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  • xraythrives xraythrives Aug 16, 2013 1:52 PM Flag

    Is anyone planning entry/ re-entry based on any bond yield target? Like me

    TIA for any serious articulate replies.

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    • No. I'm accumulating.
      Google: "Understanding The Three Rs: REITs, The Real Estate Recovery And Rising Interest Rates"
      recent Forbes article
      So, the Fed announced QE taper, IVR will still pay a healthy divi. It is at a low now ... sure it can go lower, and I expect will, but you cannot time the bottom. And, how exactly will an increase in long-term U.S. bond interest rates (not short-term, as the federal funds rate won't change for awhile) hurt IVR's profitability?
      If you are a day-trader, then stay away from IVR as it is still volatile and may drop more. If you are going to hold it at least until the next divi, then buy.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • I am not a trader, but a long term accumulator. I have been accumulating all the way down from $19. Next planned buy is 500 shares at ~$14.50. I do believe the stock could see a low of $13 before next summer. I want to hold several REIT equities for the long haul.


    • I am considering adding to a loser at the 3% 10 year level and or on a spike up in yietd just in front of the Sept Fed meeting. I am hoping we get to the 3% level before IVR announces its dividend, which I don't expect will be cut much.

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