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The iShares FTSE NAREIT Residential Plus Capped Index Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the FTSE NAREIT All Residential Capped Index.
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Friday, Jan 3110:26 AM
Friday, Jan 3110:26 AM| 5 Comments
- Working today - and for the whole month of January - as the broader market sells off are the REITs. The sector - both the equity REITs and mREITs - had been punished in 2013 as rates moved higher starting last May, but another four basis point decline this morning brings the 10-year Treasury yield down to 2.66% after starting the year at about 3%.
- At least for the mREITs, nearly all put in what may turn out to be major bottoms late in 2013 amid jitters over year-end tax-loss selling and the commencement of the taper - sell the rumor, buy the news ... indeed.
- Mortgage REITs: Annaly (NLY +1.1%) +7.4% YTD, American Capital (AGNC +1.3%) +9.1%, Invesco (IVR +0.5%) +6.7%, Anworth (ANH +0.6%) +10.9%, Apollo Residential (AMTG +0.7%) +9.1%, AG Mortgage Investment (MITT +0.6%) +5.6%.
- ETFs: REM, MORT, MORL
- Equity players: Realty Income (O +0.5%) +9.6% YTD, National Retail (NNN +0.7%) +9.8%, AvalonBay (AVB +0.8%) +4.1%, Public Storage (PSA +0.6%) +4.9%, Boston Properties (BXP +0.2%) +7.8%, Liberty Trust (LRY +1%) +7.9%.
- Related ETFs: IYR, VNQ, REM, DRN, REZ, URE, SRS, RWR, ICF, SCHH, DRV, ROOF, KBWY, RTL, REK, FRI, FTY, PSR, FNIO, WREI
Friday, Jan 102:44 PM
Friday, Jan 102:44 PM| 3 Comments
- The broad averages are struggling following the jobs number, but the big decline in interest rates (the 10-year Treasury is now off 10 bps to 2.87%) has the equity REIT sector lit up bright green.
- Ventas (VTR +4.4%) is having the biggest day, continuing to cruise through a couple of early-year downgrades (latest was Barclays on Wednesday). Among those also higher: National Retail Properties (NNN +3.1%), Realty Income (O +1.6%), Health Care REIT (HCN +2.5%), HCP (HCP +3.8%), RAIT Finanical (RAS +1.4%), Apartment Investment (AIV +2.9%), General Growth (GGP +1.6%), Inland Real Estate (IRC +1.5%), Government Properties (GOV +1.6%), American Campus (ACC +1.7%).
- Relevant ETFs: IYR, VNQ, REM, DRN, REZ, URE, SRS, RWR, ICF, SCHH, DRV, ROOF, KBWY, RTL, REK, FRI, FTY, PSR, FNIO, WREI
Monday, Jul 222013, 2:58 PMHomebuilders (ITB -1.4%) tumble across the board after existing June home sales slipped a seasonally adjusted 1.2%. Rising mortgage rates were supposed to boost short-term demand as potential buyers aimed to lock in mortgages before rates went even higher, but the June report showed no sign of it. KBH -2.6%, RYL -2.5%, MTH -2.5%, DHI -2.2%, MDC -2.2%, HOV -2%, LEN -2%, PHM -1.6%, TOL -1.4%. |Monday, Jul 222013, 2:58 PM| 3 Comments
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Thursday, Apr 252013, 3:24 PMThe Homebuilder ETF (XHB +1.2%) gains after PulteGroup (PHM +5.5%) reported Q1 closings up 23%, with the average selling price up 10%. Meritage Homes (MTH +1.1%) yesterday reported a 17% increase in prices, while Ryland Group (RYL +6.7%) last night said its average price rose 8.2%. "Housing demand is greater than the supply of homes available for sale in many of the areas where we operate," says Meritage CEO Steven Hilton. |Thursday, Apr 252013, 3:24 PM| Comment!
Friday, Mar 222013, 1:05 PMThe mREITs are back in favor after the Fed's QE∞ hit interest margins in Q4. A widening yield curve helps, but managements weren't powerless either. Share buybacks below book and altered business plans - Annaly's purchase of CreXus for one, others upping exposure to non-agency RMBS another - are sitting well with investors. Up 2.1% today, NLY is trading above book for the first time in a long time. |Friday, Mar 222013, 1:05 PM| 2 Comments
Thursday, Feb 72013, 10:54 AMCYS Investments (CYS -4.1%) leads the mortgage REIT sector lower after last night's earnings. "The opportunities ... are quite a bit narrower," says CEO Kevin Grant on the earnings call (transcript), with the net interest spread of 108 bps "a pretty good indicator" of such. On a hopeful note, he thinks D.C. may be turning its focus to the non-agency market, which would take some pressure off agency players such as CYS. |Thursday, Feb 72013, 10:54 AM| 1 Comment
Thursday, Jan 172013, 9:25 AMA check on the homebuilder ETFs finds both XHB and ITB about 1% higher premarket following the big housing starts number. It's no news multi-family starts were of particular strength (longer-term chart), and Lennar (LEN) got on board this week, announcing its entry into that segment of the business. |Thursday, Jan 172013, 9:25 AM| Comment!
Wednesday, Nov 72012, 9:40 AMIt's a jittery mortgage REIT sector as last night's election assures the Fed will continue to strangle the leveraged operators' net interest margins. Annaly (NLY -2.8%) - the purest of the pure-play agency REITs - still reeling from Monday's poor earnings, leads to the downside. AGNC -2%, TWO -2.3%, HTS -2.1%. |Wednesday, Nov 72012, 9:40 AM| 27 Comments
Tuesday, Nov 62012, 2:44 PM"The active involvement of policymakers in the mortgage market ... has introduced unique challenges for all investors," says Annaly (NLY -3.7%) CEO Wellington Denehan-Norris on the earnings call (transcript), not hiding her frustration with all the meddling. Credit Suisse cuts its price target on NLY to $16 from $17. (earlier) |Tuesday, Nov 62012, 2:44 PM| 1 Comment
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Wednesday, Oct 172012, 8:57 AMAnnaly (NLY) is upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Compass Point following last night's buyback announcement, "a smart reallocation of capital ... (and) a floor for the share price." Noting likely high prepayment rates, Compass Point says the Fed's continued bid for MBS should keep book values - for Annaly and the rest of the sector - strong. Shares +2.2% premarket. |Wednesday, Oct 172012, 8:57 AM| 11 Comments
Wednesday, Oct 102012, 9:46 AMMortgage REITs continue to slide - NLY -1%, AGNC -2%, HTS -2.3%, to name 3 - the sector revaluing itself for what must surely be significant dividend cuts. The Fed's MBS purchases - likely to help book values and dividend maintenance in the short run - are vaporizing net interest margins. Absent a big jump in leverage, returns must fall. |Wednesday, Oct 102012, 9:46 AM| 58 Comments
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richpga:: will sec change debt to equity ratios for reits Richpga@aol.com