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March 06, 2013 – Comments (12) | RELATED TICKERS: CIM

Good evening, and welcome to yet another edition of The FoxForceJournal.

Our featured stock is Chimera Investment (ticker CIM), picked by my favourite and yours- TMFUltralong, with a start price of $2.28.

(from the website)

A message from our President and CEO:

The operating principle behind our company is to capitalize on the experience our Manager has in the mortgage and finance markets to evaluate and purchase assets we believe will allow us to deliver returns to our shareholders. This is accomplished through extensive due diligence, smart asset selection, patience and adjusting our strategy to changing market conditions.

Our cost structure is kept low by utilizing employees and infrastructure of our Manager and by paying an incentive fee to our manager only after a specific threshold is met. In our conference calls, public releases and commentaries on our website, we convey what we think, not what is popular. I believe this is an important component of our strategy and one that our investors appreciate.

I believe we have to earn the trust of our investors, never taking their trust for granted. As Chimera's senior manager, I am responsible for all of the company's activities. To that end, please review the attached charters and guidelines. They govern our company, our Board, our Board committees, our employees and our Manager to help keep Chimera accountable to its shareholders.


Matthew Lambiase

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director

If UL had bought $1,000 at $2.28 thats 439 shares worth aproximately $1,361 now.

Scruffys 40,000 shares bought for  $91,200, are worth $124,000


One has to wonder about the hang up in delivering the 2011 10-K. If they don't get it done by March 15th the stock is headed to the pinks. Also management seems quite intrabred, (geez all they're missing is their cousin Vinny).No new divi either, I suppose that if it goes that far Annaly would just absorb them.-


 It was announced this week that Estavayer-le-Lac will host the Alpine Games Festival (or SchwingFest) in 2016. Included in the sports are stone throwing, traditional Swiss martial arts called schwinger, and a strange game called hornussen. One of the prizes you can win at this festival is a young bull.

Over the past year, the citizens of New Zealand have been pushing to make sheep shearing an Olympic sport. While they may not succeed in doing that, they do have their own championship called the Golden Shears. The 2012 World Sheep Shearing Competition will continue throughout this week and has a grand prize of $2,500.

Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas is sadden by his team's recent loss to the New York Rangers. When speaking to the Wall Street Journal about the contributing factors to the poor performance at Madison Square Gardens, Thomas blamed all of the lighting and glare.

He is quoted as saying, "Everything was a screen or a weird, goofy bounce or what have you ... There may have been a few thrown in there, don't get me wrong, but it wasn't a normal game for a goaltender."

(all stories taken from Yahoo)

WHOOOHOOOOOOO! Hawks beat  the Avalance 3-2 to extend the unbeaten streak to 24 games:)

Thank you all for reading the latest edition of The FoxForceJournal.

12 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 06, 2013 at 11:35 PM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:

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#2) On March 07, 2013 at 12:24 AM, awallejr (56.54) wrote:

I am a baseball Cardinals fan so I am waiting for "next year."  We were so close in beating the Giants but the lack of lefty picthing hurt.  As an aside if any cares why  I am a Cardinals fan as a New Yorker, here's the story.

In 1964 I was in the 4th grade (there I divulged my age) and was walking to school.  A bunch of 6th graders stopped me and asked me who did I want to win the world series, the Yankees or the Cardinals and pick wrong and they would beat the crap out of me.  I had no clue what they were talking about but since I liked birds I said "Cardinals?"  They said good man and let me go.  I then watched Bob Gibson beat the Yankees and remained a fan ever since.

The moment they asked me that question I was destined to be a Cardinals fan since had I said Yankees I would have had the crap beat out of me.

For those New Yorkers that listen to WFAN they would know that "Al from White Plains" is also a Cardinals fan.  We know each other well through business, but I do have him beat by one year heheh.

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#3) On March 07, 2013 at 1:27 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:

The Midweek update-

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#4) On March 07, 2013 at 2:28 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:

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#5) On March 07, 2013 at 2:42 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:


Cardinals Suck-;)

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#6) On March 07, 2013 at 12:27 PM, awallejr (56.54) wrote:

Well as a New Yorker the Cardinal/Cub rivalry never phased me. It would just be out right cruel for me to even try to make fun of a Cub fan;p

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#7) On March 07, 2013 at 5:23 PM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:

Those Cardinal teams  of the eighties used to drive me nuts, seemed like Vince Coleman was always on base causing havoc. (they also had another speedster at tho top of the lineup, but I can't remember his name)

Also seemed like Jack Clark would hit the majority of his homers against my Cubbies.

Guess I just divulged my age as I was in high school then and spent much of my summers sitting in the bleachers.


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#8) On March 07, 2013 at 6:25 PM, awallejr (56.54) wrote:

Oh I can tell you a funny story about Clark and Tudor.  In 1985 the Mets and Cardinals were basically neck and neck for the division with 6 games left to go all between them. A friend of mine was a TA cop on subway duty during the 1st game of the 3 game series at Shea. 

He noticed 2 guys jumping the turnstyle and grabbed them.  It turned out to be Jack Clark and John Tudor.  He was honest and said he felt like such a little kid and pretty much let them go.  He, however, was a Met fan and that night Tudor won 1-0.  Of course it was pointed out that all he had to do was just process them at the station house and the Mets might have won the game and possibly the division lol.

The other speester was Tommy Herr.

I actually do hope the Cubs pull it out at least once during your lifetime ;)

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#9) On March 08, 2013 at 12:24 AM, Starfirenv (< 20) wrote:

Meh- Go Giants.  William Nuschler Clark, Jr.  I remember "Will the Thrill" going deep on his first AB in the "Bigs" (as a Giant) facing Nolan Ryan. Also, in his first Home game at the 'Stick.

"favourite"?  What are you, Canuk, Belizean, Brit?

"I actually do hope the Cubs pull it out at least once during your lifetime ;)". 
Why?  Because it's been 105 yrs? (I need a calculator)  Don't hold your breath John.  And I agree, it is cruel to make fun of Cubbie fans, but hey... 

Best from the Silver State.



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#10) On March 08, 2013 at 12:48 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:

Sup Mark,

You know "favourite" spelled backwords is "etitruorvaf"

Seriously, Will Clarks middle name is Nuschler...?

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#11) On March 08, 2013 at 1:15 AM, Starfirenv (< 20) wrote:

It's all good man. A foot of fresh, tore it up today.  I'd post a Tahoe pic if I could remember how.

Yup on the Nuschler, Jr. Yea, talkin' backwards (tho you might want to re-work that). Never seen that- or him before. How do you find this stuff?

You good?


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#12) On March 08, 2013 at 2:04 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (77.88) wrote:

Steve Goodman used to hang out at Wrigley all the time. I probably past by him many times.

I love the dying Cubs fans last request.

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