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  • solen.meek solen.meek Dec 13, 2012 4:30 PM Flag

    NLY - It got boring on the REM forums.

    I'm curious has anyone on these forums disregarded the news and politics entirely and just held onto NLY since inception? If so, how do you feel about it today?

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    • I have stock since the inceotion. However I must say that over the years I have sold and bought many times, I am heavily in now and will stay in, Times will change and when new (sort of) management has turned the ship around we will see higher prices again. NLY, with management having tons of stock, they will not shoot themselves.

    • I made this post on Oct 4 when the stock price was 16.64. I was trying to warn the board of NLY challenges. Others on this board were able to see this too yet chose not to say anything.

      http://finance.yahoo.com/mbview/threadview/?&bn=2adfd952-d109-378f-b109-01931aa1675b&tid=1349387311723-2ab5f94a-349c-4535-b541-1ff2533a94a3&mid=

      • 1 Reply to bovisutor
      • Well I bought into a position in REM which has roughly a 20% allocation to NLY at 14.41/s.

        I'm looking for income going into 2013. I was also looking to avoid hard hit dividend areas outside of mREITs because mREITs will not get hit as much if at all by the tax increases from the fiscal cliff compared to normal dividends.

        Currently REM is sitting at 14.08 and I've been holding since early November. My entry into REM could have been timed worse. But I'm sitting at 15% gains for the year on my entire portfolio thanks to the Junk Bond Market and a few well timed trades during the summer.

        I need something long term though. 2+ years.

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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