Macau gaming revenue grew 11.5% in February, robust growth for the gambling enclave, but investors shouldn't set their sights too high. Now that Macau is nearly six times the size of the Las Vegas Strip, investors shouldn't expect double-digit growth every month. Alison Southwick sat down with analyst Travis Hoium to look at where we should set expectations in Macau and how to play the market now.
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