MGM Resorts (NYSE:MGM) has been a solid performer in gaming, and now that Las Vegas is on the road to recovery, the stock has room to run. But there are risks facing the company, including a slowdown in China, where the company is building a new resort. Gaming analyst Travis Hoium covers the three biggest risks that could face the stock and what numbers investors need to watch out for.
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