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Royal Caribbean Survives the Cruise Line Storm the Best but Still Is Battered

Other cruise operators suffered more damage to their capital structures due to the pandemic but none appeal to this value investor.

It Seems Premature to Set Sail With Norwegian Cruise Line

Like Carnival Corp., this rival cruise line operator has seen its debt and shares outstanding climb over the last 18 months.

What's in Store for 3M Stock?

Let's look at the latest MMM charts.

Arlo Technologies Could See More Weakness Ahead

The charts of the provider of home security hardware and services are unattractive.

I Just Can't Get on Board Carnival Even After the Recent Drop in Its Stock

The cruise line operator still appears overvalued based on its huge share dilution and its iffy business prospects near term.

How Do the 11 S&P Sectors Look Technically?

The sector ETFs present a different picture than the broader averages.

6 Beautiful Lessons to Learn From Ulta Beauty Amid 2020's Market Plunge

General market weakness can provide great opportunities to cash in on proven names that suffer along with the crowd.

A Disney Mousetrap?

Still, DIS is a name I want to own long-term.

Carnival Corp's Calls Are Cheap and I Want to Own Them

These will do really well if a run to $30 happens.

RH Could Rally Further in the Third Quarter

Here are our price targets.

It's Time for a Bit of Repositioning as Another Earnings Season Approaches

The end of the quarter means a new round of quarterly reports is near, so it pays to keep an eye on favorite names.

I Have Trouble Trusting the Charts of Bed Bath & Beyond

The rallies evaporate so quickly.

Carnival Doesn't Look Like It's Ready to Party as It Raises Red Flags

The cruise operator is burning through tons of cash and cautions that its third-quarter margins will be below normal due to restrained occupancy rates.

I Don't See Nike Running Too Far

NKE continues to trade weakly ahead of earnings, and here's what the charts show.

Carnival May Set Sail Again Soon, but Its Valuation Still Doesn't Float My Boat

It is hard to justify the current price of the cruise line operator based on big increases in its debt and shares outstanding.

Cleaner and More Beautiful Living Can Be Things of Beauty for a Portfolio

Here are stocks that should benefit from the desire of more consumers for beauty products and natural products.

Lennar Could Weaken Further in Coming Weeks

The charts of the homebuilder aren't sending positive signals right now.

Lululemon's Charts Send Mixed Signals Ahead of Earnings, But We Have a Plan

Here's our reading on how to play the shares of the maker of athleisure apparel.

All Aboard the Positive Charts of Norwegian Cruise Line

Traders could go long NCLH at current levels.

Housing Market Begins Experiencing Crosswinds

Demand for houses remains strong, but rising lumber and material prices and limited supply are putting pressure on the market.

3 Places Where Defensive Plays Appear in Order Based on Their Charts

Caution should be exercised when dealing with Peloton Interactive, the S&P 500 and gold.

Where I See Signet Jewelers Stock Headed From Here

Let's pay a long overdue visit to the SIG charts.

Looking Good: A Fresh Look at Estee Lauder

Here are our new price targets.

Walmart Looks Ready to Resume Its Advance

Retail earnings start in earnest this week.

Ethan Allen Is Positively Ethereal

The furniture retailer's shares are enjoying a great run, but should you continue to ride the stock even now?

Where Will Peloton's Woes Lead the Stock?

The exercise equipment maker's chart indicates that the descent in its shares could go on for some time.

Tuesday's Market Hiccup Spelled Opportunity to Buy 2 Stocks

Gold Resource Corp. should benefit as inflationary pressures rise and Travelzoo should improve as normal life returns.

Boat Maker Brunswick Should Continue to See Smooth Sailing Ahead

The charts of the recreational marine company indicate more potential upside for its shares.

Stanley Black & Decker Continues to Rally, Raise Stops and Targets

We have three price targets.

You Get Paid for Disagreeing With the Crowd

Carpet tile maker Interface Inc. is out of favor at present but its history indicates that it could pay to buck the consensus now to cash in later.