Acquisitions Driving Growth in Regional Gaming
Apr 30th 2013 4:10PM
Updated Apr 30th 2013 4:25PM
Earnings from Boyd Gaming surprised investors last week, but there's still a lot of fundamental weakness for the company. Revenue is declining across the country as more supply is added to the market, and the only way to grow is through acquisitions. The Fool's Erin Miller sat down with Travis Hoium to see how to play the gaming market now.
A better play than Boyd would be through those companies capitalizing on a booming Chinese economy. That's indeed the case for gaming company Las Vegas Sands, which made a big bet on Macau gaming about a decade ago that's paid off in spades. The company is now looking to spread its empire further, but will it be able to replicate its prior successes? Learn about all these opportunities, and the risks they pose, in our premium report on Las Vegas Sands. Be sure to claim your copy today by clicking here.
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