The Critical Facts About VICI Properties Today

Large-cap Real Estate company VICI Properties has logged a -0.4% change today on a trading volume of 1,361,625. The average volume for the stock is 6,076,912.

VICI Properties is an experiential real estate investment trust that owns one of the largest portfolios of market-leading gaming, hospitality and entertainment destinations, including the world-renowned Caesars Palace. VICI Properties' national, geographically diverse portfolio consists of 29 gaming facilities comprising over 48 million square feet and features approximately 19,200 hotel rooms and more than 200 restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Based in New York, United States the company has 105 full time employees and a market cap of $32,803,119,104. VICI Properties currently offers its equity investors a dividend that yields 4.3% per year.

The company is now trading -8.59% away from its average analyst target price of $37.26 per share. The 20 analysts following the stock have set target prices ranging from $31 to $46, and on average give VICI Properties a rating of buy.

Over the last year, VICI shares have gone up 24.8%, which represents a difference of 35.6% when compared to the S&P 500. The stock's 52 week high is $35.69 per share whereas its 52 week low is $26.23. Based on VICI Properties's average operating margin growth of 5.6% over the last four years, its core business remains strong and its strong stock performance may continue in the long term.

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