Jongeol, all REIT related stocks are currently under pressure due to the FED's intent to raise rates and their share price reflects that. However, that does'nt change the facts regarding HCP's problems. Good luck investing.
There is no loss if you did'nt own shares prior to your purchase. Look. All stocks go up and down and a prudent investor will ideally buy the dips. However, you have to look at why a stock takes a drop. If you don't see anything alarming, then fine. Buy the dip. But if you discover that a stock is dropping because of negative news, such as class action lawsuits indicating mismanagement of money or false billing practice, well, that's something to be concerned about. HCP is looking down the barrel of those accusations now and that has led to its current decline in share value. So be careful. Wait for something to clear the air and don't jump on this stock until you are sure its safe. Good luck investing.