Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL)
$64.59 4.62 (7.70%)
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Market Cap 14.21B
PE Ratio 8.54
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.92M
Day's Range 61.78 - 64.91
52-Week Range 19.25 - 135.32
Dividend & Yield 2.50 (3.87%)
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While the financial impact of the pandemic contiues to adversely affect Royal Caribbean's operations, RCL stock cannot make new highs.
Cruise line stocks like Royal Caribbean were sinking this week. Here's how bulls and bears should trade RCL stock right now.
By Joel Baglole
There are several stand out travel stocks to buy now, as each is bound to return with a vengeance in 2021 with the rise of tourism.
Royal Caribbean looks like it will survive and thrive just fine. RCL stock is worth up to 22% more once a vaccine is available based on its average earnings power.
Cruise line stocks have corrected sharply. However, with gradual recovery in cruising likely from 2021, cruise line stocks are value picks.
Royal Caribbean won't see revenues to speak of until cruise ships are back in the water, but investors shouldn't give up on RCL stock yet.
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Royal Caribbean (RCL) earnings for the cruise company's second quarter of the year have RCL stock heading higher on Monday.
Consolidation continues with Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL) acquiring Silversea Cruises. Here’s why that’s good for RCL stock.
Cruise bounced back in a big way from March lows, but there's still plenty of risk in this group. Perhaps too much for RCL stock.
Covid-19 vaccines are advancing. That will help the cruise ship industry in the long term, but for now, RCL stock still faces a stormy sea.
In the near term, positive industry news bodes well for RCL stock. But if you have a longer-term horizon, I wouldn’t be too quick to book a trip with Royal Caribbean.
Despite having enough liquidity to weather a prolonged shutdown, nothing will really change for RCL stock until passengers feel safe to cruise.
By Thomas Niel
But, on an additional pullback, RCL stock may be a worthwhile bottom-fisher's buy. Consider shares if they dip lower from here.
Longer-term survivorship looks good for Royal Caribbean, but factors off and on the RCL stock chart support waiting on a purchase decision.
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Royal Caribbean's future looks bleak as the target reopening date for major cruise lines is pushed to mid-September. Avoid RCL stock for now.
Royal Caribbean and RCL stock won't recover until a COVID-19 vaccine is real. RCL stock will tread water until this and it raised more debt since cruising is dead until then.
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