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Newcastle Investment Corp. Message Board

  • bobdbeck bobdbeck Mar 27, 2013 11:44 AM Flag

    UBS statement:

    Newcastle Investment Corp. UBS has stated that Newcastle Investment weakness is a result of concerns about higher prepayments and the impact on the MSR portfolio and the newly spun New Residential. The analyst views Newcastle’s MSR portfolio as being in the position for potential prepayments, and it believes that shares can outperform. The firm gives the shares a Buy rating and a $14 price target

    Confusing statement from them as they contradict themselves here.

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    • It's not a contradiction. Bulls want nothing but good words and bears want nothing but bad mouthing. Are you not sophisticated enough to deal with a balanced comment and draw your own conclusions?

      He cites the reason for the weakness as "concerns," a rather soft term. There is nothing soft or ambiguous about the UBS $14 target.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • I am going to work for UBS so that I no longer have to think for myself. If you don't know the cause of a market action, just make up some mealy mouthed crip you heard once. The truth is...

      The investment that Newcastle has in Cyprus is enough to make the supreme court jump off the fiscal cliff of gay marriage.

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