Buy Cherry Hill Preferred And Sell Armour Preferred, And Other Swapportunities


  • Cherry Hill Mortgage and Armour Residential are both residential mortgage REITs that invest in agency residential mortgages.
  • Despite Cherry Hill having a better track record and a less leveraged balance sheet, Cherry Hill Preferred “A” yields 9.80% while Armour Residential Preferred “C” yields only 8.67%.
  • In this article we present opportunities to swap from one similar preferred stock or bond into another in order to increase your yield and/or reduce your risk.
  • We will also be briefly covering swaps out of ticker symbols OPINL, HT preferred stocks, and RILYL into the OPI 2025 bond, PEB.PG, and a RILY baby bond.
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