Looks like Mitt has fallen of my radar. I had to go back and take a second look.
They had a good 3Q with a core income of .85 exceeding the .77 divy. Core income dropped 1 cent from the second quarter. They are 80/20 agency/non-agency with a CPR of 6.2 increasing sightly from 2Q 5.5%. 3Q leverage was 6.60x compared to 2Q of 6.79x. Net interest rate spread was 2.41% down only slightly from 2Q 2.55%. Drop income 3Q increased 50% from .41 to .64. Mitt even has undistributed taxable income 3Q of 1.19 up from 2Q 1.17.
Ok MITT was up 11 cents this morning but keep in mind it was the strongest in the mReit sector going into the announcement. It was already trading above the highs it reached during the peak of last quarter's dividend run in mid-September.