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Skilled Nursing Stocks Under Pressure On Proposed Reimbursement Cut
Article By: The Fly
Tuesday, April 12, 2022 3:30 PM EDT
The proposed rule also seeks feedback on establishing minimum staffing requirements.
In this article: OHI, ENSG, CTRE
Omega Healthcare: A Top REIT For Income
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Saturday, December 25, 2021 5:44 PM EDT
Omega Healthcare Investors is a real estate investment trust that invests in the healthcare industry. Its focus is on skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, and its portfolio is primarily triple-net leases operated by healthcare providers.
In this article: OHI
Omega Healthcare: 10% Yield – Significantly Undervalued
Video By: Chuck Carnevale
Wednesday, December 15, 2021 2:50 PM EDT
Despite temporary issues, Omega Healthcare represents a long-term opportunity for significant income and capital appreciation.
In this video: OHI
Daily Stock Report: Omega Health Investors (OHI)
Article By: Fredrik Arnold
Thursday, December 9, 2021 2:19 AM EDT
Omega's portfolio focuses on long-term healthcare facilities. The company has the balancing act of maintaining a high level of care for residents while increasing its returns to investors.
In this article: OHI
4 High-Yield Dividend REITs For Income Now
Video By: Chuck Carnevale
Thursday, September 30, 2021 1:34 PM EDT
A look at four high-quality dividend REITs each yielding over 4% and one offering more than 8% income for you to research and consider. Three of these REITs are investment grade and one is one notch below.
In this video: HIW, MPW, NNN, OHI

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Skilled nursing stocks under pressure on proposed reimbursement cut
Kirk Sheffield 4/13/2022 11:51:57 PM

Thanks for this analysis. Now that everything went down 4% is it a buy? $OHI, $ENSG, $CTRE

Yes, You Can Retire On $1M
George Slowhand 6/21/2021 2:27:57 AM

Just a thought of having a single stock portfolio (with $OHI) is gut wrenching. Consistent, high distributions are great, but watching 66% of the portfolio perish in one month, Feb/Mar 2020 would be an extreme exercise in conviction.

An Income Sig plan? I'm intrigued.

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