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BrightSpire Capital, Inc. (BRSP)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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8.46+0.08 (+0.95%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
8.30 -0.16 (-1.89%)
After hours: 04:14PM EDT
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  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    BrightSpire Capital is down 4.98% to 8.02
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    BrightSpire Capital reached a 52 Week low at 8.08
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    Curtis
    Why the big move up lately? Don't see any news.
  • E
    Equalizer
    In a rising rate environment,.... maybe just hold stronger balance sheets in an NLY, CIM or NRZ

    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/NLY/key-statistics?p=NLY
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    BrightSpire Capital reached a 52 Week low at 8.18
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    BrightSpire Capital reached a 52 Week low at 7.88
  • R
    Robert
    BRSP is a steal down at this price.
    Bullish
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    Fredericka
    I owned NorthStar REIT 1: based on the number of shares I owned on 1/31/18 and the conversion factor into CLNC the conversion price for CLNC was 28.10 So a opening price of 20.40 was a massive loss.
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    Jon
    Also did any of you meet with northstar or colony representatives prior to the IPO ? In my case I attended a meeting with a representative from Northstar. At that meeting many representations were made none of which were kept. I’d like to hear from other investors interested in a lawsuit.
  • R
    Robert
    BRSP upgraded to Strong Buy... Target 12.50.. Big win in court on the San Jose Hotel...
    Bullish
  • C
    Curtis
    Where to sign up for the lawsuits?
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    Jeff
    I’ve taken a good hit on both this and CLNY. I’ll hold for awhile longer as it appears that they have settled on a direction that has growth potential. However they have been transitioning in a few different directions over recent years without much success which makes me wonder if they’re going to mismanage their newest plan.
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    Ashley
    And your opinion of this $25 issue, that closes at 20.5 the first day it trades, and 19.5 the day after? How did you discover this?
  • R
    Robert
    21.00 NAV and investors are selling here?? I will continue to buy value and collect on the large dividend. The bottom is near and maybe CLNC will start buying back their company stock now.
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    george
    They basically took 80% of my didvidend payments they made to me the past 4 years in one day. It was all planned thata way. just a way for them to basically get free money to make their investments
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    Roger
    The answer to when CLNC will start going up is very simple. When they hitting their earnings estimates people will start to buy the stock. That alone will push the stock price up. They have missed their earnings estimates for five quarters in a row. The NAV won't help the price of CLNC go up. When people start buying it will go up.
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    Jeff
    Not a great earnings call but not a bad one either.
    Lots of progress and improvement over the last two quarters, the portfolio is stabilized but not out of intensive care.
    There is 689M in liquidity but they are being cautious about committing too much of it, they want to have a reserve on hand should any problems arise.
    They have been able to originate new loans since September and have a moderate pipeline.
    New loans have been smaller safer loans focused on multifamily and office.
    The L.A. Mixed Use and Ireland projects are the biggest thorns in their sides at the moment. Both are development projects delayed by Covid.
    They said it’s possible to originate one to one and a half billion in new loans this year should everything go right. It mostly hinges on their current loans preforming. The L.A. Mixed Use development is near the finish line and could give them a good boost but the Covid situation make the timeline unpredictable.
    Dividends paid during the first half of last year met the minimum requirement in relation to their taxable income for the year.
    The ten-cent dividend declared today reflects a starting point that they are comfortable they can maintain and build on. At this point subsequent dividends will be evaluated on a quarterly basis and adjusted as required. They are starting at the low end and will raise the payout as the portfolio and balance sheet improves.
    All in all, the presentation came across as sincere and factual. If the economy does well this year they should also.
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    Robert
    Pay day tomorrow. :) I look forward to the earnings and a possible Dividend increase..
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    TOM
    Although the generous dividend at one time made up for the stock loss, it has been very painful hanging on. I have been bleeding off shares and putting the money in other stocks and sectors that would give me positive returns. In a prosperous time for stocks, the laggards are utilities and reits. The commercial real estate market is suffering overall and it will take a long time to recover. I am usually a 1/2 glass full on my glass of water. This glass of water is evaporating!
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    Robert
    The former asset management company is trying to sell 1/3 of their holdings. BRSP will be reporting that sale hopefully tomorrow. It will be nice to get some new companies to invest.
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