Lock In High Yields With Mortgage REITs

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Lock In High Yields With Mortgage REITs

They borrow on the low end (30- to 60-day LIBOR) to buy mortgages that pay interest on the high end (30-year rates) and then distribute the difference to shareholders as dividends, explains Todd Shaver; here, the editor of Bull Market Report — and a contributor to MoneyShow.com — reviews a trio o…

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