Chimera Investment Corporation (CIM) is the last on our list, yet it should not be taken as the least important. A real estate investment trust (REIT) the company manages investments in an array of real state mortgages, securities and other assets classes. The company’s gross margin of 100% shows that the company is almost minting money. It has a gross dividend yield of around 17%, and who would want to miss this hefty yield especially in an environment where 10 year treasury is yielding less than 3%. A price/earnings ratio of 5.37 is not too bad as compared to Annaly Capital Management’s (NLY) at 6.65 and MFA Financial’s (MFA) at 7.84. Similarly, price/earnings to growth ratio of 0.37 speaks for itself. The company’s potential is being undervalued and it is time for the smart investors to make smart choices.