OHI is almost trading at an all time high and pays less in dividends then it did back in 1998. IMHO this will not end well in the future for shareholder.
Don't be so lazy and do your own DD. Stop expecting your helicopter parents to do everything for and accept some responsibility. Your generation has never played outside and lives in the basement all day expecting stuff to be handed to you. You need to learn how to look someone in the eyes, shake their hand and actually string some words together. One last thing, buy a belt and pull your damn pants up son.
I think I understand your viewpoint. It's a sad day when your favorite cash cow has passed away. You won't have the oportunity to accumulate stock at $10 to $20 a share and enjoy the rewards of a high rate of return for your investment. Se la vive...or something like that.
You sound like a scorn investor that can't handle the truth. Facts are facts bro and if you want to buy REITs trading at all time highs, yielding less today then at any other time in the company's history you go right ahead. When interest rates start to rise I'm only suggesting that you don't want to be left holding the bag because these things will correct back to their historical yield averages.
Amazing what a little bit of knowledge about a company can create some very misleading posts. The problems that OHI had back in 1998 are completely different then today. Bottom line - to prevent fear from such problems - track the companies that are leasing the properties from OHI. Right now they are all very comfortable meaning OHI is a good investment into at least the near future.