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Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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38.77-0.75 (-1.90%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
38.64 -0.13 (-0.34%)
Pre-Market: 04:08AM EDT
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  • G
    Gerald
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  • A
    Aiiight Joe
    The stock market is a forward looking mechanism. This stock has been sold repeatedly on the same news, the world hysteria on the pandemic.

    Looking forward, the revenue will improve, COVID numbers are microscopic in Macau and Singapore.

    Chinese and other south Asians will gamble more when the borders are opened, IT HAPPENED AT EVERY CASINO IN THE WORLD WHEN COVID RESTRICTIONS WERE LOWERED OR LIFTED.

    Good time to add!
    Bullish
  • P
    Prgnsft
    Walk street just waiting for that hint of change and reopening on Macau
    So if mgt has anything positive to say on the call could reverse and head up
    Results were a lot worse last year in the middle of the pandemic and this was in
    mid 50 s
    Plus when they close on the sale of the Vegas properties net debt goes to just over 6 b which gives a ton of cash flow for investment and share buybacks
    Plus there is a wold card that gets bought by a Chinese company
    They want more Chinese presence and basically lvs has all the premier property in Macau
    Wouldn’t be surprised to get bought this year for 85 plus
  • P
    Phil
    I am the same as many . Don't care even if it drops. I've lost enough money in their casinos in the past to know they always win.. yes, they will win again.
  • S
    Siavash Nikkhou
    Don’t mind seeing this drop to $30 loading it up. I doubt we see it open red but future is all I care. Show me the money. Vegas reviving and will be top destinations for people to visit and invest in
    Bullish
  • B
    Butter
    I'm a little suprised this stock didn't poop the bed after that dumpster fire earnings report. I guess most longs are like me, holding at depressed values knowing this can't go on for ever. I just hope it doesn't go much lower than this. When I bought it I was looking for a quick turn. I wasn't expecting to hold the bagger for a year or two.
  • C
    CowboyUp
    Unless you’re short, the trend has certainly not been your friend. Lower highs, lower Lows…still trading below the 50, 100 and 200 day ma. Next Q report is almost 3 months away. That’s a lot of time for the trend to continue. However, the options are still tradable.

    …stay thirsty my friends

    GLTA
  • N
    Nova
    Bought shares at 38.50 in aftermarket. Revenues are increasing. Pandemic is done. Keep buying. Keep holding. Next stop $50.
  • P
    Prgnsft
    Only two points matter from the call
    CEO says 0 chance of not renewing the license and when the tourism is allowed to flow back the pent up will
    lead to a very “powerful” rebound
  • C
    Cathie Wood
    Somethings strange. You would thing with earnings that bad, this would drop a lot more. Looks like it's trying to recover it's dollar loss. I bet this sky rockets tomorrow. I don't own it but I'm placing my order now.
    Bullish
  • E
    Edi
    So let me teach you something about investing. Get your calculator out and start understanding what is happening. First why sell of LVS propertys is a good think, revenues in 2019 were 610m they are selling for 6.1B, 10 ywars of revenue. Amazing deal, they gona use this cash to make new investments, buyback some shares becouse they will sit on almost 7.5B dollars in cash. Then we will have online investment starting to play opening londoneir in 2022 which will drive revenues. Macau and singapor will be back in 2022 why? Well becouse like you can see we will go out of pandemic officially, more and more countries are getting there. It will bw travell boom, already starting slowly. Macau license will be received but with 5-10 years of renewal. Talk about ebita to enterprise value is always bettwen 10-12x. So if we exclude macau and lvs that give us if we will be back on 2019 lvl or we can even take 20% less give you of about 8-10B so after some calculations you get 36% up from this stock price without excluding what i just said. Catalysts from now on can be only positive, we had divirgens and all bad news are already priced in that why we see low decline. I bought at 36-37 lvl and I will be buying more. Markets are discounting future growth and this is when you get the best deals. Now tell me if i am wrong thank you.
    Bullish
  • S
    Skippy00823
    I'm always amused when a guy like Kennedy shows up on this MB who has never been here before. He then pumps LVS wildly and rapidly while insulting other posters who may disagree with him. And then the guy uses fictitious posters to give thumbs down for only those posters that have disagreed with him and he has insulted. Now that is really strange behavior. He must be a sneaky Joe.
  • b
    billkr
    Macau announced suspension of restrictions for a number of businesses based on no new cases for the last 12 days. The true reopening getting closer.
  • D
    Danny
    when all the macau casino licenses expire in june 2022, what happens if china decides to simply not allow for renewal or extension to the US based casinos? they've initiated the current 5 year plan which seems to include a lot of cultural cleansing for the good of common prosperity, and wiped out big tech (baba, didi), private educational tutoring systems (tal, edu), video games (tencent) stocks in the process. xi doesn't give a sxxt if any company, even chinese companies, get wiped out in the process. so, there is no other group that portrays the evils and sins of society more than casinos. if LVS loses its macau licenses, or have some heavy-handed regulations imposed on them, they have very little left, since exiting the las vegas markets. to a slightly lesser degree wynn and melco have the same concerns. in the meantime, mgm is flying.
  • N
    New
    Overheard on the news that Macau and Singapore properties just started turning positive, Q4 would be better.
  • B
    Butter
    Is the earnings report before or after the bell tomorrow?
  • B
    Ben
    Xi will be very rational and passionate on US casinos according to Wall St. and CEO
    “Until proven wrong, I'm not and we're not overreacting to what is being hyped or said,” Hornbuckle said. “We are hoping rational minds control in the end because this is the Macau economy.”
  • C
    Christopher
    2 min ceo overview, no coo commentary and onto q&a...oh boy...
  • V
    ValueMagnet
    Let’s see how low this goes but I am Buying here. Will see returns in the next quarter.
    Bullish
  • O
    OIL PRICES GOING UP
    These results are very very BAD people. You are in denial. Please look at the revenue, it DOWN from the prior quarters. Operating loss was way DOWN from prior quarters as was Net Loss.

    It’s cheaper to shut the hotels than to operate them. Also, the price of electricity is up big in China so they’re going to incur major losses from all those lights and air conditioning.
    Bearish
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