+ Watch TWO
on My Watchlist
mREIT focused on preservation of book value:http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/09/10/buy-this-portfolio-that-offers-26-total-return.aspx
Oversold, good risk management compared to other REITs.
At this stage it looks difficult but doable. This will manage its way to the good side over the long haul. It may not have the dividend capability at current levels throughout but it likely will.
Owner: Matt Koppenheffer
Will add some more . Then have larger gains in the future. This will only grow
toomuch too quick sby is a farceprice goes down so does the returnindicates a problem
As the real estate market improves and interest rates climb, I'm confident that Two Harbors will be extremely profitable. What I like best about TWO is their high div. rate. The low price will make it easy to accumulate for future revenues.
Two Harbors Investments reported two large insider buys coming from two different directors during the past week. William Sanders added 5,000 shares to his stake at an average price of $11.45 per share. This cost him a total of $57,250. Since this buy, the price per share is down -3.06%.Director James Bender bought 10,000 shares of Two Harbors stock this past week at $11.46 per share. This cost the director $114,600. He now holds on to 16,921 shares of company stock. The price per share has dropped -3.14% since Bender’s buy.
Hoping for a bounce.
Bought some shares in my IRA today after the price retreated from recent highs. Insiders bought a slew of shares at around this price (12.50 or so) back in February.
two v bac
High proven dividend stock with a nice track record, plus REIT's are in with interest rates where their at!
P/E is less than half the industry average, with spectacular growth, solid cash flow, and excellent profits. The really great part is the dividends pay over 13%.
Buy low sell high and 18+% dividend
residential rebound right?
The scariest part of the housing recession is over. As others have said, TWO only buys excellent risk. The Allstar CAPS picks are 100% positive. Some of those folks follow REITs more closely than I. Some articles state that QE III will hurt the dividend of some of these REITs. I'm not confident that I follow the reasoning, especially in light of the credit that TWO buys.
Buy low, sell high is the fundamental. Housing and mortgage paper (and banks too) are beginning a recovery. TWO appears to have solid management and are invested right there. At book value or below, that should be a successful combination.
bet on the rental market through this REIT...sweet dividend to boot
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