YBF, you're expecting a $2 drop following the SPO announcement? From my brief look back at the past 4 drops, the average seems to be around $1. Would this be a day-after price, or do you think there'll be a gradual downslope after the initial drop?
Or is he assuming you do your due diligence and not blindly buy the stock? If anyone reads an article and just goes and blindly buys a stock recommended in the article, I guess it's safe to say they get what they get.
Up front he says "the far left" wants to leave the Euro. Then he says the same people want to stay in the Euro.
Late in the interview he mentions the banks all keeping their short-term rates low, and how this benefits high-yield tickers, and singles out AGNC.
But really, he waves his hands over just about every other sentence. He makes great leaps with implications far beyond the evidence he's presenting. It's not at all surprising that he utterly failed to mention how AGNC earns those yields or that a SPO is impending. But is that sloppiness, or is he pumping for the div with full knowledge that ex-div is 8 days away and a SPO is almost certain to follow within 24 hours?
His whole act is fishy. And I don't like his certainty about the results of either outcome of Sunday's elections.