Full House Resorts (NASDAQ: FLL), a prominent name in the casino and hospitality industry, is headquartered in the iconic city of Las Vegas. The company specializes in owning, managing, and operating various facilities, paving its path in the thriving industry. However, lately, Full House Resorts has been grappling with an unforeseen sharp downfall.

A Closer Look at the Downfall

Over the span of 21 sessions, its stock has plummeted by 28.57%, traveling from $0.65 on July 12, 2023, to $0.75 at 16:23 EST on the afternoon of the following Thursday. This downfall is in stark contrast with a struggling NASDAQ that could only garner a 0.12% gain on Thursday, after facing losses consecutively for two days – Tuesday and Wednesday.

Underperformance Amidst a Stagnant Market

In what seems like a largely stagnant market environment, Full House Resorts seems to be underperforming, closing at $0.11 during its latest trading session. This represents a sharp 49.56% fall from its 52-week high of $0.13.

Concerning Financial Health

As we delve into the financial health of the company, the picture drawn isn’t a pleasant one. The Earnings per Share (EPS) for the twelve trailing month earnings stand at $0.77, whereas, the company’s Return on Equity (ROE), a measure of profitability against shareholders’ equity, exhibits a worrying negative of -26.01%.

Troubled Performance Over Time

Monitoring Full House Resort’s performance over time only magnifies the financial challenges faced by the company. The stock price has sunk much below its 50-day moving average of $0.75 and the 200-day moving average of $0.43. This suggests a severe downward spiral, potentially deterring prospective investors.

Portfolio Losses

Full House Resorts’ portfolio, which includes properties across Mississippi, Colorado, Indiana, Nevada, and Illinois, as well as online sports wagering platforms such as BetOnline, continues to face losses. This could act as a warning to future investors who might be contemplating this investment choice.

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