Greed: Las Vegas Sands
You could save your money and steadily build up a modest sum after a number of years … or you could head to a casino, put it all on black and hope for the best!
Lots of people choose the latter.
While not everyone puts it all on black, you get the point. There’s no denying our desires to get rich quick.
There’s no better place to see that thought put to work than Las Vegas, and maybe no better company to choose than Las Vegas Sands (LVS).
LVS boasts several luxury hotels and casinos, including The Venetian and Palazzo, where you can find poker rooms, slots, table games and sports books. And as with most casinos, LVS is at its best when more people have more money in their pockets. (At least when they enter the casino.)
That’s at least part of the reason Las Vegas Sands has been climbing relatively steadily since the depths of the recession — going from a mere $1.77 in 2009 to a price over $50 today, even after a recent selloff.