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Armour Residential (ARR): Q3 core income of $71.4M. Book value/share of $7.77. Net interest...

Armour Residential (ARR): Q3 core income of $71.4M. Book value/share of $7.77. Net interest spread of 1.82%. Shares +0.4% AH. (PR)

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  • Hampton108
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    ...makes it about an $8.00 stock with a nice dividend yield...
    1 Nov 2012, 05:04 PM Reply Like
  • jrbuettner
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    I am loving ARR right now, can't wait for tomorrows session, so many calls, so little time till the next divi.
    1 Nov 2012, 10:09 PM Reply Like
  • AlbyVA
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    ARR and AGNC are my money machines.. w00t
    2 Nov 2012, 12:38 AM Reply Like
  • patsneed
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    I am 77 years old and have been investing for a LONG time. Always involved with an investment class. Have had ARR for a couple months and it hasn't done much, but will keep holding cause I like the basics.
    2 Nov 2012, 02:23 AM Reply Like
  • AlbyVA
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    ARR is paying you 15% a year to hold the stock. I think that saying the stock hasn't done much is missing the big picture.

     

    If you invested $1000 on Jan 3rd 2012 in ARR, you would have 140 shares. Between then and now, that 140/shares would have paid you $128.80. With the stock today at $7.16/sh, if you sold everything and went into cash, you'd have $1131.20, or a 13.12% profit for the year. I wouldn't call that nothing.
    2 Nov 2012, 10:33 AM Reply Like
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