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I know some of you savage investors have been waiting for a moment like this

That’s right, Vegas mortgage missed payments have shot up to 8.5% in April, double the number in March and it doesn’t take a market genius to figure things could get much worse this summer if there’s another drastic shutdown. Las Vegas’ unemployment rate, just 3.9 percent in February, shot up to a jaw-dropping 34 percent in April after Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered casinos and other businesses closed in March to help contain the virus’ spread.

It’s true that more casinos are opening, but it’s also true that tourists have cooled on traveling to Sin City since the initial reopening in June. Roughly 350,000 visitors were estimated to be in Clark County casinos Saturday, the lowest Saturday count since casinos reopened on June 4, according to a Monday note from J.P. Morgan analyst Joseph Greff.

Leave some dry powder for real estate. You missed out during the Great Recession, this time you need to get yourself a place to stay during the World Series of Poker month.

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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  1. Who wants to come to Vegas and be mandated by law to wear masks and be separated at the gaming tables by Plexiglass? Vegas is where you go to get away from rules.
    Like every other financial disaster in the country, Vegas is the hardest hit (or in the top 2 or 3) and is the last to recover. I expect the same to occur for the COVID debacle.

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