Carnival Corp (CCL)
$14.45 0.30 (2.12%)
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Market Cap 8.56B
PE Ratio 3.69
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 277,980
Day's Range 14.15 - 14.15
52-Week Range 7.80 - 51.94
Dividend & Yield 1.45 (10.03%)
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Carnival Cruise Lines director Randall Weisenburger doubled his money on CCL stock in just five months. Should he take profits?
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.
A Covid-19 vaccine could come as early as October. These are the stocks to buy to play that potentially huge upside catalyst.
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.
Sailings are delayed again, as cruise stocks will wait until at least November to get going again. What does that mean for Carnival stock?
By Thomas Niel
But, for now, take a "wait-and-see" approach with CCL stock. There's no compelling reason to climb aboard today.
CCL stock was starting to look interesting. However, a cruise ship outbreak in Norway poses major challenges for the entire industry.
Carnival (NYSE:CCL) is selling 13 ships. It’s not a great time to own CCL stock, but a good time to buy a used cruise ship.
CCL stock looked like a viable recovery play and it still is. But for now, the pandemic dictates that you should steer clear of Carnival.
By Joel Baglole
Investors keen on exposure to the travel sector should steer clear of cruise lines. That includes CCL stock, for the time being.