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  • jing_sun01 jing_sun01 Oct 12, 2010 11:24 PM Flag

    Cramer's Terrible History of Bad Call on AGNC

    Here is Cramer's call history on AGNC,

    1. 11/09/2009, AGNC price $26. Divy $1.40/qtr. He gave the thumbs-down, saying the 19% divy was a red flag. Also, the Federal Reserve could threaten the company’s profits if it decides to increase interest rates.

    2. 2/12/2010, AGNC price $25.50. Divy $1.40/qtr. Cramer said: Stay away from AGNC. Cramer doesn’t think the 22% dividend yield is safe.

    3. 4/29/2010, AGNC price $28, Divy $1.40/qtr. Cramer said he doesn’t trust the company’s dividend, so investors should sell this stock.

    4. 5/17/2010, AGNC price $25.85 Divy $1.40/qtr. Cramer believes the dividend is “too high” for this real estate investment trust. He thinks their recent dip is a “red flag.”

    5. 6/2/2010, AGNC price $26.79, Divy $1.40. Cramer said Annaly Capital Management is a better play, Cramer said.

    6. 6/8/2010 Cramer said Go with Annaly Capital instead.

    7. 7/13/2010 AGNC price $27.90 Divy $1.40. Cramer said “I think that dividend is a red flag,” Cramer said. “I don’t want to touch it.” Sell AGNC.

    8. Todaym same thing - high divy Red Flag, like NLY, sell AGNC

    So, if any one looked at this string of calls, he or she will definitely make a conclusion that Cramer knows nothing about AGNC. Also, how can he likes NLY but not AGNC when he is worried about Fed raising rates? Are the two in the same business? What a moron he is!

    Now that Cramer has called sell again, it is absolutely the best time to buy! He is such an accurate countrarian index!

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