Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by theshark726, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. Once Cuba is open for business does anyone else thing the casino's are gonna sweep in?
  2. Haha, so true. Vegas is dead, they need a new place to go. China government too strict in Macau.
  3. Eight


    That would be a real test of the people of Cuba. The Casinos have to represent capitalism to them... are they trained to really not like capitalism or are they trained to just say that to keep Castro off their front porches... time will tell...

    Cuba has thousands of miles of pristine beaches I'm told. That is going to be a heck of a draw if they open up for more commerce....
  4. ipatent


    They discovered oil off the Cuban coast a few years ago. That is what this is all about.
  5. nitro


    Varadero is one of the longest stretches of just beach in the world:

    I would love to see Cuba be a hybrid between Israel or Singapore and what it was in it's heyday. In other words, a place of high tech companies and great vacation spot.
  6. I don't believe in buying stuff from developers but if Cuba opens up I'll be right there in line with the rest of 'em.
  7. Cuba is a lovely place.I hope it does not change much. it would be a shame if it were to become like Mexico.
  8. I was in Havana 3 weeks ago, it is the most refreshing vacation from this urban capitalist nightmare that is North America I have ever had.

    If Americans are allowed free reign in Cuba it will be ruined.
  9. I spent 2 weeks in Cuba (mainly in Havana ) in 1991 and it was original and refreshing. I like Cubans their music, women, rum and smokes. Good old times!
    So close to the US and yet so different.
  10. Casino's may take off but I think that would be quite a long term play. Can anyone think of any shorter term benefits that could rise out of this if it happens?
    #10     Apr 21, 2009