Good time to buy more. I am. Interest rates won't be higher than two and one half percent three years hence. During this time, we get a free ten percent or better push! I'm really tempted to get greedy and exercise some heloc funding! Nah, just kidding. Besides, I don't really need it. Too much in REITs already just now.
Seems he's not alone as there are nearly 10 million shares shorted! That is north of 17 percent! Lots of bag holders here, huh?
Chevron and Exxon-Mobile both reported strong numbers for their downstream segments which also could bode well for CLMT. I've no doubt they will beat the Q3 numbers.
You find something wrong with ten percent yield while showing promising growth in some challenging times? Kudos to management! Patience is a virtue with most investments. EPA is one of those disastrous government agencies that could be abolished so that all taxpayers might receive a nice "dividend" at year's end or help reduce the national debt! IMO, there will be few opportunities to load up at the current market value. What is it we do and do not understand about your comment?
Did some serious leveraging down today at $4.80. Time will tell whether this is worth the risk. Hopefully, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for MEMP! For every year they are able to maintain this dividend, there will be a 25 percent return of capital? I'm remain overweight in energy stocks despite the current depressed valuations. Now I'm hoping to exacerbate the problem! GLTA!
Advancing beyond the Portnoy Complaint a few years, aggressive acquisition built upon increasing debt load will be a growing concern for these health care REITs once the demise of the baby boomers accelerates and the bubble begins to collapse. Granted, this phenomenon is probably15-20 years down the road but many will begin to abandon ship after another 10 years.....BTW: How old are these Portnoys anyway! Lol! My age?
Good bet, b2b! I have only one tenth of your holding here but I'm happy to have leveraged down and rounded up early on when NRZ was at $5.82 (11.64?). Along with some other divvy payers, maybe I'll soon be buying a few hundred shares of some cheap energy stocks. For the foreseeable future, I'm very comfortable with my position in NRZ.
Thanks! Also an article this am noting a Benzinga upgrade to buy. Definitely appearing more bullish here. GLTA!
Two or three years, which is it? There may be risk involved here as some with knowledge of the industry point to the possibility that MEMP could cease to exist if oil remains under $70 at the end of 2017. In the meantime, enjoy what's left of the payouts! Be like some Californians praying for rain!
You could do better if you bought low thus avoiding pigs, pooh. My entry point was $5.83 after the spin off. You could reinvest some of that $15k. There are some decent plays available still in the REITs and MLPs!
Wow! Seems as though folks want to day trade REITs? I picked up a couple K at $5.82 and probably have gained 50% in dividends? I'd have to check that but why bother. I will only add that I do not wish to speculate when investing. Day to day speculators are likely losing their shirts these days even if they are experienced traders! If the divvy is safe, there are lots of folks who'd be very happy with 13 percent return, especially when the market corrects or falls into recession. Choose investments carefully and rarely sell anything is my best advice.
Chat is the most worthless, inane statement I've ever heard. How can you be so blasé where your investments are concerned?