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The return of the REITs
Dividend, P/E, bought MBS's low.
As long as interest rates are "zero" ... wish I could get a long term mortgage.
I don't believe that high a dividend yield can be sustained. I may be wrong and I hope I am; but I don't see how.
IVR will out perform; baby boomers searching for actual dividends not annula dividends with high yields IVR is one; so is AGNC.
Company is in with the right company right now. Div will stay high as the fed stays low. Be ready to get out well before the end of low interest rates, or be ready to give all those fat dividend checks back.
A blind man can see why.
When you go to the well and there's not enough water for you and your horse then you should probably avoid that well n the future. Hoping someone hydrofracked it between visits or put a longer rope on the bucket since your last visit can leave you dry. I'm back after Invesco Mortgage Captital anyway after booking my negative points from steep three month selloff after investors determined that the risk reward in the hybrid REIT's was a bit more than they wanted to chase, even with a 20% dividend. Buyers are coming back and if I'd been paying attention I would have closed my loser when it hit $13 and then made this play. It's hard to close a pick here on CAPS when it's in the red. Ego, admitting you were wrong, and the all important accuracy hit in the game itself tends to guide you into holding. A successful play on dividends on CAPS however, requires a little more luck and anaylsis than one might think. The "dividend play" has to hold it's share price better in a down market than other equities, it has to have some appreciation, though not S&P market beating in an up market, and the dividend reinvestment has to make up the difference to work you into the green over 3-4 quarters of patient dividend reinvestment. Invesco has a chance of being one of those, but fear is not gone on hybrid REIT's. They could be dominos waiting for a catalyst to fall hard. The spread of interst rates could change, borrowers could default, the governement could stop backing the FHA portions, etc.I think Invesco has a chance of being a long term winner on CAPS, but it isn't the best play if you're looking for an REIT for Real Life stable dividends. I broke in at $15 but we could go lower again. I'm looking to book the December dividend and see how the S&P and the REIT fears are progressing. If I can get a few quarters of dividend reinvestment in....if Invesco can hold their dividend near this level....if the sky doesn't fall...if...if...if....then I'll be able to hold this one for a long term caps play....pretty iffy and that rope could still be too short to get any water out of the well......
Buffet size Dividend. I hope it lasts.
Cause TSIF said so....
IVR is a strong REIT in a strong sector and pays a high yield..
mREITs work but QE3 may flatten curve a bit.
Real personal purchase!Buy and hold for 4 years: you make 100% of dividends + maybe 15-30% return on equity.: -)
high dividents are sustainable while Feg keeps rates low (promised till mid 2013 but could keep longer)
With interest rates pegged to a low rate for 2 years, how can you go wrong?
REIT dividends are higher during periods of low interest rates, as we can see now. With the recent Fed announcement that interest rates will remain at rock bottom levels through the middle of 2013, the attractive yields being offered by REITs like Invesco will persist. In addition, Invesco is trading closer to its 52-week low than most of its peers. Unlike many of its REIT brethren, Invesco's payout ratio is less than 100%, so it isn't digging into its coffers to find funding for dividends.
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