LVS is a winning stock
Major benefits from booming casinos in Macau
Written by Douglas Estadt
Asia’s gaming market is providing attractive investment opportunities. Business at casinos in Macau and Singapore is absolutely booming. Here are just a couple of the reasons we believe Las Vegas Sands (LVS) is the most attractive casino stock:
- It recently announced a play to pay down $1 billion in debt, which will strengthen their cash position
- The new casino in Singapore is breaking all expectations and forecasts.
- LVS operates the most attractive hotel/casino properties in both Macau and Singapore and both still have many stores inside the properties yet to be completed and open for business, which will add to future earnings and also make them more attractive destinations.
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