Las Vegas Sands (LVS)
$53.30 1.51 (2.91%)
10:46 EDT LVS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $51.79
Market Cap 42.06B
PE Ratio 11.17
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.03M
Day's Range 51.61 - 53.86
52-Week Range 33.30 - 74.29
Dividend & Yield 2.98 (5.59%)
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Just like a trip to the casino, these five gambling stocks are both risky and exciting. Buy shares now for the post-pandemic jackpot.
These stocks carry a high risk factor, but with a little research and a lot of luck, the rewards could be sensational.
Friday's big stock charts feature names that made powerful moves even while most assets were treading water.
Eli Lilly, Domino's Pizza, Gilead Sciences, Las Vegas Sands and Inovio Pharmaceuticals were our top stock trades for Friday.
The health and economic effects of the novel coronavirus seem to be beating casino shares like LVS stock at this point
By Thomas Niel
Major casino stocks adapting to the "new normal" include: Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ:CZR) Eldorado Resorts (NASDAQ:ERI) Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS) MGM Resorts International (NYSE:MGM) Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN) Casino stocks face big risks. But these names could offer tremendous upside opportunity. Let's dive in, and see how COVID-19 affects these major casino stocks.
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Casino stocks are rising from the dead, but there's more pain ahead. Here are three lucky options trades that will profit.
Tesla tried for $1,000 but tumbled painfully in the closing minutes of Tuesday's session. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
My indicators turned bearish last Friday, and because they continue to give solid sell signals this week, I am recommending a bearish put option on Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE:LVS), the casino developer and operator.
China's outlook is brighter after an initial trade war deal. Income investors looking for upside should check out these three stocks.
Options trading was buzzing in Las Vegas Sands, Costco and Micron stock on Friday. Here are the metrics that matter moving forward.
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
Delayed tariff hikes and the potential for further Federal Reserve interest rate cuts have boosted these four dividend-yielding companies. PM, MO, LVS and F are great stocks to buy now.
These 10 cyclical stocks, including MU stock, depend on an investor's macro outlook. Cyclical stocks can be difficult to value. It's hard enough to understand a stock that posts steady growth, given factors like competition, management, and industry changes.
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.
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