Annaly (NLY -1.8%) suffers another tough day, seemingly punished for its deliberately...


Annaly (NLY -1.8%) suffers another tough day, seemingly punished for its deliberately conservative leverage stance amidst a flattening yield curve that is sure to hit the dividend. In this lies opportunity, writes John Gerard Lewis, as investors should take comfort the company is being managed for the long-term.
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  • Starbuxinvestor
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    Could this be related to AGNC issuing shares?
    8 Mar 2012, 03:30 PM Reply Like
  • raw18
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    Thank you for affirming my faith in NLY. I am retired, living on dividends, and would still be happy with NLY even if the dividend is marginally decreased. Rita Witt
    8 Mar 2012, 03:42 PM Reply Like
  • berourke
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    I started buying Annaly almost 3 years ago when it yielded close to 17%! The company seems well run and their investment strategy seems to make sense. That whole time i've heard that "the stock is going to go down, get out." Well it has gone "down" - it only yields 14% now, of course i've collected 30% +/- in dividends

     

    Every time it goes down I buy more
    14 Mar 2012, 05:05 PM Reply Like
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