Carnival Corp (CCL)
$15.31 0.93 (5.73%)
19:59 EDT CCL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $15.31
Market Cap 9.07B
PE Ratio 3.91
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 51.61M
Day's Range 15.07 - 16.08
52-Week Range 7.80 - 51.94
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (9.47%)
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Picking deep undervalued stocks will pay off in the long-run, as the economy takes its time to fully recover from the pandemic selloff.
Apple, Walmart, Carnival and FedEx were our top stock trades for Wednesday. Let's look at the charts to see what's new setups are in play.
On one hand, Carnival stock has been moving higher thanks to the resumption of international operations. But distinct concerns about the U.S. market make CCL one to wait on for a better discount.
Carnival is taking its first steps toward normalcy, and CCL stock may have calmer waters ahead. Still, remaining risks may curtail growth.
Investors are looking for value wherever they can find it. One of the tried-and-true ways to find cheap stocks to buy is to look for contrarian plays.
Cruiselines are still under the pump because of the pandemic. But CCL stock is trading unusually low despite having adequate finances till the end of 2021. If you can stomach a bit of risk, then you should go ahead and initiate a small position in the stock, since FAANGs are trading at exceptional multiples.
Before the novel coronavirus, there was little to recommend CCL stock. Now, it's an imperiled investment in an endangered industry.
Apple, the QQQ ETF, Macy's and Carnival were our top stock trades for Friday. That said, let's look at the charts now to see what's going on.
Carnival Cruise Lines director Randall Weisenburger doubled his money on CCL stock in just five months. Should he take profits?
Cruise line stocks have corrected sharply. However, with gradual recovery in cruising likely from 2021, cruise line stocks are value picks.
CCL stock could rebound significantly if a Covid-19 vaccine appears. CCL stock holders stand to make over 140% over each of the next two years if earnings return to previous levels.
The coronavirus is testing the resolve of CCL stock holders, but some of Carnival's cruise ships will soon be back in operation.
Contrarians see improving economic metrics and declining new daily Covid-19 infections supporting a bullish case for CCL stock. But one factor prevents Carnival from being a confident buy.
Tracking the drop in coronavirus cases daily in the U.S. may help the cautious investor in timing a better entry point for CCL stock.
Carnival has been run over, but that doesn't mean it's being left for dead. CCL stock still has support in play. Here's what the charts say.
Given the uncertainty as to when leisure travelers may start cruising again, CCL stock is not suitable for every investor.
CCL stock has caught a bid after fading to a two-month low, but steer clear
Covid-19 is crushing the travel industry, especially cruise operators. Now is not the time to buy shares of CCL stock.
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