Patent Value Quotient Shows Rebound in Patent Values for 2014: Demand for Patents Is Strong in All Technologies and at All Price Points
The Patent Value Quotient™ for 2014 shows an increase in the Average Price Paid per Patent over the Average Price Paid per Patent from the 2013 report. However, the Median Price Paid per Patent in 2014 declined from the Median Price Paid per Patent in 2013! It is our analysis that the dichotomy is the result of strong demand for patents across all technologies and all price points. The 2014 Patent Value Quotient showed patents selling from $10,000 or over $.16 million.
The Full Year 2014 Patent Value Quotient reported on 32 patent transactions from three single-patent sales to two 900+ patent portfolios, covering sales of 2,800 issued U.S. Patents. To receive the Full Year 2014 Patent Value Quotient Report, register here. If you did not receive it previously, you can also download the Patent Value Quotient Reports for 2013 and 2012.
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