If you don't know how dividends work, you should probably do more research before you do any investing. However, I will answer your question. No it wont. The $.55 was taken out on the ex-dividend date.
It seems to be the way with MREITs that they take about a month from the divi declaration until its credited to your account. AGNC is the same way and probably others but AGNC and TWO are the only two I can attest to.
That 55 cent adjustment already happened on x-dividend day. As someone else suggested, you might want to Google a few basic terms: x-dividend day, record date, and payment date.
Some of us have been doing this for many, many years. We all started out asking the same question: Why did the pps drop by the dividend amount on this-or-that day?
As I think this is a valid place for questions and I agree with the other poster about doing research on your own before investing, the stock price already took the $.55cent dividend, It happens on the ex-dividend date. This is the date that you must own before to have gotten the dividend. Thats why if you look at the day before and the day of there is a big difference in stock price.
No we will not because if you are that ignorant of how the process works, you should get more actual education before you invest actual money, and asking questions on a message board is NOT the way to learn. Try looking up basic financial websites, libraries, local mentors or community colleges. If someone did confirm it, unless they are an officer of the company, why would you risk your money on an anoymous Internet based rumor? Take my harsh advice to heart, you will thank me for it later.