Las Vegas Is Back to Its Winning Ways

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The recovery in Las Vegas is gaining steam, and after 6.4% growth in May and 4.3% growth over the past year, the gaming companies there have some room to breathe. MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment have the most to gain, but Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands will benefit as well. In the following video, gaming analyst Travis Hoium covers who will benefit the most from Las Vegas' growth and one stock to stay away from. 

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