TWO paying about 30 cents every 3 months or 10 cents a month ... and has a steady range of pricing no big drops
CIM is paying 9 cents every 3 months or 3 cents a month but price is very low ...
I like monthly dividends but these both look a lot better than ARR... please remember to average in on these positions.
That depends on what time frame you are charting.
From the Y.T.D. comparison.....given the spike in T-Bill yields and varying strategies of the companies,the results are way different...........except that ARR is the dog of the bunch.
The 10 year might have stabilized for the time being, but my gut feeling is that it will be on the rise again; once more with the almost certainty of putting earnings and NAV of most of the Mreit's on the chopping block.
Remember, the corrupt FED speaks to move the markets in their favor, not investors.
Do a 5 year and see how NYMT has outperformed the whole bunch.....if you're talking about stability ((NAV drops)).
Regardless, expect volatility going forward and tread carefully.