walrat, i'm long and holding but please explain how a constantly diminishing divided matters ? Its dropping each quarter and people are loosing their shirts, (me included), expecting AGNC to turn around.
Klumps will always echo the sentiment of Alan Greenspan. When called before congress and asked how the market could have collapsed the way it did, Greenspan replied, "who knew". He was supposed to be the best of the best, and even he didn't know #$%$.
I'm with you nick. I even said so in my reply to AGNC's "happy thanksgiving" email they sent me. But, what would you have his replacement do differently ? "Ifs, coulds, shoulds, mights, and probablys won't count in your reply.
Do you even understand what a ponzi scheme is ? Its when there is no income generated other than investor income. Do any of you idiots who throw around the word "ponzi" even know that ? What a bunch of dorks.
Sorry, pick, but "democrats" were not or ever making loans to poor people. It was always right wing bankers and their wall street masters. Funny how you republicans seem to ignore facts and history.
I'll meet you on Rodeo Dr. for a light lunch. After shopping we can have dinner at Casa del Mar in St. Monica. Listen to the live music in the lobby bar.
Gary Kain's stock is now worth less than when he bought it.
2013 Members of the FOMC
Ben S. Bernanke, Board of Governors, Chairman
William C. Dudley, New York, Vice Chairman
James Bullard, St. Louis
Charles L. Evans, Chicago
Esther L. George, Kansas City
Jerome H. Powell, Board of Governors
Sarah Bloom Raskin, Board of Governors
Eric S. Rosengren, Boston
Jeremy C. Stein, Board of Governors
Daniel K. Tarullo, Board of Governors
Janet L. Yellen, Board of Governors
Eugene, I agree in part with you about "investors" and their emotions. But, investors aren't effecting book value and REIT income. That's what we should be worried about.