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ARMOUR Residential (ARR) declares a Q3 monthly dividend of $0.10/share, unchanged from Q2. The...

ARMOUR Residential (ARR) declares a Q3 monthly dividend of $0.10/share, unchanged from Q2. The mortgage REIT's annualized yield remains at 17.37%. (PR)
Comments (5)
  • Good news for me. ARR makes up a large portion of my small portfolio. Glad it is keeping the dividend the same.
    14 Jun 2012, 08:47 AM Reply Like
  • I have ARR in my trading account & the dividend really helps with the margin debt. I was a little disappointed that I couldn't get the preferred for my IRA but after two tries I gave up the chase & bgt. a new position in ARCC & added into my existing STWD which are both strong buy's as far as I'm concerned.
    14 Jun 2012, 09:17 AM Reply Like
  • I have had ARR for a little while, happy. Diversify. Also have PSEC, NLY [as of yesterday], I heard NLY was gonna raise their dividend again. Just a rumor. And CIM. CIM is the shady guy on the corner with a cheap watch to sell, but it seems the watch may be a good one, so I am keeping it. [for now]. I have run across some other REITs that are getting my attention,but with running my lil boat business, I can't find the time. If anyone knows of some REITs that lQQk warm and fuzzy, let me know please.

     

    Happy coupon clipping.
    Capt. Brian
    The Lost Navigator
    14 Jun 2012, 11:13 AM Reply Like
  • I have positions in NLY, AGNC, and CYS. For those who do not know or realize, CIM is a subsidiary of Annaly (NLY).
    5 Jul 2012, 09:09 AM Reply Like
  • Every dividend I glean out of this nasty market, is just a confirmation of the idea I have, that the REIT sector is the best place to be [for now], There will be stumbling blocks, ( like CIM ) slowing down my parade, but as long as the dividends stay above 10%, I am happy as I steer towards retirement, where income becomes paramount, and bragging rights are not as important when you have a good income outside of the markets. I am sure, the REIT market will continue to pay nicely for at least a year, but with the risk of the high payers being interest rates going up, and internal crime in the companies it is not a soft warm ride. I am totally on alert for criminals in ALL areas of investing. Sad commentary for our wonderful country, that we need and have so few policemen.

     

    Happy dividend day

     

    Capt. Brian
    The Lost Navigator
    6 Jul 2012, 08:40 AM Reply Like
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