Las Vegas gaming revenue fell 14% in July, but a closer look at the numbers show that long-term, The Strip is still growing slowly. What investors need to watch is how much people are spending outside the tables, whether high-rollers continue to outperform, and what the impact of online games will be. Those factors will drive Las Vegas gaming companies, which analyst Travis Hoium covers in the video below.
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