Blackstone Mortgage: I Am Getting A 10.9% Yield On My Last Buy

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  • Blackstone Mortgage Trust’s stock is now selling for a 16% discount to book value.
  • There is no evidence that suggests the commercial mortgage market is consolidating.
  • Dividend is covered by distributable earnings.

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I'm doubling down on Blackstone Mortgage Trust Inc. (NYSE:BXMT), a 10.9% yielding mortgage real estate investment trust whose selloff makes no sense to me.

The trust pays a substantial dividend that is fully covered by distributable earnings, and the

Market Focus

Market Focus (Blackstone Mortgage Trust)

Dividend And Pay-Out Ratio

Dividend And Pay-Out Ratio (Author Created Table Using Trust Information)

Earnings Sensitivity To Rising Rates

Earnings Sensitivity To Rising Rates (Blackstone Mortgage Trust)

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