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ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. Message Board

  • chipin8511 chipin8511 Nov 14, 2012 1:58 PM Flag

    This is the Obama effect nothing more

    #$%$ hedgefunds

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • cloudhermit@att.net cloudhermit Nov 14, 2012 4:33 PM Flag

      Sorry, you got that wrong; Bush + Cheney , the fascists are responsible for 60 % of the budget deficit; Obama responsible for 14 %, according to Center for Tax and Budget Policy .

    • i agree with dividends getting ready to be taxed as ordinary income . the fed driving down rates killing proifits on reits and mortgage tax deductions on the agenda , obama is going to kill incentive to buy homes , killl housing market and put us right back in resession . once he kills the middle cl#$%$ who is going to pay for welfare when im whiped out . to hell with obama and his terrorist #$%$ killing this country with socialism. reminds me of the tv show homeland .

      Sentiment: Buy

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      • You people are too funny. Thanks for the laughs. Killing the housing market was the kicker hahahaha. Housing is hotter than sexy girls right now. Good luck finding anything here in SDiego at comparable prices to last year. We are up at least 20% and inventory is down well over 50%. Reason? Low interest rates made housing affordable and this time people are sticking since prices were low and interest was favorable. Those who refi'ed are also in for the long haul. If you live in a bad real estate state, you better go look in the mirror and ask why no one want to live near you and ask again, why everyone seems to buy in specific states consistently. The only thing killing us in Cali right now is what Bush and Enron did to us (deregulation of energy) and gas prices (owned by republicans mostly). Those two account for almost all the trouble we are having along with the fact that we export more money than any other state and get less back from the feds. If we stopped the output of money and/or received a fair share back (no more welfare states taking our money) we would actually not be in any trouble at all on the state level.

        As for mREITs. It looks like end of year fund adjustments and really its just losers thumping their feet in the ground like babies. After the year is up, no matter what happens to taxes, all these mreits will be back to book value like normal.

      • Correct. And a strong reflection of your description is the recent surge in gun sales. People fear roving bands of thugs taking anything they want. We haven't seen anything yet. Want and see what happens when people are cold and hungry. They turn into animals.

      • nickspinner@sbcglobal.net nickspinner Nov 14, 2012 2:33 PM Flag

        I agree utterly and completely.

 
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