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  • Buy the (big) dip in the mREITs, say both KBW and RBC Capital. "We think the bond market has over-reacted and mREITs have over-reacted to that over-reaction," says KBW (presumably Bose George). Stocks to buy if the Fed cuts back earlier-than-expected: CMO, HTS, MFA, ANH, DX. Stocks if the Fed continues with the status quo: AGNC, NLY, WMC. RBC favors NLY, MFA, and HTS, but warns AGNC's higher leverage magnifies losses as well as gains. The sector (MORT +1.1%) is continuing with yesterday afternoon's bounce. [View news story]
    They need an iShares Cramer inverse etf.. I know I would buy it
    May 30, 2013. 01:47 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tim Cook (AAPL) testifies at a Senate hearing on corporate offshore taxes. "We don't depend on tax gimmicks," Cook asserts, while pushing for a big overhaul of U.S. corporate tax code. "Apple has always believed in the simple, not the complex." Sen. John McCain isn't satisfied with Apple's defenses, claiming the company "has violated the spirit of the law if not the letter of the law." Sen. Rand Paul has strongly defended Apple. "Congress should be on trial here for creating a byzantine tax code." (previous[View news story]
    Tim Cook owned that hearing
    May 21, 2013. 04:14 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • David Einhorn likes Apple's (AAPL) feisty share buyback : "We applaud Apple's decision to borrow money and return excess capital to shareholders, an idea that was off the table only months ago. This positive development represents a more shareholder friendly capital allocation policy and demonstrates the conviction of Apple's management and board in the Company's future." [View news story]
    I hope that was sarcasm?
    Apr 24, 2013. 01:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • David Einhorn likes Apple's (AAPL) feisty share buyback : "We applaud Apple's decision to borrow money and return excess capital to shareholders, an idea that was off the table only months ago. This positive development represents a more shareholder friendly capital allocation policy and demonstrates the conviction of Apple's management and board in the Company's future." [View news story]
    Borrowing at 2.5-3% as oppossed to repatriating off-shore cash at 35% makes sense to me, no?
    Apr 24, 2013. 01:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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