Investing in Seniors Housing Public Equities: Taking Stock of Today’s Market
Recorded June 17, 2008
Order the CD or Transcript for this SeniorCare Investor webcast featuring expert analysis of publicly traded seniors housing and care stocks and health care REITS, where the market is headed, and where opportunities exist.
This educational offering has been approved for 1 clock hour by the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB).
While 2006 was a great year for the publicly traded seniors housing and care stocks, as well as for health care REITs, in 2007 the market turned downward. That trend has continued into 2008 for most of the provider companies. The near-term industry fundamentals, however, are still relatively strong and the long-term prospects extremely positive, so values for everyone should be moving up, not down. Is now the time to buy? Hold? Sell?
To answer that question, we’ve enlisted some of the nation’s top equity analysts in the seniors housing and care sector to discuss where they see market opportunities and why, and explain why health care REITs are performing well in a difficult capital market environment. You won’t want to miss their insightful commentary in the new webcast, “Investing in Seniors Housing Public Equities: Taking Stock of Today’s Market.”
This is an ideal opportunity for anyone active in seniors housing and care to fully understand the public equity market, what moves share prices and determines value, and whether the stock market will be a predictor of the industry’s future.
Here’s just some of what you’ll learn during this in-depth, 90-minute webcast:
|●||What can investors look for in the second half of 2008 for publicly traded seniors housing and REIT stocks?|
|●||Have their values been unfairly punished in the past 18 months?|
|●||What are the best buys and why?|
|●||When will an M&A premium get back in the market, and what might trigger it?|
|●||Why are health care REITs performing so well in a dismal market, and will that continue?|
|●||How should companies that own their real estate be valued compared with those that don’t?|
|●||With the real estate downturn, are investors looking at the sector as real estate or health care?|
|●||Are REITs with just seniors housing and care assets a thing of the past, because they need more diversification?|
|●||Plus, a chance to ask the experts your burning questions on senior care.|
...and much more!