I was waiting to get some more closer to $16 but do I chase this or wait for the Fed to raise interest? I've a few dollars remaining after some energy buying last month. Suggestions anyone? My concern is that they'll raise the dividend before the Fed acts. Most of my other holdings seem to be raising divs Q1. So, not really in a bad position but nagging question probably means it best to sit on hands?
I probably won't let it get under $16 but I'm also sorta lookin for oil to take another downturn. I'm already heavy in energy (financials too).so I'm being torn between these choices. Interestingly, my energy stocks have raised Q1 dividends albeit by far smaller amounts than usual but I don't mind being overweight if the price is right. My refinery's payout is well above 12% (CLMT). I added some upstream (MEMP) a while back when it oversold. It is great to leverage down when it is going to raise your yields.
Assume that should have been an SNR? LOL! I own a few shares of both also. Have been mulling possibly doubling down on SNR. I would never do that with SNH although I've had those shares forever! Seems I rarely sell anything!
Seems to be moving with the entire REIT sector based on fears Fed is planning to raise rates earlier? Not sure I understand how this might impact SNRs debt obligations or business model? Anyone have an educated guess on this issue?
What should we be estimating to be the credibility of the threat from the RGP investor's lawsuit against the buyout of RGP? Many of these types of suits go no where but curious over this one. Might it have wings? Thoughts anyone?
Agree with you on this.. Hopefully, they weren't overly hedged to point they are unable to take full advantage of the cheap oil prices!
I don't think so, Like NRZ, Bababa won't stay over 13 for long. Keeps going back under 13 owing to some perverse quirk of fate!
I recall doing some research into this space about 5 years ago and narrowing my choice for this sector down to either SNH or OHI. Upon reflection, I note that SNH has barely moved while OHI is 2X with some dividend growth as well. This apparently was not one of my better investment decisions! Then again, F, at circa $2/share was a no brainer!
I can see you are eager, however, less than a month doesn't establish a trend even though you might be correct as many have predicted for the years ahead.
Drumstick: are you a nervous Nellie or what! Get a grip on yourself! Just add on these golden opportunities! All will be well in due time! Patience, patience.