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Las Vegas Sands has a Dividend Safety Score of 34. This means that despite its impressive dividend growth to date, investors need to be prepared for the possibility of a dividend cut over the course of a full economic cycle. Las Vegas Sands' dividend appears riskier than most even despite CEO Sheldon Adelson's dedication to the company's generous dividend. In fact, during the last quarterly conference call, he told analysts that "recurring dividends are the cornerstone of our return of capital policy, and we remain committed to increasing those recurring dividends in the future as our cash flows grow." Of course, due to both the cyclical nature of the casino industry's free cash flows, created by massive fluctuations in capex spending (to construct new resorts), even such reassurances don't necessarily provide safety from occasional and painful dividend cuts. For example, in 2015 Wynn Resorts ( WYNN ) slashed its dividend 67% due to falling gaming business in Macau. And keep in mind that Wynn's dependence on Chinese gaming is a lot less than Las Vegas Sands'. Now things might be different if Las Vegas Sands had very low payout ratios, which could provide a safety buffer in bad times. However, as you can see below, the company has been paying out more in dividends than either its earnings or free cash flow (FCF) for the past two years. Source: Simply Safe Dividends Now in fairness to management, that was due to large amounts of spending to finish its newest Macau resorts. With most of that construction done, the company's free cash flow is set to increase substantially in the coming years, even if sales and earnings remain flat. In fact, by 2019, the company's lack of new growth spending will mean FCF of around $3.5 billion from today's revenue levels. That would create a FCF payout ratio of 83%. While that would be technically sustainable, it doesn't leave much safety margin for any future downturns, much less any future growth spending on new Asian resorts. Source: Las Vegas Sands Earnings Presentation Of course, we can't forget that payout ratios aren't the only important measure of dividend safety. We must also consider the strength of Las Vegas Sands' balance sheet, which has nearly $10 billion of outstanding debt. Fortunately, 83% of that debt is coming due in 2020 or later. While that is good news for dividend security in the short term, it also means that the company is likely to face much steeper refinancing costs as interest rates rise in the coming years. Source: Las Vegas Sands Earnings Presentation It's important to remember that the casino industry is very capital intensive, so even Las Vegas Sands' high debt load needs to be put in context. As you can see, compared to its peers, the company's balance sheet is actually quite strong, with much lower leverage ratios. However, because of the cyclical nature of its sales and FCF, even Las Vegas Sands, which has one of the best balance sheets in the industry, is just one credit downgrade from junk bond status.
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