ARMOUR Residential REIT Inc. (NYSE:ARR) down by 2.48%, Alpine Total Dynamic Dividend Fund (NYSE:AOD)

Posted by Lynn Eisler May 15, 2013 0 Comment 10115 views

ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. (NYSE:ARR) was trading down by 2.48% with a close of $5.89. The stock opened at $6.06 and registered an intraday high of $6.10 and an intraday low of $5.82. The stocks is trading down 15.19% from its 52 week high of $7.98 and up by 12.64% from its 52 week low of $5.70. The market capitalization of the company stands at $2.27 billion. Beta, a measure of stock sensitivity with respect to market index, computed from historical price movement stands at 0.73. The 14-day RSI, a momentum indicator stands at 32.99, indicating that the stock is oversold and is likely to find support at lower levels. The stock is trading below its key short term simple moving average (SMA).  The stock is trading 4.95% below its 20-day SMA, while it is 5.11% below its 50-day SMA. The stock is also trading below its long term average of 200-day SMA by 8.09%.

Alpine Total Dynamic Dividend Fund (NYSE:AOD) trading up by about 0.71% with a close of $4.26 on Tuesday. The beta of the stock is 1.21 which measures the company’s stock’s price volatility with respect to the index. The volume in the current trading session is close to 1.55 million, the relative volume of the stock which is the ratio of current volume and the three months average volume is 1.01. The insider ownership in the stock of AOD is about 0.09% and the institutional owners have increased their ownership over the past three months by about 79.16% in the company’s stock.

Alpine Total Dynamic Dividend Fund (NYSE:AOD) is a closed ended fund with primary object of seeking high dividend income for its investors along with long term capital growth as main motive.

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