ARR Armour Residential R

$-0.25 (-2.71%)

ARR Stock Analysis Overview

What this means: Armour Residential R (ARR) gets a very poor rank from InvestorsObserver. Our comprehensive analysis of fundamental and technical factors gives ARR a rank of 15. Our methodology considers analysis of the company's financial situation and how it has traded recently. ARR rank of 15 means that it ranks below 85% of stocks.

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Armour Residential R (ARR) Analyst Forecast

Next 12 months ➝Current Price$8.9952-week High$21.1552-week Low$4.95MEAN$9.00+0.11%HIGH$10.00+11.23%LOW$8.00-11.01%
  • Last Price$8.99
  • Previous Close$9.24
  • Change $-0.25
  • Open$9.42
  • Volume1,306,038
  • Avg. Volume (100-day)1,730,022
  • Market Capitalization$581M
  • Days Range $8.96 - $9.44
  • 52-week Range $4.95 - $21.15
  • Dividend Yield13.35%
  • Ex. Dividend Date07/14/2020
  • P-E
  • EPS-9.32
  • Earnings Date07/22/2020
  • SectorReal Estate
  • IndustryREIT - Mortgage
  • Avg. Analyst Rec.
  • Beta1.482
  • PEG Ratio
  • Volatility0.66
  • Average True Range0.06
ARMOUR Residential REIT Inc is a real estate investment trust that invests in residential mortgage-backed securities or RMBS. These are issued or guaranteed by U.S.-government-sponsored enterprises, such as Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, or Ginnie Mae. The company's investment portfolio is composed of mortgage-backed securities, adjustable-rate mortgage securities, and multifamily mortgage-backed securities. In terms of total fair value, the vast majority of Armour's investments are long-term, fixed-rate agency RMBS. Multifamily RMBS also represents a substantial amount. Fannie Mae guarantees most of the company's holdings. Armour derives substantially all of its revenue as interest income from its investments.