New York Mortgage Trust (NYMT) is up over 31% in premarket trading at $1.22 per share. NYMT was trading in general over $6.00/share in the second half of 2016 through 2017, 2018, 2019, and continued on that trend into early March 2020, but has recently dropped below $1.30/share and has traded even lower.
New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. acquires, invests in, finances, and manages mortgage-related and residential housing-related assets in the United States.
The NYMT qualifies as a real estate investment trust (REIT) for federal income tax purposes. It generally would not be subject to federal corporate income taxes if it distributes at least 90% of its taxable income to its stockholders. New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 and is headquartered in New York, New York.
Its investment portfolio includes structured multi-family property investments, such as multi-family commercial mortgage-backed securities and preferred equity in, and mezzanine loans to owners of multi-family properties; residential mortgage loans, including distressed residential mortgage loans, non- qualified mortgage loans, second mortgages, and other residential mortgage loans; non-agency residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS); agency RMBS; and other mortgage-related and residential housing-related assets.
Is NYMT Stock A Buy?
Many income investors love REITs because they generally pay out a very lovely dividend and have tax advantages. AlphaBetaStock gets requests from readers if we would recommend a specific stock to buy. The short answer to where to buy NYMT stock at this time is no. The mortgage sector REITs are already crumbling, and we don’t see any turnaround soon. Yesterday it was reported that 45,000 businesses were closing this week because they couldn’t pay the rent.
Many Investors that were sold NYMT by their financial advisors are filing claims to recover their losses. InvestmentFraudLawyers.com has set up a hotline at 888-628-5590 for NYMT investors to give a free consultation.
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