Since it doesn't make sense for such a drop unless its all geopolitical which still is too much, it's a good time to pick some up if you can handle the volatility.
DiscoverCard should have jumped in with Visa and MC bowing out. They would have owned the country, but too many businesses are scared of our government. Very telling.
Should be $40 by the end of June, maybe $50 by Christmas. This pullback was over reaction to the nth degree. Hope we've seen the end of that.
Wish he would buy a controlling interest in PBPB. If the guy can get the public to spend $4+ for a cup of coffee, he can certainly get them to pony up twice the price for their current sandwich.
Gotta go with the roast beef, skinny roll, everything but mustard, no chips and a water. Trying to lose some weight for the new year.
I own this and AGNC. I would like to add more on the drop, just not sure which one is the better play going forward. Any other dual owners contemplating a buy?
What would you characterize AGNC biggest risk going forward? I've been wondering if this whole mREIT borrowing might get curtailed or regulated at the Fed, though I'm the last to recognize bubbles and government action or inaction scenarios.
I think a dividend cut is almost assured. Will AGNC recover? Probably. My fear now is a big time secondary before the next ex-div date. If others agree, maybe its worth sitting out buying any more until after the end of Q2.
I'm a short seller but not on this stock. In fact this stock would be my nightmare short. It's been played and some haven't figured that out yet. They will learn come Friday.
I'll thank you now. Just bought in at 35.20 and looking forward to the dividend in a couple of days.
I think we move higher after July 13th's earnings report where they report a loss of $5 billion in the trade and overall positive earnings for the quarter. We should close at $39 immediately afterwards.
I'll bookmark it so we can circle back to this prediction.
I learned the Fiscal cliff is letting tax cut expire and cut spending. I thought the cliff was bad, that sounds good to me.
So what do they call blowing out the deficit even more? Sound Fiscal policy?