MGM Resorts International Ord Shs (MGM)
$21.86 0.36 (1.67%)
8:39 EDT MGM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $21.50
Market Cap 12.17B
PE Ratio 6.49
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 109,493
Day's Range 21.50 - 21.50
52-Week Range 5.90 - 34.63
Dividend & Yield 0.47 (2.15%)
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MGM's Las Vegas casinos are performing better than expected and the company has plenty of liquidity. Investors should buy MGM stock.
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On July 30, the Bellagio operator delivered second-quarter results that were more dismal than expected and that's saying something because with commercial casinos across the U.S shuttered large parts, or in some cases, all of the June quarter, the earnings bar is low for the gaming industry. MGM said it lost $1.67 a share on revenue of $289.81 million in the April through June period. Analysts expected a loss of $1.60 on turnover of $408.95 million.
MGM stock is worth 3.5 times more, but because its liquidity is so tight right now, the road to those gains will be rocky.
MGM stock still looks like a good long-term pick because the shares' valuation is low, while the resorts operator should hold on until a vaccine is ready.
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Some positive data has supported MGM stock in recent months. However, the consumer hasn’t recovered enough for a comfortable buy.
In the second half of the year, recovery from the health and economic effects of the pandemic will likely determine the momentum for MGM stock and other casino operators
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MGM Resorts has seen its luck run cold as Covid-19 has entered a second wave. However, this is a good time to take advantage of the correction.
By Thomas Niel
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By Joel Baglole
Investors interested in betting on MGM Resorts would be well-advised to wait until a vaccine is developed for Covid-19.
MGM stock purportedly has a market value of $50, but it's near-term value depends on when customers will come back after the pandemic.
A possible alternative for anyone who absolutely must make a bet on MGM, and doesn’t want to buy BJK, would be to invest in the Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight Consumer Discretionary ETF (NYSEARCA:RCD), which gives you 61 S&P 500 consumer discretionary stocks, all equal-weighted, and rebalanced four times a year in March, June, September, and December.
By Thomas Niel
As 'second wave' fears accelerate, MGM stock may head lower in the near-term. But cpnsider buying the shares on weakness.
MGM stock remains attractively valued but fears of a next virus wave are weighing heavily on the highly encumbered casino operator.
MGM stock doesn't have a clear picture on the charts, while its revenue remains at risk with a jump in coronavirus cases.
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