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News & Analysis: MGM Resorts International
The growth Macau saw in 2018 is now gone.
Plans to continue growing could be hampered by its heavy debt load.
But that only kicks the can of a license renewal a little further down the road.
Big gains don't have to come from low-price stocks.
China's decelerating GDP growth is only one of several worrisome trends for the world's top gaming destination.
MGM earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
Despite the company's weak operating results recently, management has a plan to get the business back on track.
This underfollowed pipeline operator, genetic testing company, and gaming stock could score big wins for their investors well before Wall Street takes notice.
Activist investors have been eyeing the casino operator because of its spotty performance.