Exactly my point. You're not playing any dividend run of MORL itself, just the divy runs of its holdings; AGNC NLY and so on. Since it is a REIT ETN and we are in the prime 1 month before ex date (for each roughly) it should go up about twice as much, in percentage, as its holdings. This could be upwards of a 10% swing. This is the first quarter, since its inception, in which it coincides with the broader REIT markets ex date so it will be interesting to see whether this is true or not.