Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL)
$55.64 3.77 (7.27%)
19:06 EDT RCL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $55.64
Market Cap 12.24B
PE Ratio 7.36
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 19.91M
Day's Range 51.56 - 56.07
52-Week Range 19.25 - 135.32
Dividend & Yield 2.50 (4.49%)
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With the possibility of a pullback looming over the market, I want to recommend a bearish position on Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE:NCLH).
RCL stock's had a big rally in a short period for a name stock that's been bludgeoned by the coronavirus outbreak. That fuels the debate if the Royal Caribbean easy money's already been made.
Don't count on Royal Caribbean Cruises paying a dividend anytime soon. RCL stock has limited upside without dividends payments, under the terms of its new debt deferral package.
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Yet, this doesn't make RCL stock a great investment opportunity. Things remain more uncertain for cruise lines than they do for other parts of the travel economy With more solid rebound opportunities out there, stay away from this and other cruise line stocks.
RCL stock offers a $3.12 annual dividend for now, but weakness in the cruise industry makes it unlikely investors will see a payout.
The cruise industry could see some bankruptcies over the next few months making it a risky sector to bet on right now.
Travel stocks have taken the biggest hit so far in 2020. All seven of these stocks to buy could take off once the world recovers.
RCL stock may eventually recover. But for now, Royal Caribbean's debt load makes it too risky as the pandemic drags on.
RCL stock is in a vicious storm, and there is a chance it won't survive. This bet is that the company will make it and the stock will rebound.
Further, as CLIA points out, a significant portion of cruise passengers -- 14.2 million according to the trade group’s 2019 report -- come from North America. Most of those passengers fly to their cruise embarkation ports by U.S. airlines. The airline industry benefits greatly from the cruise industry.
By David Moadel
Tuesday's big stock charts feature names that took a hit but could offer a buy-worthy price.
Investors should avoid RCL stock because the company will probably have to cope with very low demand for a long time and could face solvency issues.
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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While it seems impossible to think that Americans will return to cruise ships after what many have been through in various ports around the world, people are creatures of habit. They like what they like. It might not return to normal for 12 months, even 24 months, but it will return.
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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