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  • What Makes Chimera Investment Corp. Different From Other REITs [View article]
    something i didn't see mentioned above is the fact that CIM was spun off by NLY to get rid of their toxic assets. CIM continues to be managed by NLY even though you'll see different officers, they occupy the same address.
    Oct 16, 2013. 09:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Makes Chimera Investment Corp. Different From Other REITs [View article]
    almost a fair analysis. maybe it should have been mentioned that CIM was created by the same team that manages NLY with the sole purpose of taking the non-agency risk, just saying.
    Jul 15, 2011. 09:36 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is BP an Investment or Speculation? [View article]
    yeah and now you see the reason BP has had the highest yield among the big boys, they don't spend money on safety, and now Peter has come calling!
    May 31, 2010. 11:22 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ETF Pick of the Week: New Ireland Fund [View article]
    I'm with LarryH. Vic if you're talking long term you need to look at a monthly chart. little over 5 years ago it was trading in the $6 range! let the monthly technical indicators tell you when to get back in.
    Jul 12, 2008. 12:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will 2008 Be the Year of the Bear? [View article]
    One other very ominous technical signal not mentioned above is the fact that the 13 week exponential moving average closed below the 34 week EMA for the S&P 500 this week! There have been only a few of these signals in the history of the market that were false calls. If this signal remains intact at the close next Friday 01.11.08 the odds go way up that this is a bear market.
    Jan 6, 2008. 01:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Simon Property Group: My Kind of Dividend Growth [View article]
    technically speaking, SPG appears to be completing a descending triangle at the end of a multiyear uptrend. When this happens over 59% of the time the breakout from the triangle is to the downside. Once this happens at around $85(not adjusted for dividends), the first downside target is about $46.
    Dec 29, 2007. 10:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Look At Financial Stocks By Relative P/E, Price-to-Book and Yield [View article]
    you are correct, it is the inverse or reciprocal of the relative yield. I made the same comment on their home page. I'm sure they're busy but it would be nice if they would respond to our comments.
    Oct 11, 2007. 12:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment