It is Yahoo's new format - generally, they only show posts for the last 3 months. No one has been posting.
I don't think that NHI's fundamentals have changed, but bond yields have been rising and, therefore, bonds and stocks that people treat like bonds have been falling. Plus, the market in general has been down. If you are holding for the long term, I wouldn't worry about it, if you are trading, well, good luck.
actually NHI and LTC are much better for total return than bonds. when interest rate goes up, value of bonds go down and interest remains the same.
companies that own real estate, real assets like NHI and LTC can increase dividends as well as appreciate in price and at the same time their assets' value go up with inflation. look at their dividend and stock appreciation history. bonds can not compare and so they are completely different.