I blame Yahoo for not monitoring and cleaning up the garbage on this board. In 2009 to 2010 this was a great board.
True but the dollar will not stay strong else USA will be able to export nothing
Perhaps casinos in Japan are back on track
of course tax loss selling is behind the share price drop. LVS was almost $90 during 2014. Then the Macau slowdown hit. The big money is selling to be able to get a tax loss generated for use on 2014 tax year.
I guarantee share price will go up in January.....wynn & mgm too.
in january they will pop as sure as the sun rises
for example wynn has about $250 during 2014. But when macau slowed down big money lost money so they want to sell for the tax loss for 2014
also lower oil costs are helpful too
also china govt taxes from casinos are dropping too...they wont like that
Tmus & Sprint are begging to be put out of their misery so they can RIP. Its a laugh as their revenues are falling along with their microscopic margins whereas their costs are rising.
shows how desperate they are. S and TMUS are financially almost bankrupt. what a joke. thanks for the cheap shares mr market. I'm sure buffett is buying vz by the truckload
I agree when rates are low, this is the time to strike. I actually tell people the bond market is saying money is ""worthless" in the sense that bonds give you 0% real interest return these days.
By HOWARD STUTZ
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Nevada gaming revenue declined almost 6 percent in September, marking the state’s second straight monthly drop.
On the Strip, gaming revenue declined 12.1 percent.
The numbers were released Tuesday by the Gaming Control Board.
The statewide and Strip declines in August and September followed five straight monthly increases.
In Nevada, casinos collected $901.7 million in gaming revenue in September, compared with $958.9 million in the same month a year ago. On the Strip, gaming revenue was $494.8 million, compared with $563.1 million in September 2013.
Downtown Las Vegas was the only other reporting area in Clark County to report a gaming revenue decrease. Casinos along the Boulder Strip, which includes Henderson, reported a 14 percent gaming revenue increase. Clark County as a whole saw gaming revenue decline 6.8 percent.
The state’s three Internet poker websites reported gaming revenue of $693,000, a decline of 8.9 percent from a year ago. The figure was the lowest single-month total reported since the state began releasing online wagering numbers.
Nevada collected $65.8 million in gaming taxes during October, based on September’s gaming revenue, a 4.5 percent increase from a year ago. For the first months of the fiscal year, gaming tax collections are up 1.9 percent
Macau traffic up 3% in September • 8:33 AM
Clark Schultz, SA News Editor
Visits to Macau rose 3% to 2.41M, according to the Statistics and Census Service.
The number of visitors from Mainland China was up 6%, while traffic from Hong Kong and Taiwan was lower during the period
Thanks for the clarification!