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MGM Resorts - is now a good time to buy a resort?

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MGM Resorts is a holding company operating through its subsidiaries which own and run integrated casinos, hotels, and entertainment resorts across the United States and in Macau.

Revenue Streams

MGM drives its revenue in the following 3 segments:
More than 50% of domestic revenue is driven by non-gaming operations. The revenue model differs greatly between the Las Vegas and Regional Operations. In Las Vegas, non-casino revenue leads casino revenue 3:1 while in regional segment this relationship is the opposite. In China, both segments are about the same.

Finaniclas

MGM has kept consistent revenue at ~$10B over the past decade. While the operating cash flow has shown consistent growth, the company was losing money between 2012 and 2015. While the company runs with a manageable Debt to Equity (D/E) ratio of 1.67, the interest rates consume the entire 10% of the company's revenue - a costly expenditure that shows itself big at a time like now - COVID. This year, the business is generating 30% of what it did in the past on average.
While the company pays a considerable 3% dividend, the management shows great inconsistency in its share repurchasing plan, moving up and down from year to year with an overall uptrend.
Please review these consolidated financials for additional information.

Pricing

This portfolio tracks MGM's performance in the past year alongside its major public competitors. Evidently, MGM's stock price has rebounded since the COVID to its earlier levels, despite financial downturn and significant upcoming annual losses.
The company trades at 57% its tangible assets, the best ratio among its competitors. Its current PE is 7.78 against its last year's earnings - the all time low of the past decade. However, given the unreliable nature of MGM's income, this metric is less meaningful than its price to tangibles, which I consider to be attractive.
Putting it all together, the company is taking a 70% cut on its revenue this year with respective effects on its balance sheet, major throw back on the income and immediate financing arrangements while the stock is trading at the pre-COVID levels. The future is most certainly uncertain, which makes the pricing undeterminable.

Conclusion

MGM is one of the key players in the resort business with somewhat attractive financials and possibly fair pricing. However, nothing in particular stands out to me about this stock at present time. The uncertainty of the future and fully rebound stock price, one the other hand, make it a hard no for me.
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[Trip Report - Macau] Poker Ain't Dead in Macau Yet

Just got back from Tksgiving vacay in Hong Kong / Macau and wanted to provide a trip report.
I ended up staying in the Macau for 6 days and played 3 10-hr sessions during my time there. As others have mentioned, the only two hotels that I found hosting poker were the Wynn Macau and Venetian. I played exclusively at the Wynn since it was right next to my hotel.
The lowest stakes at both casinos was 50/100 HKD ($8/$16 USD), and they regularly hosted 100/200 and 300/600 at the Wynn. I'm used to playing at $5/$10 back home, so I mostly played the 50/100 game (with a couple hours at 100/200). Because poker games are very limited in the city, the waitlist gets REALLY long so expect to have to show up early afternoon and come back in a few hours. I would put my name down around 2PM on weekdays and there would already be 25-30 names on the list. The Wynn lets you put your phone down and they'll text you and give you 10 minutes to lock your seat (so I just got some work done at a cafe in the casino while waiting). The Venetian, unfortunately, doesn't text players so you have to wait in person.
I would describe the games as extremely soft compared to the US. The average table composition consisted of 3 tight passive regulars (very predictable and exploitable), 2 amateurs (loose-pre calling stations), 2 solid regs (typically laggy, best avoided), and 1 complete nit (short stacked and looking to jam pre on 5% of holdings).
Playing ABC against the amateurs (who were mostly loose calling stations) made for very profitable play. I was also able to establish a TAG table image every session and then utilize that to run a high frequency of successful bluffs/semi-bluffs against the passive regs. I avoided the solid regs as much as possible and didn't run into much trouble; 3-bet frequency was really low (probably 5% of pots were 3-bet pre).
I was a bit anxious that my inability to speak Chinese would be a problem, but 60% of players and 100% of dealers spoke at least basic english so it wasn't a problem. I just made special effort to announce my bet sizing clearly to the dealer when necessary and didn't run into any problems (other than one degen angling me out of 600-700 HKD; nbd).
I ended the trip up 110K HKD or 14.5K USD. Can't wait til I have a chance to be back!
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SA CASINO เกมคาสิโนในทวีปเอเชียปี2020นี้

SA CASINO เกมคาสิโนในทวีปเอเชียปี2020นี้
SA CASINO ประเทศฮ่องกง (รอยเตอร์ส) - ทวีปเอเชียอยู่ในท่ามกลางความเจริญของการเล่นเกมโดยผู้ให้บริการคาสิโนขนาดใหญ่เร่งรีบที่จะเปลี่ยนแปลงจากมาเก๊าซึ่งเป็นจุดหมายการเดิมพันที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในโลก ผู้ประกอบกิจการจะต้องพบเจอกับการเสี่ยงยกตัวอย่างเช่นกฎที่ไม่อำนวยการคั่นแซงทางด้านการเมืองและก็องค์ประกอบเบื้องต้นที่ไม่ค่อยมีการพัฒนา ตั้งแต่นี้ต่อไปเป็นเรื่องจริงสำคัญเกี่ยวกับการเล่นเกมคาสิโนในทวีปเอเชีย
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มาเก๊าเป็นสถานที่เดียวที่คนจีนได้รับอนุญาตให้เล่น SA CASINO การเดิมพันคาสิโนอย่างถูกต้องตามกฎหมาย อาณานิคมประเทศโปรตุเกสในสมัยก่อนมีผู้ให้บริการคาสิโนที่ได้รับเอกสารสิทธิ์หกราย ดังเช่น Wynn Macau Sands China MGM China), SJM Holdings, Galaxy Entertainmentแล้วก็ Melco Crown Entertainment MPEL.O. สิทธิ์การใช้แรงงานนั้นได้รับจากรัฐบาลมาเก๊าแล้วก็จะหมดอายุในปี 2563 ตราบจนกระทั่งจะมีการยืดอายุ ผู้ประกอบธุรกิจ Junket พ่อค้าคนกลางที่นำกรุ๊ปวีไอพีขั้นสูงเข้ามารวมทั้งจัดแจงเครดิตของพวกเขาคิดเป็นสัดส่วนราวๆ 70 เปอร์เซ็นต์ของรายได้จากการเล่นเกมคาสิโนของมาเก๊า
ประเทศสิงคโปร์
ประเทศสิงคโปร์มีผู้ให้บริการคาสิโนสองแห่งที่มีเอกสารสิทธิ์ลาสเวกัสแซนด์ส (LVS.N) และก็เก็นติ้งประเทศสิงคโปร์ ทั้งสองเปิดประตูในปี 2010 รัฐบาลประเทศสิงคโปร์ยังมิได้อนุญาตผู้ประกอบกิจการขยะรายอะไรก็แล้วแต่กระแสการเงิน ผู้ให้บริการ Junket สามารถยื่นขอเอกสารสิทธิ์ได้ แต่ว่ามิได้รับการยินยอมแอปพลิเคชันเนื่องมาจากวิธีการดังที่กล่าวมาข้างต้นครัดเคร่งกว่าในมาเก๊า
ประเทศฟิลิปปินส์
การเล่นเกมคาสิโนถูกต้องตามกฎหมายในประเทศประเทศฟิลิปปินส์ แต่ว่าการอนุญาตให้ปฏิบัติการคาสิโนนั้นทำโดย PAGCOR บริษัท เกมของเมือง PAGCOR มีรายได้ราวๆ 70 เปอร์เซ็นต์จากคาสิโน 13 ที่, คาสิโนดาวเทียม 28 ที่รวมทั้ง 25 วีไอพีสุดพิเศษ ประเทศฟิลิปปินส์มีระบุจะเปิดเขตรื่นเริงแล้วก็คาสิโนใหม่ค่า 15 พันล้านดอลลาร์ในปี 2556 ซึ่ง PAGCOR ได้มอบใบอนุมัติเล่นเกมชั่วครั้งคราวสี่ใบให้กับ:
  1. Travellers International Hotel Group เป็นการร่วมหุ้นระหว่างเก็นติ้งประเทศฮ่องกง แล้วก็กลุ่มพันธมิตรระดับนานาชาติ
  2. Belle Corpผู้พัฒนาอสังหาริมทรัพย์เพื่อการอาศัยและก็การพักผ่อนหย่อนใจในประเทศฟิลิปปินส์
  3. Universal Entertainment Corp 6425.OS ผู้สร้างเกมพินบอล ink pachinko ’และก็ผู้ให้บริการสถานเริงรมย์ในประเทศญี่ปุ่น
  4. การลงทุนใน Bloomsbury PAGCOR เป็นอีกทั้งผู้ให้บริการเกมหลักของประเทศรวมทั้งผู้ควบคุมการเดิมพันซึ่งเป็นความมีความขัดแย้งทางผลตอบแทนที่เกี่ยวโยงกับนักลงทุน มีการเก็งกำไรที่ PAGCOR บางทีอาจดัดแปลงในระหว่างที่เพียรพยายามเพิ่มความโล่งใสรวมทั้งเย้ายวนใจนักลงทุน
เขมร
ในประเทศเขมรมีคาสิโนที่ได้รับการยินยอมรับมากยิ่งกว่า 20 ที่ตั้งอยู่ใกล้กับชายแดนรวมทั้งมีคาสิโนฯลฯที่ปฏิบัติการโดยผิดกฎหมาย NagaCorp ที่ลงทะเบียนในประเทศฮ่องกงเป็นผู้ให้บริการชาวต่างประเทศเพียงแค่รายเดียวที่มีคาสิโนบังกะโลแบบครบวงจรขนาดใหญ่ในประเทศเขมร มันได้รับใบอนุมัติสัมปทาน 70 ปีสำหรับเพื่อการปฏิบัติการในพนมเปญในปี 1995
เวียดนาม
การเดิมพันคาสิโนในเวียดนามถูกตามกฎหมายเฉพาะสำหรับชาวต่างประเทศและก็ชาวเวียดนามที่มีหนังสือเดินทางต่างชาติ การพัฒนาริมตลิ่งทวีปเอเชียของแคนาดา (ACDL) ได้รับการผลักดันและส่งเสริมจาก Harbinger Capital รวมทั้ง Pinnacle Entertainment PNK.N เป็น บริษัท ฝรั่งเพียงแต่ที่เดียวที่ได้รับเอกสารสิทธิ์ให้สร้างศูนย์การเล่นเกมขนาดใหญ่ในเวียดนามใต้ ACDL มีระบุจะเปิดในระยะแรกของรีสอร์ตโฮตรัมแทรมเมื่อต้นปี 2556 มีสมาคมคาสิโนปริมาณหนึ่งเปิดทำงานในประเทศผ่านบังกะโลระดับห้าดาวและก็รัฐบาลท้องถิ่นบางพื้นที่ได้ผลิใบอนุญาตคาสิโน แม้กระนั้นรัฐบาลแห่งชาติยังมิได้รับประกันการเล่นเกม
มาเลเซีย
เก็นติ้งไฮแลนด์ดำเนินงานโดยเก็นติ้งมาเลเซีย Bhd (GENM.KL) เป็นคาสิโนเพียงแต่ที่เดียวในมาเลเซีย ตั้งอยู่ที่อพาร์เม้นท์บนยอดดอยที่อยู่ห่างจากกัวลาลัมเปอร์ 1 ชั่วโมง
ลาว
ลาวมีคาสิโนที่ได้รับการยินยอมรับราวๆ 30 ที่ซึ่งให้บริการที่ชายแดนไทยรวมทั้งเวียดนาม คาสิโนพวกนี้ถูกควบคุมอย่างบางเบา ไม่มีผู้ประกอบกิจการต่างประเทศรายใหญ่ในขณะนี้
ไต้หวัน
ไต้หวันได้ร่างกฎหมายเพื่ออนุญาตให้มีการสร้างคาสิโนบนเกาะไกลห่าง แต่ว่าการก่อสร้างจะเริ่มได้ก็เมื่อผู้อาศัยในเขตแดนได้อนุมัติผ่านการลงมติมหาชนและก็ข้างนิติบัญญัติล้างข้อบังคับคาสิโน สื่อแคว้นแถลงการณ์ว่ามัตสึนอกริมฝั่งตะวันตกเฉียงเหนือเริ่มคิดแผนอย่างเป็นทางการสำหรับคาสิโนแล้วก็อยากลงมติมหาชนในหัวข้อนี้ก่อนพฤศจิกายน
ประเทศเกาหลีใต้
Kangwon Land ของประเทศเกาหลีใต้ (035250.KS) เป็นคาสิโนที่เดียวที่เปิดให้พลเมืองประเทศเกาหลีใต้ มันตั้งอยู่ในพื้นที่บ้านนอกไกลห่างจากจุดศูนย์กลางเมืองใหญ่ แต่ว่ายังคงล้นหลามกับนักเล่นการพนันประเทศเกาหลีมีคาสิโนต่างประเทศเพียงแต่ 16 ที่ในประเทศประเทศเกาหลีใต้
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My Macau Trip Report 5/1- 5/3!

LONG write up - TLDR - I had a successful Macau trip.
It's a little after 6pm in Macau and I've decided to shut the trip down and relax for the rest of the night. My flight back to Shanghai is tomorrow at 1pm. What an experience it's been so far.
Day 1 - Wednesday I flew into Zhuhai on Wednesday night, and had hoped to catch people heading to the Macau bus, but everyone scattered and there were no tourists to follow. I went to the taxi line, got in a cab, and told the driver 'Macau, Macau'. He looked at me funny and after a minute of us trying to convince each other of something... he finally took off. An hour later, I'm dropped off at this train station looking place, where there's hordes of Asian people trying to cram through the gates. This is the Macau customs inspection point. I manage to get through and hop on a free shuttle bus to the Venetian. Upon my arrival, it's already past 10pm, so I take a look around and grab another taxi to head to my hotel, which is off the strip. Pretty uneventful day 1. I'm just glad I made it to my hotel in one piece lol.
Day 2 - Thursday Couldn't sleep well last night. I woke up at around 8am and decided to head over to the Venetian. I ended up walking, but damn that was a mistake. It's a bit humid for the morning and I'm sweating by the time I get to the casino, which is about 2 miles away. I finally get to the Poker room at around 10am and there's a couple tables running and a list of about 10 people. That's not bad at all! I was expecting it to be busier. I get my name added to the list and now it's time to get some money out.
There were 3 tables going with 50-100NL and 100-200NL. I think the USD to HKD exchange rate is about 1 to 7.85, so these are 6/12NL and 12/24 NL. Min buy for the 50/100 was 5K to 30K ($3,800 USD). The 100/200NL has a 20K min buy with no cap. I put my name down on the 50/100.
I went to the ATM soon after and was only able to pull out 3k HKD at a time. After 5 ATM transactions, I manage to pull out 15k HKD and head back to the poker room, only to find out... I can't buy chips there. So back to the cage I go. LOL. Dammit. Ok, finally seated at the table after a short little wait.
My first day can be summed up in 3 consecutive hands, which I'll get to.
50/100NL, Pre-flop action is typically 300 (first to act). I've seen a 3 bet go anywhere from 900-1.2k (this is HKD of course). I don't have too much experience playing 5/10 so I decided to play ABC and tight. Also, it was difficult to understand exactly how much $$ the pot was so I had to re-program my brain to just go off pot size rather than try to convert this to USD in my head. I think at my highest, I was sitting on 24k ($1.1K profit) and about 11k at the lowest. So all in all, not too bad. Next like 5-6 hours, I'm completely card dead and hovering around 16k. Then comes the trifecta of hands that make my evening.
Hand 1 of 3
I'm starting to get tilted from no action, hungry because I haven't had anything to eat, and dizzy.
Hero - 9s5s on button Villain - is on my direct right, and he's been a solid player all day.
Pre-flop, 1 call, action around to Villain, who pops to the 300, Hero calls, SB calls, MP1 calls. Flop comes 6-6-10 (2 clubs). Checks to villain, who bets pot, 1.2k. I'm so bored out of my mind and energy fading at this point, I call 1.2k. Rest fold, it's heads up. Turn comes an off 8. He leads out for 2.2k. I realize I'm losing my mind, but I have no choice... I count out 2.2k, pause for a bit, then decide to go over the top for 5.2k. It's time to bluff this one or go home. He took about 30 seconds to think. I'm putting him on pocket Js or Qs. River is a off 2. Flush misses. He checks, I announce all-in for remaining ~9k. After about 2 minutes of making me sweat, he folds. I flip it up, cuz I'm feeling re-energized and the whole table explodes in laughter. Villain turns to me and says "a bluff?!" Then I can see his shoulders slouch and he avoids eye contact. Couple Chinese guys come over to give me a fist bump and start asking me where I'm from. I say California. This will be important later.
Hand 2 of 3
Very next hand. Button is now to my left. UTG calls for 100, MP makes it 400 to go, I call 400 with Ad8d, UTG 3 bets to 1.2, MP folds, I call. It's heads up, and one of the Chinese guy says "bluff again!" in broken English.
Flop Ah Qh 8s
UTG Checks around to me, I put in a bet of 1.2k. He raises it to 3.75. I call.
Turn is a off suit 7. No help. He grabs a stack and puts out 5.5k. He started with about 30k so he's got me covered. I take my time and put out 5.5k. Off to the river. River comes 6 off suit, no flush. He pauses for 5 seconds, then announces all in. I have about 12k in front of me and feel sick. I tank for a minute... then convince myself of a call because of one thing. When he sat down, his buddies ridiculed him in Cantonese (I think), which I couldn't understand, but picked up the words bluff, bluff, bluff over and over again. Just went with that piece of info as the icing on the cake and decided to call it off. He doesn't flip right away, so I flip A-8. He tables K-Q a second after.
The entire table goes ape shit. My neighbor says "Hero bluff, Hero call!" One guy starts chanting 'USA, USA', LMAO! More people are talking in English now and interested in talking to me.
Hand 3 of 3
It's the last of the 3 hands before I get up soon after... and it's a bit uneventful, but hilarious nevertheless. I'll make it short, but essentially UTG is tilted and decides to spew the rest of his 7.5k stack off pre-flop. I think he's small or big blind at this point and he goes all in when it comes around.
I have pocket Jacks LOL. Insta-Call. The whole table erupts in laughter again. On a side note, the poker table vibe was very chill versus how it is in US. I don't know if they know each other or not, but the mood is very casual and people make fun of each other. It's hilarious. One guy who spoke poor English told me he thought I was a robot, because they were all crackin jokes and he said I never laughed. When he found out I wasn't Chinese, he was like OHHHHhhh. (I've been told I look Chinese)
Anyways, everyone says face up, so I flip Jacks and UTG decides to play it down. Board runs out 10 high. He turns over pocket Queens! LMAOOOOOO... the mob says money back! money back! Everyone is happy. I can't remember if I play a couple more or not, but decide to color up soon after and go eat dinner. It's 6pm, raining outside... taxi line is about 200 people deep. I walk back in the rain.
Day 3 (Today!) Not as exciting as yesterday, but was another good day. I took a cab to the Wynn... only to find out the Wynn near Venetian doesn't have Poker. The Wynn up north has the Poker room. I didn't know there were 2 Wynn casinos here LOL. WTF. Forget it, I decide to walk back to the Venetian again.
Once I get to the Venetian, 10am and there's a list of 25 people for 50/100. Mother of God... By noon, they still haven't opened any new tables and the list is 60 people deep. Finally, dealers stroll in and they quickly open up 3 new 50/100 tables. I manage to get seated by 1pm. I was #27.
The table today is a lot weaker than the one I played last night. Guys were doing funny things like doubling the blind by the big blind after it gets around, LOL (maybe it was just this one guy). Players had interesting bet sizings. very little aggression. No one tried to steal pots. It was very weak tight gameplay. I was able to push people off pots once my chip stack got bigger.
I ended up cashing out positive again today for a short 3 hour session. For the trip, I played about 10-11 hours. Started with my original 15k HKD and cashed for 64k HKD, for a profit of a little over 49k HKD ($6.2k USD).
On my walk back to the hotel, I managed to find this currency exchange window called P&W, and exchanged everything back to USD. They gave me a pretty good exchange rate, so I'm a bit confused how they make money... oh well.
In summary... it was a good trip. Sorry the write up was long. If an idiot like me can make it to Macau, play poker and make it back... you can too. And you'll probably make money. I literally did little to no research.
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Hong Kong itinerary help? :)

Hi All,
I am heading to Hong Kong in a few weeks with my husband. It is a surprise trip (he doesn't know where we are going) so I have been researching activities etc to do in Hong Kong. Neither of us have visited before! I have compromised an itinerary and would be appreciate if you could give any suggestions or any further recommendations.
We are in our early 30’s and enjoy architecture, art and drinking! I should also add we are staying in Central (at the Pottinger).
Day 1: - Arrive in Hong Kong at 5.20pm - Have an early night and go wondering to Lan Kwai Fong for some dinner
Day 2: - Victoria Peak via the Peak Tram - Lions Pavillion - Victoria Peak Circle Walk - Happy Valley Racecourse in the evening. I read that we can get a spot in the members enclosure – are there any other enclosures available for the general public?
Day 3: - Visit Ocean Park theme park - In the evening catch the star ferry to TST o Avenue of the Stars o Symphony of the Lights o Have dinner and drinks o Temple Market
Day 4: - Day trip to Lantau Island o Ngong Ping Cable car o Ngong Ping 360 Village o Big Buddha o Tai O Fishing Village o Drinks at the Heritgage Hotel
Day 5: - Day trip to Macau o Visit Taipa village o Senado Square o Macau Tower o St Pauls Ruins - In the evening check out some of the casinos o The Venetian o The Wynn Palace o Morpheus - Take a ferry back to Hong Kong
Day 6: - During the day: Visit the mid-level escalators - Suggestions???
Day 7: - Shopping day at Causeway Bay - Ride the Ding Dong Tram - Try the street food on Houston Street - Visit Times Square
Day 8: - Maybe High Tea at the Peninsula? - Any other suggestions?
Day 9: - Visit the Gagosian Art Gallery in the morning - Depart from Hong Kong at 8.10pm
Thanking you in advance.
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SA CASINO คาสิโนในมาเก๊าที่ดีระดับโลกในปีนี้

SA CASINO คาสิโนในมาเก๊าที่ดีระดับโลกในปีนี้
SA CASINO มาเก๊า (หรือที่รู้จักกันในชื่อมาเก๊า) เป็นเมืองหลวงที่การเล่นเกมของทวีปเอเชียมายาวนาน ในอดีตกาลคาสิโนถูกถือครองโดย Stanley Ho แต่แล้วเมื่อตอนปี 2002 ยุคสมัยใหม่ของมาเก๊าเริ่มขึ้น รัฐบาลจีนก้าวเข้ามารวมทั้งหยุดการมัดขาดและก็เปิดประตูให้กับนักลงทุนรายใหม่หลายชิ้นรวมทั้งฝรั่งที่นำเงินพันล้านดอลลาร์ไปยังเกาะ (มาเก๊ามีคาสิโนอย่างต่ำ 34 ที่)
คาสิโน Venetian Macau, Sands Macau รวมทั้ง Wynn Macau เป็นเยี่ยมสำหรับในการทำงาน mega ปัจจุบันที่คุณสามารถเพลิดเพลินใจกับเกมนานัปการตั้งแต่เครื่องสล็อตเบื้องต้นไปจนกระทั่งโป๊กเกอร์ตะบองรูเล็ตแล้วก็บาติดอยู่ร่า
SA CASINO
คาสิโนยังนำ 'ความเบิกบานใจครั้งใหญ่' ห้องอาหารแล้วก็แหล่งช้อปปิ้งสุดหรูมาเก๊าด้วยแบรนด์ระดับไฮเอนด์รวมทั้งชื่อต่างแดนยกตัวอย่างเช่น Cartier, Dior Chanel รวมทั้ง Vivienne Westwood, Louis Vuitton รวมทั้ง Rolex
ยังมีอพาร์เม้นท์หลายที่ในมาเก๊าที่รองรับครอบครัวรวมทั้ง / หรือธุรกิจด้วยเหตุนี้ก็เลยไม่มีการเดิมพัน แม้กระนั้นมาเก๊าเป็นเกาะเล็กเกาะน้อยๆและก็คนที่อยากได้เสี่ยงดวงสามารถหาคาสิโนได้อย่างง่ายดาย
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City of Dreams ตั้งอยู่ตรงกันข้ามกับคาสิโน Venetian Macao ของคู่ปรับบน Cotai Strip ยอดเยี่ยมในจุดหมายการเล่นเกมที่พิเศษที่สุดของมาเก๊า ด้วยเครื่องจักรมากยิ่งกว่า 1,000 รายการและก็โต๊ะเล่นเกมมากยิ่งกว่า 350 โต๊ะ (เกม เช่น บาติดอยู่ร่า, กางล็คแจ็ก, รูเล็ต, แกนค้างยึดเบียน, แครป, โป๊กเกอร์สามใบ, บาติดอยู่ร่าสามใบ, การศึกคาสิโน, แฟนตัน)
The City of Dreams มีอะไรให้ท่านเลือกจำนวนมาก: อย่าพลาดการแสดงบนเวทีที่มีคนพูดถึงเยอะที่สุดในเมือง House of Dancing Water (สร้างโดย Franco Dragone ผู้สร้างเครื่องดื่มที่ได้รับรางวัลหลายรางวัล) และก็ Dragon's Treasure - ประสบการณ์มัลติมีเดีย 10 นาทีซึ่งประกอบไปด้วยวิดีโอความละเอียดสูงคะแนนดนตรีที่กว้างแล้วก็ไฟ แอลอีดี เล่นละครมากยิ่งกว่า 29,000 ดวง) .
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Lisboa Hotels Complex ในใจกึ่งกลางมาเก๊าพรีเซนเทชั่นการประสมประสานของบรรยากาศคาสิโนแบบเก่ากับความสบายสบายหรูหรา บังกะโล Lisboa แล้วก็คาสิโนเริ่มแรกเป็นเยี่ยมในคาสิโนที่โบราณที่สุดในมาเก๊าที่มีประวัติย้อนไปไปถึงปี 1970 ผู้ครอบครองโดย Stanley Ho ผู้ประกอบธุรกิจมาเก๊าเป็นผู้ให้บริการคาสิโนก่อนหน้านี้ที่ผ่านมา Grand Lisboa แบบใหม่ได้รับการชี้แนะให้รู้จักกับกรุ๊ปเมื่อเร็วๆนี้และก็ตั้งอยู่ต่อจากประตู มันได้แปลงเป็นไอคอนของเกาะที่มีตึกรูปดอกบัวที่เป็นเอกลักษณ์
ด้วยเครื่องสล็อตมากยิ่งกว่า 700 เครื่องที่นักเสี่ยงโชคสามารถเริ่มพนันได้ต่ำถึงสองเซ็นต์ห้องเล่นเกมยังมีบาติดอยู่ร่า, รูเล็โคนเมริกัน, ค้างยึดเบียนสตั๊ดโป๊กเกอร์รวมทั้งกางล็กแจ็กบนโต๊ะบวก 240 นอกจากนั้นยังเป็นที่รู้จักในด้านการจัดการชิงชัยโป๊กเกอร์ที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดในทวีปเอเชีย สิ่งที่ไม่สมควรพลาดสำหรับคนที่พึงพอใจศิลป์วัตถุสวยของจีนเป็นล็อบบี้ของ Hotel Lisbao คุณจะสนเท่ห์ใจกับคอลเล็กชันส่วนตัวอันกว้างใหญ่ซึ่งเป็นของ Mr Ho เอง
MGM Grand Macau
คาสิโนที่ MGM Grand Macau Hotel พรีเซนเทชั่นโอกาสที่มีเหตุผลจากเกมบนโต๊ะหลายร้อยเกมรวมทั้งเครื่องสล็อตโดยประมาณ 1,000 เครื่องในพื้นที่ 222,000 ตารางฟุตซึ่งมีพื้นที่ต่างระดับ ส่วนหนึ่งส่วนใดของ Pansy Ho ซึ่งเป็นบุตรสาวของสแตนลีย์ MGM Grand Macao เปิดในปี 2550 รวมทั้งสร้างราคา 1.25 พันล้านดอลลาร์ มันนับว่าเป็นหนึ่งในคาสิโนที่ใหญ่ที่สุดบนเกาะ
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เล่นแล้วก็สนุกสนานไปกับภาพที่สวยภาพวาดแล้วก็การแกะสลักของสฟิงซ์แล้วก็รูปปั้นชาวอียิปต์โบราณที่ Palace Casino ของฟาโรห์คาสิโนแนวแรกในมาเก๊า เซอร์วิสอพาร์ทเม้นท์ที่นี้มีสามชั้นกว้างใหญ่ใน Landmark Hotel แล้วก็ให้ความบันเทิงกับผู้คนด้วยเกมและก็สล็อตตั้งแต่กางล็คแจ็คไปจนกระทั่งปลาปูกุ้งปูรวมทั้งสตั๊ดโป๊กเกอร์ แหล่งช้อปปิ้งเป็นที่ตั้งของแบรนด์ชั้นหนึ่งสุดยอดจำนวนมากรวมทั้ง Patek Phillippe และก็ Franck Muller สำหรับตัวเลือกการทานอาหารลูกค้าจะไม่ผิดหวังกับความมากมายหลากหลายของของกินโลกเป็นต้นว่าจีนประเทศญี่ปุ่นแล้วก็ยุโรป
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Coronavirus Shuts Macau, the World’s Gambling Capital

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 83%. (I'm a bot)
Officials in the Chinese city of Macau on Tuesday asked its 41 casinos to close for half a month as they rush to stop the coronavirus outbreak afflicting China and the region.
The authorities said 10 people in Macau have been sickened by the pneumonialike illness, among them a hotel employee at Galaxy Casino, one of the city's busiest gambling establishments.
In more recent years, the biggest American casino operators like Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands Corporation have come to rely on their towering outposts in Macau.
Wynn Resorts, until recently run by casino mogul Steve Wynn, owns three properties in Macau.
The shift coincided with Lunar New Year, the most lucrative time for Macau casinos, and the city has already seen visits drop by 80 percent, according to Fitch Ratings.
Mr. Lobo, the consultant, who has lived in Macau for 25 years and has worked for the Macau government and the Venetian, visited some of the biggest casinos in Macau on Monday.
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No Frills DFS - Dealing with Burnout

Yesterday I should have seen all the warning signs. I kept drifting out of it while doing research and eventually stopped entirely to scratch an itch to "finally watch Man of Steel" -a movie I've never before cared about and didn't care about as I watched it. For reference, my girlfriend and I don't even own a television. After about 15 minutes I realized I wasn't even watching the movie but just playing with my phone and more just listening to sound effects in the background. I had no idea what was going nor was I bothered to find out. Instead of realizing I was experiencing burnout and unregistering what I could and setting an ideal lineup for the rest, I instead decided that maybe it's for the best I haven't seen any of the modern Superman films and took a nap.

None of this was typical behavior for me.

I normally love researching sports data, in fact, I did it even before I ever played DFS. Fangraphs was my default landing page on my browser in college. I used to spend days on end projecting baseball outcomes just for fun. I'm the kind of guy who reads a biography on Napoleon, finds details lacking and then will spend 12 hours straight pouring through online archives of statistics compiled by battlefield surgeons during the Napoleonic Wars because the author didn't give me a satisfactory level of insight into how prevalent bayonets were in actual combat. See, I'm already getting off topic, the point is that I have basically no interest in films like Superman and love absorbing deep and nuanced data. I also never take naps. Something was clearly afoot but I failed to recognize it.

Bayonet wounds compromised 2% of recorded wounds in Napoleonic warfare if you were wondering.

What I should have noticed was days earlier I forgot to check in around lock for PGA to scour the site for overlay, bad players making h2hs, or generally weak fields as I normally do.

I also ignored that recently I'd not been paying as much attention and doing things like forgetting to double check on guys who were probable.

Tellingly, I also didn't know Boban was starting. I literally passed off all the Boban chatter as sarcastic and never bothered to consider people were being serious.

And earlier that morning, I forgot to double check on my soccer lineups so had some guys on the bench on my team.

All of this was ignored. Sure enough, still in this DFS malaise, I not only don't set a real dummy lineup but don't even bother to check in on it before lock. By the time I realize what's going on, some of the games had already started and sure enough, I had button mashed in the backup NJ goalie in my dummy lineup. I normally put in a strong dummy lineup because it helps introduce the upcoming slate to me before I start research in earnest.

This phenomenon is called burnout. It costs me money every couple months when it appears. It likely does the same to you. You've probably often seen the gpp lineups that never got filled or when someone starts someone against you in h2h that was ruled out long before lock - that's almost always burnout you are witnessing.

The key is catching it before it hurts you financially. This is easier said than done. Despite all the warning signs poking me right in the face, I just ignored a series symptoms as unrelated events. A few times I even asked myself if it was happening but convinced myself that wasn't the case. It wasn't until the financial consequences became meaningful that the gravity of the situation had set in and I was able to accept what was going on.

Fortunately for me, the upcoming hockey and basketball slates are very weak so it's easy to fade. It'd be a lot more tempting to just continue playing through it if there weren't only 3 NBA games today. That's my first step in my process of getting out of burnout. I'm still going to play, but instead of having multiple lineups in each slate, I'll switch it up to a single lineup put in sparingly for a fraction of the amount I normally play. I've personally found it's best for me to stay involved, just not for stakes of any significance. I won't start playing with a normal amount again until I find myself naturally and eagerly wanting to research the upcoming slate.

Burnout was always much easier to deal with during my poker days. In fact, it never was a major problem for me to the extent that it hurts my DFS. I think the reason for this would be that poker requires active involvement whereas DFS is more like a Ronco product with a set it and forget it. It allows you passively partake, something that enables you to keep going on when you really shouldn't. Playing shitty poker takes just as much effort as good poker, playing shitty DFS takes up no time at all whereas one could otherwise spend an entire day preparing for it.

When I was playing online poker, it was a very simple matter, I'd realize I had no interest in what I was doing and just log out of each table once my big blind came around. I'd then try to spend a bit more time outdoors. I'd go for a walk or a hike and if that wasn't enough, the next day I'd pack up some things and go on a trip. However, with us all having 9-5 jobs, you can't just phone in to the office and say you need some time off to relax and confront your burnout :). So these days it's just a matter of staying involved by playing for like $1 and wait for the urge to research comes back. No road trips to Moab, Utah or days on the beach.

Sooner or later I'd start feeling that itch again and things would be back to normal. When I was playing live it was another matter. Usually being in Macau, there wasn't really all that much for hiking or camping on a congested island. Furthermore, never being a permanent resident there, each day I was there I was paying for rent back home and a hotel room/airbnb over there - in essence, burnout simply ate into my ROI. I'd view time not spent at the tables as time that was wasted so I created a one day break with a test afterwards to determine whether I kept playing or packed up and went home.

So when I began not feeling like myself at the tables from these constant high stakes sessions, I made a habit of hitting up the Clube Militar De Macau. This was a fascinating place, it used to be where the Portugese Military hung out during the colonial era and these days it's just an out of place building surrounded by the older casinos, an alley of Philipino tranny hookers and fake jewelry shops that pretend to sell you stuff but really just give you unofficial cash advances on your credit card. I always got a kick out of that, all the pomp and circumstance which used to encompass that building and the people who used to occupy it... always wondered what they'd think if they knew it's become a derelict just barely hanging onto survival with a very reasonably priced lunch buffet. Without fail, it's always empty.

I'd sit down and order a Vinha D'Alhos along with a bottle of wine and just soak up the setting, think about my recent play and keep drinking until I thought about something else. Sometimes, I'd need to get a second or third bottle of wine. Then I'd go on a walk through the old city, see the free standing wall that remains of the old cathedral and then loop back around and hit up the evil empire of degeneracy that is the Cystal Palace Casino.

Now Macau has many casinos, some were big in the past that are largely empty today, others are modern and luxurious ones that are crowded today. The Crystal Palace is neither of those. It's a tiny little place crammed into 2 rooms on the 3 floor of the Hotel Lisboa, not to be confused with the Grand Lisboa, which is across the street. While most of Macau is baccarat and high stakes (most places the min bet is over $50), the Crystal Palace fills a little niche of broke degenerates offering min bets for less than $10. This is where I'd happily take the amount I'd normally play in blinds in a single orbit and stretch it out over several hours of mindlessness. I'd start off with Blackjack and then once too inebriated to be counting accurately (like with burnout, probably never realized until well after it'd begun) I'd then switch it up and play baccarat as no amount of drunkeness can screw that up because there's no way to impact the outcome one bit. They will however let you touch, bend and play with the cards, which can actually be fun after a couple drinks.
Afterwards, I'd head back to the hotel and lay down in bed listening to my current audiobook - usually science fiction. I'd drink plenty of water, eat some healthy food and get very well rested and sleep for a very long time. The next morning I'd again hit up the Crystal Palace, but this time go straight to the poker room and get on the list. After an hour or two playing the low stakes poker they offer, I'd make a decision over whether I was still feeling it or rather thinking of blackjack and baccarat. If I was back in the mood for poker, then I'd head off to the Wynn or another casino with a poker room. If I wasn't, then I'd cash out, book tickets home and play more baccarat and blackjack until it was time to leave for my flight.

That's really how I could tell whether or not I was still going through burnout. If I felt more attracted to much more mindless and instant gratification pit games than grinding away at the poker tables. For DFS, there is no real active involvement, so I don't have that indicator. It's much more subtle. It's a lot harder to detect when burnout is occuring, and it's much more difficult to confront. Since poker is active, I just had to do something else and wait for my desire to return. But for DFS, there's always that "oh I should set some lineups" mentality that's basically automatic process for most people. For many of us, a day without setting lineups is like a day without lunch, it may happen, but it feels abnormal and while one can sit down and play poker when not into it, DFS is orders of magnitude easier to passively do and that's the danger, that you could be burning ROI before realizing you are burning.

So whenever you start feeling different, be it getting bored while doing research, wanting to play some baccarat or oddly have a desire to watch Man of Steel, try to pay attention to it and reconsider whether or not you should be playing DFS for more than a token amount that day. It's easier said than done, but recognizing burnout and taking proactive steps to limit the damage are essential for any sustained DFS grind in which we all partake.

I still have yet to find a new way to bring my mind back into the game, which is the primary reason I'm writing about it here. I'm hoping this can help. Most likely though, I'll just wait it out and sometime soon be thinking hard about researching Harden's game time status again, and then I'll know it's safe to play again.
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Macau Poker?

I live in Macau, (a mod on the Macau subreddit!), and a few weeks back saw a lot of people around the city wearing "Poker Star" jackets. I googled and see that there was a poker tournament in town.
Is Macau becoming a destination for people from around the world to come and play poker? I did not realize the casinos here had a large poker scene going, seems I always see everyone playing baccarat.
Any poker redditors ever come here to play?
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(8/2) - Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

Good morning traders of the StockMarket sub! Welcome to Thursday! Here are your pre-market stock movers & news this morning-

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YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP:

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YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($AAPL $TSLA $CAT $SQ $CHK $SHOP $BIDU $STX $IQ $SOGO $AKS $X $BP $PG $ON $ATVI $PFE $WYNN $FIT $TEVA $FDC $TNDM $MRO$WLL $ANET $L $LL $FTR $SLCA $CMI $ILMN $REGN $SNE $W $IOTS $P $APRN $SEDG $BAH $RIG $EXEL $GPRO $NVRO $TTWO)
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THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($TEVA $W $APRN $REGN $DWDP $MGM $ICPT $CI $AET $CTSH $DUK $RCL $YUM $HFC $MZOR $K $AMCX $CLX $CNQ $SFM $YRCW $GPN$APO $AVP $BDX $WRK $NRG $ABC $FND $EPAM $ZTS $VAC $ADAP $ICE $IDCC $PWR $PH $WLK $WEX $STOR $THS $PF $CNSL $CRS)
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THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

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THIS MORNING'S INSIDER TRADING FILINGS:

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • TSLA
  • SQ
  • TEVA
  • W
  • MGM
  • FEYE
  • BABA
  • ETP
  • K
  • ETE
  • MZOR
  • DXCM
  • FIT
  • EXAS
  • REGN
  • RACE
  • RRGB
  • YUM
  • FTNT
  • ALNY
  • JD
  • RCL
  • CI
  • ICE
  • TRIP
  • ATVI
  • DWDP
  • ICPT
  • CENX
  • VXX

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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DowDupont – The chemicals maker reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.37 per share, 7 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also beating forecasts. The company also said it has now realized nearly $900 million in cost savings since the merger of Dow and DuPont last year.

STOCK SYMBOL: DWDP

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Cigna – The health insurer earned an adjusted $3.89 for the second quarter, above the consensus estimate of $3.33, while revenue beat forecasts as well. Cigna was helped by higher membership numbers and increased premiums.

STOCK SYMBOL: CI

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Tesla – Tesla lost $3.06 per share for its latest quarter, more than the loss of $2.92 per share that analysts had projected. The automaker's revenue beat estimates, and the automaker said it expects profitability on a GAAP basis during the second half of the year.

STOCK SYMBOL: TSLA

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Nike – The athletic footwear maker was rated "overweight" in new coverage at Morgan Stanley, which said Nike is in position to take more market share in a high growth global activewear market, and that it is successfully transitioning from a traditional business into a retail technology company.

STOCK SYMBOL: NKE

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Starbucks – Starbucks struck a partnership deal with China e-commerce giant Alibaba to deliver its coffee in Chinese cities.

STOCK SYMBOL: SBUX

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Sonos – Sonos priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, below the target range of $17 to $19 a share. The wireless speaker maker raised $38.3 million in the offering, and the shares will begin trading today on the Nasdaq.

STOCK SYMBOL: SONO

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Teva Pharmaceutical – Teva posted beats on both the top and bottom lines for its latest quarter, and raised its full-year forecast. However, sales of its flagship multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone fell nearly 50 percent in North America due to generic competition.

STOCK SYMBOL: TEVA

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Regeneron Pharmaceuticals – The drugmaker reported adjusted quarterly profit of $5.45 per share for its latest quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $4.70 a share. Revenue also beat forecasts, as sales of Regeneron's flagship eye treatment Eylea rose eight percent in the U.S. and 13 percent globally.

STOCK SYMBOL: REGN

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Yum Brands – The parent of KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut earned an adjusted 82 cents per share for the second quarter, eight cents above estimates. Revenue also topped forecasts, but a same-store sales increase of one percent was shy of the 1.98 percent consensus estimate as fewer customers ate at Pizza Hut locations.

STOCK SYMBOL: YUM

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Wynn Resorts – Wynn reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.53 per share, short of the consensus $1.96 a share estimate. The hotel and casino operator's revenue also missed forecasts, although it did see stronger results from its Wynn Palace property in Macau.

STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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CBS – CBS has retained two law firms to investigate allegations of improper behavior against Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves.

STOCK SYMBOL: CBS

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T-Mobile – T-Mobile beat estimates by 5 cents a share, with quarterly profit of 92 cents per share. The wireless carrier's revenue fell short of forecast. T-Mobile also added 686,000 new wireless subscribers during the quarter, more than Wall Street was anticipating.

STOCK SYMBOL: TMUS

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TripAdvisor – TripAdvisor came in 2 cents a share above estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 41 cents per share. The travel website operator's revenue came up short of Street forecasts. Traffic on TripAdvisor-branded websites and apps was up 10 percent from a year earlier.

STOCK SYMBOL: TRIP

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Square – Square reported adjusted quarterly profit of 13 cents per share for the second quarter, 2 cents a share above estimates. The mobile payments company's revenue also beat estimates, however Square issued weaker-than-expected current-quarter guidance.

STOCK SYMBOL: SQ

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JPMorgan Chase – JPMorgan said it is among the financial firms being probed by the Securities and Exchange Commission for their handling of American Depositary Receipts between 2011 and 2015. The bank said it is cooperating with the investigation.

STOCK SYMBOL: JPM

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U.S. Steel – U.S. Steel beat estimates by 33 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.46 per share. Revenue topped forecasts, as well. The company boosted prices and lifted production following the imposition of tariffs on imported steel in March.

STOCK SYMBOL: X

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Yum China – Yum China came in three cents above estimates with quarterly earnings of 33 cents per share, although the China-based restaurant operator's revenue was slightly shy of forecasts. Comparable store sales fell a greater than expected one percent, with analysts having anticipated a 0.6 percent decline.

STOCK SYMBOL: YUMC

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Barclays – Barclays saw profits nearly triple for the second quarter, coming in above analysts' estimates, and the British bank will pay a greater-than-expected dividend.

STOCK SYMBOL: BCS

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Walmart – Walmart was sued by Silicon Valley-based Zest Labs for $2 billion. Zest claims Walmart stole its technology designed to extend the shelf life of produce. Walmart said it respects the intellectual property rights of others and would respond to the complaint in court.

STOCK SYMBOL: WMT

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Fitbit – Fitbit reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss, on stronger than expected sales of its newer smartwatches.

STOCK SYMBOL: FIT

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What are the best casinos in Macau?

Top 5 Best Casinos in Macau you can visit:
Ponte 16 is the only entertainment venue located in the cultural hub of the Inner Harbour, forming part of the ‘Historic Center of Macau’ area.
The Grande Lisboa Hotel occupies an iconic modern building in the heart of Macau, with easy access to the city’s various sights and experiences. The Hotel’s golden lotus-shaped tower is a distinctive landmark and the tallest building in Macau, rising out of a huge dome and lit a variety of colors at night
The Hotel Lisboa, sitting across the street from the Grand Lisboa, was built in the 1970s and for decades remained the most famous entertainment venue in Asia.
The Wynn Macau brings a touch of American style to the Far East, with a meticulous attention to detail and a stunning Performance Lake running shows every five minutes, all day, in front of the main entrance.
The MGM Macau, run by MGM Resorts International and occupying some prime waterfront property in the burgeoning center of the Nam Van district, offers unparalleled entertainment from a global name.
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CEOs, investors, and entrepreneurs are among those named in the college admissions cheating scandal — here are the 22 business leaders who've been charged by the FBI

  1. Gregory Abbott: founder and chairman of a food and beverage packaging company.
  2. Gamal Abdelaziz: former president and executive director of Wynn Macau Ltd, a developer and operator of high-end hotels and casinos. He resigned from his role in October 2016.
  3. Diane Blake: an executive at a retail merchandising firm in California.
  4. Todd Blake: an entrepreneur and investor based in California.
  5. Jane Buckingham: founder and CEO of Trendera, a marketing company with offices in New York and Los Angeles that specializes in trend forecasting, brand strategy, and generational research.
  6. I-Hin "Joey" Chen: operator of a provider of warehousing and related services for the shipping industry.
  7. Robert A. Flaxman: co-founder, CEO, and president of Crown Realty & Development Inc., which is headquartered in Costa Mesa, California.
  8. Manuel A. Henriquez: founder, chairman, and CEO of Hercules Capital, a publicly traded specialty finance company.
  9. Douglas Hodge: former CEO of Pacific Investment Management Co. He retired from the position in 2017.
  10. Agustin Huneeus: co-founder of the Quintessa vineyard estate in Napa Valley and involved in a variety of other winery projects.
  11. Bruce Isackson: president of WP Investments, a California-based commercial real estate investment, development, and property management company.
  12. Michelle Janavs: former executive of a large food manufacturer.
  13. Elisabeth Kimmel: director of First Busey Corporation and owner and president of Midwest Television.
  14. Marjorie Klapper: co-owner of a jewelry business in California.
  15. Toby MacFarlane: a former senior executive at a title insurance company.
  16. Bill McGlashan: founder and managing partner of TPG Growth and co-founder and CEO of The Rise Fund.
  17. Marci Palatella: founder of Preservation Distillery and CEO of international spirits and wine distributor.
  18. Peter Jan Sartorio: president and co-founder of Elena's Food Specialties, which manufactures and markets natural and organic frozen food.
  19. Stephen Semprevivo: general manager and growth/strategy executive at Cydcor, a major provider of outsourced sales services.
  20. Devin Sloane: founder and general manager of aquaTECTURE LLC, a technology and investment firm focused on water.
  21. John Wilson: founder and CEO of a private equity and real estate development firm.
  22. Robert Zangrillo: founder, chairman, and CEO of Dragon Global, a private investment company focused on venture capital and real estate investments.
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10/27 Friday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the StockMarket sub! Happy Friday to all of you! Here are your pre-market stock market movers & news this morning-

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STOCK FUTURES NOW:

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YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP:

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YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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NEXT WEEK'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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NEXT WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($AMD $AMZN $GOOGL $MSFT $V $BA $INTC $MCD $CAT $HAL $CMG $STX $LMT $T $HAS $GM $F $BIDU $TWTR $GILD $CELG)
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THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($XOM $ABBV $CVX $MRK $PSX $CL $COL $SHPG $COG $PDS $GT $NRZ $MDXG $GBX $WY $HUN $LYB $CCJ $TRU $B $AAN)
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THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

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THIS MORNING'S INSIDER TRADING FILINGS:

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • UGAZ
  • AMZN
  • INTC
  • GOOGL
  • DGAZ
  • MSFT
  • BIDU
  • TSLA
  • GOOG
  • MAT
  • M
  • ABBV
  • XOM
  • FSLR
  • MACK
  • EXPE
  • NRZ
  • CVS
  • ENDP
  • INSY
  • HUN
  • OPNT
  • AET

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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Merck – The drugmaker earned an adjusted $1.11 per share for the third quarter, beating estimates by eight cents a share. Revenue did fall short of forecast, however. Merck reported a nearly tripling of sales for its cancer drug Keytruda, but also said a cyberattack during the quarter impacted its overall revenue.

STOCK SYMBOL: MRK

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J.C. Penney – The retailer cut its full-year forecast as it accelerates a revamping of its inventory, particularly in the women's department. It said that effort is already resulting in improved performance.

STOCK SYMBOL: JCP

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AbbVie – The drugmaker reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.41 per share, three cents a share above estimates. Revenue was in line with expectations. The company also increased its quarterly dividend to 71 cents from 64 cents, a jump of 11 percent, and boosted its forecast for sales of its key rheumatoid arthritis drug Humira.

STOCK SYMBOL: ABBV

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Colgate-Palmolive – The consumer products maker matched estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of 73 cents per share, while revenue beat forecasts. The company also raised its projected charges related to its restructuring program.

STOCK SYMBOL: CL

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Amazon.com — Amazon reported quarterly profit of 52 cents per share, compared to the consensus estimate of three cents a share. The online retailer also saw revenue top forecasts, thanks in part to a very successful "Prime Day" as well as increased sales from the acquisition of Whole Foods earlier this year.

STOCK SYMBOL: AMZN

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Alphabet – The Google parent came in well above the consensus estimate of $8.33 per share, reporting quarterly profit of $9.57 per share. The Google parent's revenue also came in above Street forecasts, with stronger-than-expected ad sales and bigger profit margins among the factors helping the bottom line.

STOCK SYMBOL: GOOGL

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Microsoft – Microsoft beat estimates by 12 cents with quarterly earnings of 84 cents per share, with revenue scoring a beat, as well. Microsoft saw increased demand for its cloud computing services during the quarter.

STOCK SYMBOL: MSFT

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Aetna – CVS Health has made a more than $66 billion offer for the insurer, according to Dow Jones, or more than $200 per share. The report said the two sides have been in discussions about a deal for at least two months.

STOCK SYMBOL: AET

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Intel — Intel reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.01 per share, 21 cents a share above estimates. The chipmaker's revenue also exceeded analyst forecasts. Intel raised its full-year outlook on improved performance by its data center business.

STOCK SYMBOL: INTC

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Gilead Sciences – Gilead came in 14 cents a share above consensus forecasts, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.27 per share. The drugmaker's revenue also beat estimates. Gilead's quarter was driven in part by strong sales of its HIV drugs, but investors are concerned about the performance of the company's hepatitis C treatments.

STOCK SYMBOL: GILD

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Expedia – Expedia fell 11 cents a share shy of estimates, reporting quarterly profit of $2.51 per share. The travel website operator's revenue also missed forecasts. Among the factors weighing on Expedia's performance: the quarter's hurricanes, as well as a weaker-than-expected quarter for majority-owned Trivago.

STOCK SYMBOL: EXPE

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Wynn Resorts – Wynn reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.52 per share, coming in nine cents a share above estimates. Revenue beat expectations, as well. The hotel and casino operator was helped by the continuing comeback in the Macau market, among other factors.

STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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Mattel – Mattel missed forecasts by a wide margin, as the toymaker reported adjusted quarterly profit of nine cents per share compared to the consensus estimate of 57 cents a share. It also reported a revenue miss and suspended its dividend. Mattel was hurt – as was competitor Hasbro in its own recent earnings report – by the bankruptcy protection filing of toy retailer Toys R Us.

STOCK SYMBOL: MAT

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Huntsman – Huntsman and Swiss chemical maker Clariant have called off their planned $20 billion merger following opposition from activist investors who maintained that the combination of the two chemical companies would hurt shareholder value.

STOCK SYMBOL: HUN

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Tesla – The automaker will slash orders for model 3 parts from Taiwanese supplier Hota, according to media reports in that country, as it deals with production bottlenecks.

STOCK SYMBOL: TSLA

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Western Digital – Western Digital forecast current quarter revenue below analyst estimates, although the hard disc drive and memory chip maker did beat estimates on both the top and bottom lines for its latest quarter on strong memory chip demand and higher prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: WDC

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Deckers – Deckers said it was unsuccessful in finding a potential buyer even after the footwear maker reached out to 90 potential deal partners. The maker of Ugg boots said it would focus on boosting its performance and enhancing shareholder value.

STOCK SYMBOL: DECK

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Align Technology – Align reported quarterly profit of $1.01 per share, beating the consensus estimate of 82 cents a share. The maker of the Invisalign invisible dental brace system also saw revenue exceed forecasts, with increased Invisalign sales across all its regions.

STOCK SYMBOL: ALGN

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stockAday: can you Wynn or lose? $WYNN

Key Stats for Wynn Resorts, Limited

As an Irishman what could get my heart pumping more than a gambling stock! So how are the chips falling?
Ticker WYNN
Sector Casinos
Latest price $108.57
Value $11,051M
Daily vol $464M
Date 19 September 2016

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Description

Wynn Resorts, Limited is a developer, owner and operator of destination casino resorts that integrate accommodations and a range of amenities, including dining outlets, retail offerings, entertainment theaters and meeting complexes. There are 450+ tables and 700+ slot machines in Macau with another 200+ tables and 1,850 slots in Vegas. Plus there's the new outfit coming in Everett, MA!

Recent financials

The figures say it all :(
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Revenue $4.1bn $5.4bn $5.6bn $5.2bn $5.3bn
EPS $1.92 $7.18 $7.17 $4.82 $4.88
But if you want to know why? Macau saw sales down 35% in 2015 (to $2.5bn) and Vegas was off a little (down 2% to $1.6bn).
The decline is primarily due to the continued weak gaming environment affecting our Macau Operations, which experienced a year-over-year decrease in casino revenues of 35.5% from $3,586.8 million to $2,312.9 million. Our VIP gaming operations drove the Macau Operations casino revenue reduction, with $57.92 billion in VIP turnover for the year ended December 31, 2015, compared to $108.08 billion for the same period of 2014.
Is that the canary in the coal mine for China? Or just that the wealthy are embracing the new president's austere views?

Competition

Let's focus on Macau first
In addition to Wynn Macau SA, each of Sociedade de Jogos de Macau ("SJM") and Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited are primary concessionaires with Sands China Ltd., Melco Crown and MGM China Holdings Limited operating under subconcessions. There is no limit to the number of casinos each concessionaire or subconcessionaire is permitted to operate, but each facility is subject to government approval. Currently, there are 36 operating casinos in Macau.
Oh dear. Sounds like there's overcapacity...
As of December 31, 2015, there were 32,200 hotel rooms, 5,957 table games and 14,578 slot machines in Macau, compared to 12,978 hotel rooms, 2,762 table games and 6,546 slot machines as of December 31, 2006.
So a 2 to 3 fold increase in 10 years.
Now over in Vegas things are decidedly rosier!
During 2015, the average daily room rate increased 2.7% and visitation increased 2.9% to 42.3 million visitors compared to 2014. In addition, Las Vegas Strip resorts experienced 2015 year-over-year increases of 0.6% and 3.3% in occupancy and revenue per available room, respectively.
Companies Latest Sales Operating Profit Return on Equity
Wynn Resorts, Limited $3,999M 24% N/A
Las Vegas Sands Corp. $11,122M 32% 24%
MGM Resorts International $8,952M 22% -3%
Red Rock Resorts Inc $1,382M 34% 33%
Penn National Gaming, Inc $2,999M 29% N/A
Churchill Downs, Inc. $1,279M 21% 12%
So margins are good, but not great... and returns are N/A... why? Because WYNN's been so good at returning capital that there really is no equity left to measure returns on equity. Nice!

Cash / Debt?

Wynn Resorts, Limited has $7,345M of net debt. That is 7.8x its latest operating profit. Ooops. So in effect the aggressive pay-outs come with a catch.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
EPS $1.92 $7.18 $7.17 $4.82 $4.88
Cash distribution per share $3.00 $6.26 $7.00 $9.50 $6.50

Wall Street thinks?

The professionals on Wall Street have a $102.54 for Wynn Resorts, Limited and their recommendation to clients is Hold. That implies an downside of 6% to their target.

Valuation

At 28x earnings it's hard to disagree with the brokers. Though, am a little surprised they see such good long-term growth prospects. How can I justify WYNN when RRR is on 18x and PENN on 13x?
View Peers Valuation Forecast PE Long-term Growth Dividend Yield FCF Yield
WYNN.O $11,051M 28x 23% 2% 8%
LVS $46,342M 27x N/A 5% 11%
MGM $14,389M 35x 10% 1% 0%
RRR.O $2,490M 18x 3% 1% 18%
PENN.O $1,113M 13x 5% 0% 6%
CHDN.O $2,488M 25x 12% 1% 8%

Dividends

Wynn Resorts, Limited is forecast to pay a dividend of $2.16 per share, compared with a historic dividend of $2.00 per share. That is a 8% growth. The forecast dividend of $2.16 compares to a forecast EPS of $3.88.

Catalysts

After the horror of 2015, 2016's got back on track and the business is stabilising and EPS is recovering. In the last 3 months the stock price has moved by 8% that compares with a change in the earnings forecasts of +6%. Though on a 1 year view the stock's up 60% with earnings up 20%.
On the management team's latest call with Wall Street brokers they highlighted that Macau's improving and that they'll keep up returning capital to shareholder. They even spoke of the new casino near Boston, finally getting it's construction permits. But the one thing they didn't do was talk guidance. Seems it's just not something they do!
I fear the easy money's been made on WYNN the last 12 months, as folks that believe the earnings would come back got rewarded. So, how do the chips fall from here? Is the next big event, the launch of Boston? Or will we have to bear the capex cost before we see the benefit?
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(8/2) - Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

Good morning traders of the stocks sub! Welcome to Thursday! Here are your pre-market stock movers & news this morning-

Frontrunning: August 2nd

STOCK FUTURES NOW:

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YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP:

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YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($AAPL $TSLA $CAT $SQ $CHK $SHOP $BIDU $STX $IQ $SOGO $AKS $X $BP $PG $ON $ATVI $PFE $WYNN $FIT $TEVA $FDC $TNDM $MRO$WLL $ANET $L $LL $FTR $SLCA $CMI $ILMN $REGN $SNE $W $IOTS $P $APRN $SEDG $BAH $RIG $EXEL $GPRO $NVRO $TTWO)
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THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($TEVA $W $APRN $REGN $DWDP $MGM $ICPT $CI $AET $CTSH $DUK $RCL $YUM $HFC $MZOR $K $AMCX $CLX $CNQ $SFM $YRCW $GPN$APO $AVP $BDX $WRK $NRG $ABC $FND $EPAM $ZTS $VAC $ADAP $ICE $IDCC $PWR $PH $WLK $WEX $STOR $THS $PF $CNSL $CRS)
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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

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THIS MORNING'S INSIDER TRADING FILINGS:

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • TSLA
  • SQ
  • TEVA
  • W
  • MGM
  • FEYE
  • BABA
  • ETP
  • K
  • ETE
  • MZOR
  • DXCM
  • FIT
  • EXAS
  • REGN
  • RACE
  • RRGB
  • YUM
  • FTNT
  • ALNY
  • JD
  • RCL
  • CI
  • ICE
  • TRIP
  • ATVI
  • DWDP
  • ICPT
  • CENX
  • VXX

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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DowDupont – The chemicals maker reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.37 per share, 7 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also beating forecasts. The company also said it has now realized nearly $900 million in cost savings since the merger of Dow and DuPont last year.

STOCK SYMBOL: DWDP

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Cigna – The health insurer earned an adjusted $3.89 for the second quarter, above the consensus estimate of $3.33, while revenue beat forecasts as well. Cigna was helped by higher membership numbers and increased premiums.

STOCK SYMBOL: CI

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Tesla – Tesla lost $3.06 per share for its latest quarter, more than the loss of $2.92 per share that analysts had projected. The automaker's revenue beat estimates, and the automaker said it expects profitability on a GAAP basis during the second half of the year.

STOCK SYMBOL: TSLA

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Nike – The athletic footwear maker was rated "overweight" in new coverage at Morgan Stanley, which said Nike is in position to take more market share in a high growth global activewear market, and that it is successfully transitioning from a traditional business into a retail technology company.

STOCK SYMBOL: NKE

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Starbucks – Starbucks struck a partnership deal with China e-commerce giant Alibaba to deliver its coffee in Chinese cities.

STOCK SYMBOL: SBUX

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Sonos – Sonos priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, below the target range of $17 to $19 a share. The wireless speaker maker raised $38.3 million in the offering, and the shares will begin trading today on the Nasdaq.

STOCK SYMBOL: SONO

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Teva Pharmaceutical – Teva posted beats on both the top and bottom lines for its latest quarter, and raised its full-year forecast. However, sales of its flagship multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone fell nearly 50 percent in North America due to generic competition.

STOCK SYMBOL: TEVA

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Regeneron Pharmaceuticals – The drugmaker reported adjusted quarterly profit of $5.45 per share for its latest quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $4.70 a share. Revenue also beat forecasts, as sales of Regeneron's flagship eye treatment Eylea rose eight percent in the U.S. and 13 percent globally.

STOCK SYMBOL: REGN

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Yum Brands – The parent of KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut earned an adjusted 82 cents per share for the second quarter, eight cents above estimates. Revenue also topped forecasts, but a same-store sales increase of one percent was shy of the 1.98 percent consensus estimate as fewer customers ate at Pizza Hut locations.

STOCK SYMBOL: YUM

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Wynn Resorts – Wynn reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.53 per share, short of the consensus $1.96 a share estimate. The hotel and casino operator's revenue also missed forecasts, although it did see stronger results from its Wynn Palace property in Macau.

STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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CBS – CBS has retained two law firms to investigate allegations of improper behavior against Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves.

STOCK SYMBOL: CBS

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T-Mobile – T-Mobile beat estimates by 5 cents a share, with quarterly profit of 92 cents per share. The wireless carrier's revenue fell short of forecast. T-Mobile also added 686,000 new wireless subscribers during the quarter, more than Wall Street was anticipating.

STOCK SYMBOL: TMUS

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TripAdvisor – TripAdvisor came in 2 cents a share above estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 41 cents per share. The travel website operator's revenue came up short of Street forecasts. Traffic on TripAdvisor-branded websites and apps was up 10 percent from a year earlier.

STOCK SYMBOL: TRIP

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Square – Square reported adjusted quarterly profit of 13 cents per share for the second quarter, 2 cents a share above estimates. The mobile payments company's revenue also beat estimates, however Square issued weaker-than-expected current-quarter guidance.

STOCK SYMBOL: SQ

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JPMorgan Chase – JPMorgan said it is among the financial firms being probed by the Securities and Exchange Commission for their handling of American Depositary Receipts between 2011 and 2015. The bank said it is cooperating with the investigation.

STOCK SYMBOL: JPM

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U.S. Steel – U.S. Steel beat estimates by 33 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.46 per share. Revenue topped forecasts, as well. The company boosted prices and lifted production following the imposition of tariffs on imported steel in March.

STOCK SYMBOL: X

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Yum China – Yum China came in three cents above estimates with quarterly earnings of 33 cents per share, although the China-based restaurant operator's revenue was slightly shy of forecasts. Comparable store sales fell a greater than expected one percent, with analysts having anticipated a 0.6 percent decline.

STOCK SYMBOL: YUMC

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Barclays – Barclays saw profits nearly triple for the second quarter, coming in above analysts' estimates, and the British bank will pay a greater-than-expected dividend.

STOCK SYMBOL: BCS

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Walmart – Walmart was sued by Silicon Valley-based Zest Labs for $2 billion. Zest claims Walmart stole its technology designed to extend the shelf life of produce. Walmart said it respects the intellectual property rights of others and would respond to the complaint in court.

STOCK SYMBOL: WMT

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Fitbit – Fitbit reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss, on stronger than expected sales of its newer smartwatches.

STOCK SYMBOL: FIT

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DISCUSS!

What is on everyone's radar for today's trading day ahead here at stocks?

I hope you all have an excellent trading day ahead today on this Thursday, August 2nd, 2018! :)

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10/27 Friday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the stocks sub! Happy Friday to all of you! Here are your pre-market stock market movers & news this morning-

Frontrunning: October 27

STOCK FUTURES NOW:

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YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP:

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YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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NEXT WEEK'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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NEXT WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($AMD $AMZN $GOOGL $MSFT $V $BA $INTC $MCD $CAT $HAL $CMG $STX $LMT $T $HAS $GM $F $BIDU $TWTR $GILD $CELG)
(CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR!)

THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($XOM $ABBV $CVX $MRK $PSX $CL $COL $SHPG $COG $PDS $GT $NRZ $MDXG $GBX $WY $HUN $LYB $CCJ $TRU $B $AAN)
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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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EARNINGS RELEASES AFTER THE CLOSE TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

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THIS MORNING'S INSIDER TRADING FILINGS:

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • UGAZ
  • AMZN
  • INTC
  • GOOGL
  • DGAZ
  • MSFT
  • BIDU
  • TSLA
  • GOOG
  • MAT
  • M
  • ABBV
  • XOM
  • FSLR
  • MACK
  • EXPE
  • NRZ
  • CVS
  • ENDP
  • INSY
  • HUN
  • OPNT
  • AET

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

(source: cnbc.com)
Merck – The drugmaker earned an adjusted $1.11 per share for the third quarter, beating estimates by eight cents a share. Revenue did fall short of forecast, however. Merck reported a nearly tripling of sales for its cancer drug Keytruda, but also said a cyberattack during the quarter impacted its overall revenue.

STOCK SYMBOL: MRK

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J.C. Penney – The retailer cut its full-year forecast as it accelerates a revamping of its inventory, particularly in the women's department. It said that effort is already resulting in improved performance.

STOCK SYMBOL: JCP

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AbbVie – The drugmaker reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.41 per share, three cents a share above estimates. Revenue was in line with expectations. The company also increased its quarterly dividend to 71 cents from 64 cents, a jump of 11 percent, and boosted its forecast for sales of its key rheumatoid arthritis drug Humira.

STOCK SYMBOL: ABBV

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Colgate-Palmolive – The consumer products maker matched estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of 73 cents per share, while revenue beat forecasts. The company also raised its projected charges related to its restructuring program.

STOCK SYMBOL: CL

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Amazon.com — Amazon reported quarterly profit of 52 cents per share, compared to the consensus estimate of three cents a share. The online retailer also saw revenue top forecasts, thanks in part to a very successful "Prime Day" as well as increased sales from the acquisition of Whole Foods earlier this year.

STOCK SYMBOL: AMZN

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Alphabet – The Google parent came in well above the consensus estimate of $8.33 per share, reporting quarterly profit of $9.57 per share. The Google parent's revenue also came in above Street forecasts, with stronger-than-expected ad sales and bigger profit margins among the factors helping the bottom line.

STOCK SYMBOL: GOOGL

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Microsoft – Microsoft beat estimates by 12 cents with quarterly earnings of 84 cents per share, with revenue scoring a beat, as well. Microsoft saw increased demand for its cloud computing services during the quarter.

STOCK SYMBOL: MSFT

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Aetna – CVS Health has made a more than $66 billion offer for the insurer, according to Dow Jones, or more than $200 per share. The report said the two sides have been in discussions about a deal for at least two months.

STOCK SYMBOL: AET

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Intel — Intel reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.01 per share, 21 cents a share above estimates. The chipmaker's revenue also exceeded analyst forecasts. Intel raised its full-year outlook on improved performance by its data center business.

STOCK SYMBOL: INTC

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Gilead Sciences – Gilead came in 14 cents a share above consensus forecasts, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.27 per share. The drugmaker's revenue also beat estimates. Gilead's quarter was driven in part by strong sales of its HIV drugs, but investors are concerned about the performance of the company's hepatitis C treatments.

STOCK SYMBOL: GILD

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Expedia – Expedia fell 11 cents a share shy of estimates, reporting quarterly profit of $2.51 per share. The travel website operator's revenue also missed forecasts. Among the factors weighing on Expedia's performance: the quarter's hurricanes, as well as a weaker-than-expected quarter for majority-owned Trivago.

STOCK SYMBOL: EXPE

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Wynn Resorts – Wynn reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.52 per share, coming in nine cents a share above estimates. Revenue beat expectations, as well. The hotel and casino operator was helped by the continuing comeback in the Macau market, among other factors.

STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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Mattel – Mattel missed forecasts by a wide margin, as the toymaker reported adjusted quarterly profit of nine cents per share compared to the consensus estimate of 57 cents a share. It also reported a revenue miss and suspended its dividend. Mattel was hurt – as was competitor Hasbro in its own recent earnings report – by the bankruptcy protection filing of toy retailer Toys R Us.

STOCK SYMBOL: MAT

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Huntsman – Huntsman and Swiss chemical maker Clariant have called off their planned $20 billion merger following opposition from activist investors who maintained that the combination of the two chemical companies would hurt shareholder value.

STOCK SYMBOL: HUN

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Tesla – The automaker will slash orders for model 3 parts from Taiwanese supplier Hota, according to media reports in that country, as it deals with production bottlenecks.

STOCK SYMBOL: TSLA

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Western Digital – Western Digital forecast current quarter revenue below analyst estimates, although the hard disc drive and memory chip maker did beat estimates on both the top and bottom lines for its latest quarter on strong memory chip demand and higher prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: WDC

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Deckers – Deckers said it was unsuccessful in finding a potential buyer even after the footwear maker reached out to 90 potential deal partners. The maker of Ugg boots said it would focus on boosting its performance and enhancing shareholder value.

STOCK SYMBOL: DECK

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Align Technology – Align reported quarterly profit of $1.01 per share, beating the consensus estimate of 82 cents a share. The maker of the Invisalign invisible dental brace system also saw revenue exceed forecasts, with increased Invisalign sales across all its regions.

STOCK SYMBOL: ALGN

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I hope you all have an excellent trading day ahead today on this Friday, October the 27th! :)

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Are you going to Wynn or lose? $WYNN

Key Stats for Wynn Resorts, Limited

As an Irishman what could get my heart pumping more than a gambling stock! So how are the chips falling?
Ticker WYNN
Sector Casinos
Latest price $108.57
Value $11,051M
Daily vol $464M
Date 19 September 2016

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Description

Wynn Resorts, Limited is a developer, owner and operator of destination casino resorts that integrate accommodations and a range of amenities, including dining outlets, retail offerings, entertainment theaters and meeting complexes. There are 450+ tables and 700+ slot machines in Macau with another 200+ tables and 1,850 slots in Vegas. Plus there's the new outfit coming in Everett, MA!

Recent financials

The figures say it all :(
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
Revenue $4.1bn $5.4bn $5.6bn $5.2bn $5.3bn
EPS $1.92 $7.18 $7.17 $4.82 $4.88
But if you want to know why? Macau saw sales down 35% in 2015 (to $2.5bn) and Vegas was off a little (down 2% to $1.6bn).
The decline is primarily due to the continued weak gaming environment affecting our Macau Operations, which experienced a year-over-year decrease in casino revenues of 35.5% from $3,586.8 million to $2,312.9 million. Our VIP gaming operations drove the Macau Operations casino revenue reduction, with $57.92 billion in VIP turnover for the year ended December 31, 2015, compared to $108.08 billion for the same period of 2014.
Is that the canary in the coal mine for China? Or just that the wealthy are embracing the new president's austere views?

Competition

Let's focus on Macau first
In addition to Wynn Macau SA, each of Sociedade de Jogos de Macau ("SJM") and Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited are primary concessionaires with Sands China Ltd., Melco Crown and MGM China Holdings Limited operating under subconcessions. There is no limit to the number of casinos each concessionaire or subconcessionaire is permitted to operate, but each facility is subject to government approval. Currently, there are 36 operating casinos in Macau.
Oh dear. Sounds like there's overcapacity...
As of December 31, 2015, there were 32,200 hotel rooms, 5,957 table games and 14,578 slot machines in Macau, compared to 12,978 hotel rooms, 2,762 table games and 6,546 slot machines as of December 31, 2006.
So a 2 to 3 fold increase in 10 years.
Now over in Vegas things are decidedly rosier!
During 2015, the average daily room rate increased 2.7% and visitation increased 2.9% to 42.3 million visitors compared to 2014. In addition, Las Vegas Strip resorts experienced 2015 year-over-year increases of 0.6% and 3.3% in occupancy and revenue per available room, respectively.
Companies Latest Sales Operating Profit Return on Equity
Wynn Resorts, Limited $3,999M 24% N/A
Las Vegas Sands Corp. $11,122M 32% 24%
MGM Resorts International $8,952M 22% -3%
Red Rock Resorts Inc $1,382M 34% 33%
Penn National Gaming, Inc $2,999M 29% N/A
Churchill Downs, Inc. $1,279M 21% 12%
So margins are good, but not great... and returns are N/A... why? Because WYNN's been so good at returning capital that there really is no equity left to measure returns on equity. Nice!

Cash / Debt?

Wynn Resorts, Limited has $7,345M of net debt. That is 7.8x its latest operating profit. Ooops. So in effect the aggressive pay-outs come with a catch.
Metric 2015A 2014A 2013A 2012A 2011A
EPS $1.92 $7.18 $7.17 $4.82 $4.88
Cash distribution per share $3.00 $6.26 $7.00 $9.50 $6.50

Wall Street thinks?

The professionals on Wall Street have a $102.54 for Wynn Resorts, Limited and their recommendation to clients is Hold. That implies an downside of 6% to their target.

Valuation

At 28x earnings it's hard to disagree with the brokers. Though, am a little surprised they see such good long-term growth prospects. How can I justify WYNN when RRR is on 18x and PENN on 13x?
View Peers Valuation Forecast PE Long-term Growth Dividend Yield FCF Yield
WYNN.O $11,051M 28x 23% 2% 8%
LVS $46,342M 27x N/A 5% 11%
MGM $14,389M 35x 10% 1% 0%
RRR.O $2,490M 18x 3% 1% 18%
PENN.O $1,113M 13x 5% 0% 6%
CHDN.O $2,488M 25x 12% 1% 8%

Dividends

Wynn Resorts, Limited is forecast to pay a dividend of $2.16 per share, compared with a historic dividend of $2.00 per share. That is a 8% growth. The forecast dividend of $2.16 compares to a forecast EPS of $3.88.

Catalysts

After the horror of 2015, 2016's got back on track and the business is stabilising and EPS is recovering. In the last 3 months the stock price has moved by 8% that compares with a change in the earnings forecasts of +6%. Though on a 1 year view the stock's up 60% with earnings up 20%.
On the management team's latest call with Wall Street brokers they highlighted that Macau's improving and that they'll keep up returning capital to shareholder. They even spoke of the new casino near Boston, finally getting it's construction permits. But the one thing they didn't do was talk guidance. Seems it's just not something they do!
I fear the easy money's been made on WYNN the last 12 months, as folks that believe the earnings would come back got rewarded. So, how do the chips fall from here? Is the next big event, the launch of Boston? Or will we have to bear the capex cost before we see the benefit?
What's your gamble?
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iCloud signed into last night while asleep, woke up to this. Anyone know what this is or where I should report it to?

http://imgur.com/XO16hZf (screenshot of messages app)
I have since changed my password because I got an email about it as well, but I'm still unsure if that's all I needed to do. Are there other steps I should take to safeguard my phone and computer (Macbook Pro) before I consider this closed?
Thanks
Edit:
I was curious and translated the text, and it seems to be ads for a foreign gaming thing.
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Gaming License: am-vns-010

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Macau trip report & PSA

This was my 2nd time to Macau (poker-related) and I have good news and bad news for anyone considering a trip.
The good news: The games are pretty fishy and if you are a decent player you have a good chance of walking away with a profit. Both this trip and last trip I tripled my original buyin over 3 days. This time, won enough to cover my flight and hotels and still have a profit. Didn't get especially lucky either; there were upswings and downswings but I just played disciplined and aggressive poker. Note that I'm talking about the lowest limits (25 - 50 Hong Kong dollars no limit, which is about $3 - 6 USD) so games may be tougher in 50 - 100 or above.
Most players there are weak-tight. 80% of the time there is no pre-flop raise. Post-flop there is more aggression, but you can profit if you learn which type of fish each player is. Some fold too easily, and some call to easily. Once you determine which is which, easy game. A few are good local regs, mostly TAG's. Just avoid getting in big pots with them if possible.
The bad news: Poker is not profitable for the casinos, so more and more hotels are closing their rooms, limiting the number of tables, and upping the limits. Hotel Lisboa used to have a big room with 50 tables or so, tournaments, and lower limits (10-25 I think). Just recently they closed it all down. Hard Rock Hotel also closed their poker room. The reason is that there is a cap for each hotel on the total number of table games they can have, and baccarat is much more profitable than poker. So hotel owners look at the numbers and are ditching or really cutting back on the poker, replacing them with baccarat tables.
As a result, there are only three hotels left that spread poker: The Venetian, the Wynn, and StarWorld (and this may change so check this thread on 2+2 before you go; click last to go the most recent dated post) http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/200/regional-communities/macau-488/ So that's not much of a problem in itself. My biggest gripe is that they only have 5 to 10 tables each, so the waiting list is always super long. First night at the Venetian, I was 18th on the list and ended up waiting 6 hours. That was the worst; but other times it was always 2+ hours wait. So basically, the best strategy is to put your name on a list (early afternoon, like 2 or 3, is best), go eat, come back, sit down, and stay there all day and all night.
Details and impressions about each place:
Venetian: Terrible service. Rude and super slow; plus estimates for wait time were never accurate. Little to no drink service (all costs money). Play is supposed to be softer here but I didn't notice a difference. Limits: 25-50, 50-100, 100-200; NLHE only (others if there is interest) Rake: 5%, 250 HKD cap
Wynn: Excellent service. They send you a text when your name is on top of the list, so you don't have to sit there waiting. Decent drink service, free unless alcoholic. Play was pretty soft at 25-50. Limits: 25-50 up to 1,000-2,000; apparently they spread the highest in the world here. They also regularly have PLO but I think 100-200 was the lowest. Rake: 5%, 200 HKD cap
StarWorld (Poker King Club): I had high hopes but didn't get to play here. You can call ahead and put your name on the list, but if you're not there within 30 minutes of being called, it's back to the end of the line (which is long). They are the only place with a players card. Limits: 25-50 was the lowest; don't remember how high they went. No Omaha. But they have Sit-N-Go's on Fridays and Saturdays. This is the only "tournament" left in Macau. Rake: Don't know
Another thing - not sure if it was coincidence, but most of my profits on all 3 days came between midnight and 6:00 AM. During the day time there were more nit-regs, and night time is when more tourists came out.
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