Carnival Corp (CCL)
$12.96 0.97 (8.09%)
4:18 EDT CCL Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $11.99
Market Cap 7.68B
PE Ratio 3.31
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 158,433
Day's Range 11.99 - 11.99
52-Week Range 7.80 - 56.04
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (11.19%)
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Traders have flocked to Carnival in hopes of a recovery. But the company is still taking on water; this is not time to jump on board CCL stock
Facebook, Bank of America, Netflix and Carnival Cruise were our top stock trades for Wednesday. Here's a look at the charts.
Insider buying news for Tuesday includes a major transaction from a Carnival (CLL) Board member picking up $10 million in CCL stock.
Carnival Corp is amassing cash to survive without cruises and customers. CCL stock reflects the new reality - no cash flow but lots of expenses until at least late 2020.
The cruise industry did particularly well yesterday, with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL), Carnival Corporation & Plc (NYSE:CCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE:NCLH) all gaining over 15%.
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By David Moadel
Would a long position in Carnival make you risk-tolerant, or just foolhardy? Explore the speculative joys and heartaches of this sinking cruise-ship investment.
CCL stock looks unlikely to pull off a recovery any time soon as the entire cruise industry will likely suffer from coronavirus for some time.
In announcing the aforementioned steps to shore up balance sheet, Carnival also said 45% of customers are accepting future cruise credits over full refunds. All things considered, that's not a bad percentage, but industrywide, 900 sailings are canceled, affecting 4.5 million passengers, and expectations that ships could be back on the seas again by mid-May seems like a long shot, according to Stifel analyst Steven Wieczynski.
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Investors expect Carnival to face steep losses ahead, as the coronavirus impacts demand. But CCL will survive and thrive in the long term.
With an extreme discount in the markets, CCL stock may tempt the speculator. However, cruise liners have a long recovery road ahead.
CCL stock has bounced from its lows, but it's gone far enough. Without federal help, Carnival remains in significant trouble.
Executive chairman Mickey Arison has the cash and the contacts to save Carnival. But current common CCL stock shareholders may not be invited to the party.
By Ian Cooper
Carnival will take some time to recover. However, if you want to make money as others become fearful, the time to buy CCL stock is now.
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Along with all other cruise lines, Carnival has undergone extreme pressure during the past month or so. And while the stock price is at rock-bottom prices, there could easily be more on the downside.
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There is no one to blame for the devastation in CCL stock. Investors must manage their risks and let time heal Carnival's wounds.
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