American Capital Agency Corp.(NASDAQ:AGNC) Speculated Dividends


Dallas, Texas 03/07/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Analysts watching American Capital Agency Corp.(NASDAQ:AGNC)have worked on the various financial reports the company has offered thus far to provide possible range of dividend the company can pay. Range projections include $0.60 to $0.70 per share, with a proposed exact per share dividend projection of $0.65.

American Capital Agency Corp.(NASDAQ:AGNC) was found to hold an intraday trading price of $22.72, following a decrease of 0.44% valued at $0.10 at close of trading hours. In the meanwhile, the company has reported, that it will announced the first quarter results for the 2014 fiscal by the end of April 28, 2014. The company as one of the leading real estate investment trusts or REIT is expected to earn an income, based on the basis the stock leverages through its mortgage-backed securities.

American Capital Agency Corp.(NASDAQ:AGNC) has until now primarily trended a buy – by more than 5 analysts. The other 12 analysts rate it currently on a ‘hold’ security. Analysts expect the recommendation to be in the region of 2.6, with strong buy at 1.0 and sell of 5.0.

This real estate financial company has a market capitalization of $8.03 billion. The P/E is 6.96 and the Dividend to Yield average has been 0.65 to 22.53. EPS is 3.24 and outstanding shares of the company currently holds is 356.15 million. Beta is 0.29. The trading volume to average is 0.00 to 5.58 million.

The company’s investments are residential mortgage securities, which are collateralized mortgage obligations or CMOs. The principal and interest payment for this company are guaranteed through government-sponsored entities. These include Fannie Mae as well as Freddie Mac investments. The Government National Mortgage Association or Giinnie Mae is also known as GSEs. These are known to invest in debenture securities which are issued by Federal Home Loan Bank or FHLB.

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