Acting on panic never helps investors, but it's still a good idea to question why you're really buying individual investments.
Consider Macau casino operator Melco Crown Entertainment
Here at The Motley Fool, we like to consider both the good and bad sides of an investment, so in this article, so I'm highlighting three of the main bearish arguments on Melco Crown Entertainment today. Be sure to read the bullish side as well, and then weigh in with your own comments below or rate Melco Crown Entertainment inCAPS.
1. Racking up losses
While U.S.-based casino operators like Pinnacle Entertainment
2. Financial risk
Although Melco Crown Entertainment's balance sheet is more conservative than those of its debt-laden peers MGM Resorts
3. China's tightening policies
VIP business makes up a big portion of Macau's business and any weakness in the segment will undoubtedly hamper revenues of Melco and peers like Las Vegas Sands. Although Chinese travel companies like Universal Travel Group
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Fool contributor Dave Mock votes for three as the number of the day. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here. Melco Crown Entertainment is a Global Gains selection. Ctrip.com International is a Hidden Gems recommendation.
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