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ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. Message Board

  • kadenstorm kadenstorm Jan 31, 2013 2:24 PM Flag

    what's changed?

     

    Unusual strength in ARR this last week. I'm not complaining, just wondering if I missed something. Thanks-

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    • Nothing really.
      The market is getting more comfortable with the long-term value of this stock, and it will creep back near it's book value as money comes back to the market in this relative bull run, provided ARR keeps its current DIV. More money will come in if the fed announces it will cease the QE projects, which are continuing to hamstring this stock's value.

      Shorts will continue to TRY to bring down the value, but each time it cycles they are less likely to be successful, as they will find fewer people trying to sell at such low prices; i.e., the cycles WILL NOT continue indefinitely. There will of course be cycles before and after the ex-DIV dates, but these should approximate the DIV yields of the stock.

    • No, don't think you missed anything. People like to brag when it's going up and scold others who sold. However, the pendulum swings both ways. I sold today and got 2X the dividend and will be watching my favorites. Will buy something back after the shorts drive it back down. Could possibly go back into silver if it drops to a comfortable level. However I'm in no rush to buy. A few "experts" are calling for a pull back. The only thing for certain is increased taxes and medical costs. Affordable Healthcare Act .... LMAO

 
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