The Right Way to Think About Mortgage REITs

In this video, Motley Fool financial analyst Matt Koppenheffer tells us why, when you invest in mortgage REITs -- which are much more fluid mortgage securities that are bought, traded and sold, rather than products that consumers keep coming back for -- you should be looking not at the mortgages themselves but at the team managing those investments.

Annaly Capital Management, one of the more well-known mortgage REITs, has a history of paying huge dividends to shareholders. But there are some crucial issues investors have to understand about Annaly's business model before buying the stock. In this brand-new premium research report on the company, our analyst runs through these absolute must-know topics, as well as the future opportunities and pitfalls of their strategy. Click here now to claim your copy.


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  • Report this Comment On February 08, 2013, at 2:46 PM, spokanimal wrote:

    Matt K. said pretty much NOTHING in his video except that we should look for good managers... well duhh!

    Othewise, the text portion of this article was just a SPAM for your premium research...

    ... Please... GET THIS GARBAGE OFF OF YOUR SITE...

    ... it only damages the image we have of Motley Fool.

    S

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