Patent Value Quotient Reports Shows Decline
in Selling Prices for Patents in 2013
The Patent Value Quotient™ (PVQ) for the Third Quarter of 2013 is out, and it shows a continuing decline in the “quotients” computed by the report: The Average Price Paid per Patent for patent transactions included in the report. For the first time, both the Average and Mean for all patent transactions for the quarter fell below $100,000.
This is the chart from the Third Quarter 2013 PVQ that includes five patent transactions. To download the complete report, you must register below. The Patent Value Quotient includes the seller and buyer of the properties (unless they asked to be anonymous), the technology area of the patents, the dollar value of the transaction, the number of issued U.S. Patents, and the Quotient: The average price paid per patent. Each report include the Average and Mean for all transactions reported for the quarter, as well as a narrative that explains how we secured and computed the data in the report.
As you can see, the Patent Value Quotient includes the sellers and buyers (unless they have asked to be anonymous), the technology area of the patents, the total transaction, the number of issued U.S. Patents, and the Quotient: the average price paid per patent. The report also includes a narrative that explains how we secured and computed the data in the report.
Updated Second Quarter 2013 Patent Value Quotient
We uncovered additional data on a patent transaction reported for the Second Quarter of 2013, so a Revised Second Quarter 2013 Patent Value Quotient is available that reports the updated data. You must register to receive this report. Also, when you register, you can sign up to automatically receive the IPOfferings newsletter, IP Marketplace, so you will automatically receive the latest PVQ each quarter. In January 2014, we will report on the Fourth Quarter of 2013 and summarize all patent transactions for 2013.
To receive the Third Quarter 2013 Patent Value Quotient, the Revised Second Quarter 2013 report and/or the Full Year 2012 Patent Value Quotient, register here.
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