I'm going to speculate that AGNC has become a safe haven for those fleeing high market volatility and when volatility goes down again they feel confident to buy back in and sell AGNC to get some dry powder. This may not be exactly what is happening but what ever is happening it is having the same effect as if this was what was happening so it doesn't matter. The point is that whenever the over all market volatility increases you can go long AGNC and short it when volatility decreases and make some money in the process. I'm not sure if it is worth the trouble though. I suspect that one can find easier ways to make money given this same awareness of market conditions.
Says the guy with all of ONE POST.
Is that you again, you dirty troll?
Ladies and gents,
This site has been hijacked for some time now by a bitter and immature cretin who was rebuffed for his continual and unwelcomed political posts.
Consequently, because he was rebuffed, he seemingly felt it necessary to effectively destroy the sharing banter of the collective intellectuals inhabiting this site.
Anyone with any trading ideas have since vacated this board due to the horrible stench left by this idiot.
This ugly creature has created at least two dozen screen names,
mocking others with them,
then agreeing with these posts himself with alternate screen names.
The only way to rid this board of "the scourge" is to report each and every post he posts,
from each and every screen name he creates,
as the abuse of the service provided so that Yahoo sees that these posts all originate from the same computer.
This is harassment in every aspect and definition of the word,
therefore should, and must be, squelched.
Just as one would not let one's child act up in polite company,
such bad behavior should not be tolerated by or towards both friends, nor foes.
Let's get back to the business of trying to squeeze a few bucks from the market through the shared collective,
a collective with diverse: political views, intellectual capacity, age disparity, racial difference, or social standing.