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  • tmurphy227 tmurphy227 Feb 14, 2013 12:05 PM Flag

    No News no movement!!!

    I believe without REIT announcement we are stuck. Everyone has a buy on stock. News is out re Macau. Market telling company go REIT if you want more for your stock. Sometimes you have to listen to market. Dividend will not move stock big!!!

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    • truemst@gmail.com truemst Feb 14, 2013 12:53 PM Flag

      Guys, This is how this stock trades. It is a high beta stock and trades on technicals. It is only moving down because it is overbought on the 100 day chart. MACD and Stochastic are down. This stock never moves up when the indicators are moving down. The bright side is that the weekly and monthly charts are bullish, which keeps this thing from dropping 6-10 points from it's overbought 100 day condition. In a few days, when it becomes oversold on the 100 day and the indicators move up, it will move up with a strong rebound. Fundamentals are the most important, but with a high beta stock, it will always trade on the technicals. That's why us daytraders love LVS.

    • News re: Macau is NOT really out. We've had very little, and when it comes, it should be good, and should move the stock. This is standard manipulation. Easy-peasy for Skynet with LVS, whether we like it or not (not!).

      And I don't think the market is telling SA to go with a REIT. If we had news of mall and/or condo sales, I think the stock would get a very nice pop. Even a decent move up if we announced Beth sale...

 
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