Ok Nti is down. I get that. The question is whether at this price it's a good buy. Given the latest distribution which is the minimum it will probably pay in future quarters this stock has a yield of 12% at worst. Sounds pretty good to me. Ignore the noise and buy if it goes lower.
I bought 500 shares early in the morning. I was thinking about to buy 1,000 shares. Near term, until the public offerings are compete the NTI price is unlikely to move above $23. In a month or two so it can recover. With estimated $1.03 distribution for the next quarter it is a great income play. Down the road the retail outlets have to be separated. When that happens share holders will get benefits.