October 2015

Monthly Archives

  • Sale of Skilled Nursing Facilities and Free Enterprise

    How real markets function always fascinates me.  Whether the behavior of real markets diverge from or substantiate economic theory is the pressing question.  In this case, I want to apply economic theory to better understand the active sale of standalone and independently-owned skilled nursing facilities, which is resulting in the extinction of the standalone and […]

  • Notes about 25th NIC National Conference

    I attended the 25 NIC National Conference – Investing in Seniors Housing and Care – at the National Harbor, Maryland, along with nearly 2,500 other individuals.   It was a great conference.   Below are my observations: The word “stabilize” is the biggest thematic takeaway for me.   What do I mean by that?   Prices have peaked and […]