Investors can obtain 15% yields via mortgage real estate investment trusts (mREITs). The key is to focus on the management, review past performances, and identify which mREITs are likely to outperform the sector. I recommend focusing upon book value per share.

Secondly, I have an extreme bias to investing with the best mREIT fund managers. Gary Kain is clearly that individual. I find his mREITs to be priced on the high side. In this article I'll focus upon two mREITs which are trading below book value per share. The names are Dynex Capital (DX) and Apollo Residential Mortgage (AMTG). I recommend investors buy them today. They yield between 11.9% and 16.4%.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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