With fears of higher interest rates causing fixed income investors to worry, the mREIT sector, which primarily invests in mortgage-backed securities, has been hit hard over the past month.
American Capital Agency is down over 15% over the last 30 days, and mREIT giant Annaly Capital Management has ticked down roughly 10%.
In this video, Motley Fool financial analyst David Hanson asks Matt Koppenheffer, who doesn't hold any mREIT stocks, at what point he would become interested in jumping into one of these stocks.
There's no question Annaly Capital's double-digit dividend is eye-catching. But can investors count on that payout sticking around? With the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates at historically low levels, Annaly has had to scramble to defend its bottom line. In The Motley Fool's premium research report on Annaly, senior analysts Ilan Moscovitz and Matt Koppenheffer uncover the key challenges the company faces and divulge three reasons investors may consider buying it. Simply click here now to claim your copy today!
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