No, it doesn't appear to have anything to do with the injunction. Just patents:
the Supreme Court of the United States denied the petition for a writ of certiorari by Becton, Dickinson and Company (“BD”) relating to its Rule 60(b) motion in the portion of Retractable’s case against BD addressing patent infringement claims.
Well it is only paying a dividend of .18, should sell down to $3 to get the yield to 6%. I think it will be a really good buy. So simple for simple people.
Sorry, I wasn't trying to be snarky to anastasia1, just to the 2 bots or people who wrote articles about OHI having a 3.5% div yield. Why write an article if you don't know a thing about the company? Just to fill space obviously. I'm guessing a lot of people have sold because of the low yield. And a lot will buy when the yield magically goes up again.
Just because your read something written by a bot doesn't mean you should believe it. Put a 3% effort into some research. Like go to the website and read or something.
Sounds interesting except for this part below. I'm not sure what this means. But it sounds like cake and eat it too for Dream Unlimited:
Dream's incentive fee payable upon termination of the Management Services Agreement is calculated in a manner similar to the incentive fee that was payable under the asset management agreement between Dream's subsidiary and the REIT that has been in place since 2007. Under that agreement, Dream was entitled to be paid an annual amount equal to 15% of the REIT's aggregate adjusted funds from operations, including the net gain on the sale of any properties, in excess of $2.65 per REIT unit and, upon termination of that agreement each property was deemed to have been sold for purposes of calculating the incentive fee. The incentive fee under the Management Services Agreement is calculated in a similar manner but is payable only once in respect of the final twelve months of the agreement (taking into account the gain or loss on sale of any properties during the term of the agreement and the deemed sale of the balance of the properties on termination).
A couple things I take from earnings:
First, RVP is not going to have a cash crunch. They are going to make money while BDX drags this on. I'm sure part of BDX's strategy has been to bleed RVP dry of cash until RVP gets desperate to settle on unfavorable terms. This isn't happening.
Second, Q4 earnings do not reflect any marketing boost RVP got from the recent injunction against BDX. I think it will be significant as RVP sales people direct customers to the BDX website where BDX admits they have been cheating customers. I know that is the first thing I would do were I one of their sales people.
AAPL and a few others did exactly the same thing.
Why would they be trying to get insurance coverage for a claim they don't think they will have to pay? Hmm.
But it would suck being an insurance company being hit with claims from 16 years ago like that.
Sure looks way ahead of itself. I can't imagine that toenail fungus is going to do very well. They are going to have to sell an amazing amount of it. Plus they only get 50% of gross profits. I have relative who just cured his with a few dollars worth of oregano oil. Maybe this is excitement about the eczema treatment?