Las Vegas Sands (LVS)
$69.04 0.34 (0.49%)
18:32 EST LVS Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $69.04
Market Cap 54.49B
PE Ratio 14.47
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.35M
Day's Range 68.50 - 69.74
52-Week Range 47.39 - 69.74
Dividend & Yield 2.98 (4.32%)
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With gambling industry experts predicting a global resurgence in 2020, you may want to place your bets on these casino stocks to buy.
Other months are kinder to stocks on a historical basis, but December is a decent month, usually, and it resides firmly in the best six-month period in which to own stocks. Bolstering the case of equity allocations in December are stocks entering the month near record highs and the increased chances that the initial phase of trade deal with China will be ratified in the last month of the year
These five stocks to avoid could see growth prospects dim without an agreement that will end the trade dispute between the United States and China.
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Investors are looking for trade war stocks that should rise if the tariff spat ends, but what about the names that will be impacted from the other direction?
Las Vegas Sands (LVS) posted its quarterly earnings results after hours Wednesday, bringing in sales that topped Wall Street's expectations.
These trade war stocks receive little attention, but they appear well-positioned to benefit stockholders once the trade war ends.
Options trading was buzzing in Las Vegas Sands, Twitter and Ford on Monday. Here are the metrics that matter moving forward.
Las Vegas Sands stock (LVS) is sliding about 1% after hours on the company's latest quarterly earnings results, which missed expectations.
Casino stocks are in the red, but a contrasting pairs trade in LVS stock and WYNN stock looks like the proper betting strategy in today’s market.
A bear market in Hong Kong has hurt gambling stocks with a large presence in Macau, but this also can create buying opportunities. Las Vegas Sands stock is best positioned right now.
Wynn Resorts is a solid business, but Wynn stock has been pummeled. We need to see it shape up before going long.
LVS stock has traded in a range for years, but increasing profits in Macau, as well as a high dividend, could bring investors into LVS stock.
These fall stocks to buy may not look like much right now, but as the weather cools, you can expect investor sentiment to heat up.
Inthe world of exchange traded funds (ETFs), there are not many gaming ETFs. In fact, the only gaming ETF that is direct play on casino and gambling stocks is the VanEck Vectors Gaming ETF (NYSEARCA:BJK).
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