Norwegian Cruise Ord (NCLH)
$22.87 0.81 (3.42%)
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Market Cap 5.19B
PE Ratio 6.55
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 25.64M
Day's Range 22.32 - 24.20
52-Week Range 7.03 - 59.78
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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If you never considered NCLH stock as a "vaccine stock," it's time to reconsider your position as cruise-line investments are set to sail.
Carnival (CCL), Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH), and Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) stocks are up Monday due to good news for cruise companies.
By Thomas Niel
If Joe Biden wins on Election Day, election stocks in these five industries could hit bad times: Coal, Cruise Lines, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Ride Sharing. Tread carefully as voters head to the polls.
If the no-sail order officially order ends in October and test cruises happen before year end, Norwegian Cruise Line stock could rally.
NCLH stock could double over the next 12 to 15 months on the back of rapid consumer behavior normalization and pent-up travel demand.
With the economy improving and coronavirus cases declining, Norwegian Cruise Line stock seems like a good gamble. Is it?
Penn National gaming, UnitedHealth, Rite Aid and Norwegian Cruise Line were our top stock trades for Monday. So, let's look at the charts.
Norwegian Cruise Lines' CEO just said 2021 bookings aren’t going to be great. That’s not good news for Norwegian Cruise Line stock.
NCLH stock has doubled off its March lows, but high leverage and low vaccine visibility mean there are better cruise line stocks to buy.
Norwegian Cruise Line stock is down more than 70% this year and there's no real chance of recovery any time soon. NCLH is a sell.
Prepare for rough seas as external forces will push Norwegian Cruise Line stock to and fro for a while, making it difficult to stay afloat.
Apple, Alphabet, PayPal and Norwegian Cruise were our top stock trades for Monday. So, let's have a look at the charts to see what's new.
By Thomas Niel
So, what's the call here with Norwegian Cruise Line stock? If you have a high-risk appetite, and the patience to hold for several years, by all means enter a position. Otherwise, look elsewhere for comeback plays.
Norwegian Cruise Line stock enjoyed a steady uptrend since March as investors bet bookings will climb and revenue recovers quickly.
Norwegian Cruise Line stock could get a boost when a vaccine is approved. NCLH stock is worth at least 42% more than today based on earnings forecasts in two years.
Cruise line stocks have corrected sharply. However, with gradual recovery in cruising likely from 2021, cruise line stocks are value picks.
The current post-Covid-19 recovery in cruise stocks will prove to be both exceptionally resilient and robust.
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