Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment Corp manages real estate in the United States. The company invests in residential mortgage assets with the objective of generating high current yields and risk-adjusted total returns for its stockholders over the long-term.
And since it operates as a REIT, it’s required to pay a minimum of 90% of all taxable income in the form of dividends to shareholders each year.
Cherry Hill generates most of its revenue from residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), in the form of Interest income earned for servicing mortgage loans.
Since going public in 2013, CHMI has never missed a dividend payment. And right now, you can lock in shares for an 11.75% annual yield.
After already rising 232%, from its April low $2.76 to $9.17 today, this stock has a ton of positive momentum that I expect to continue over the next 6-18 months.
By the end of 2020, I anticipate shares getting to the $16-$18 range. That would be a 74%-96% gain from its current price.