|Day Low/High||43.19 / 45.27|
|52 Wk Low/High||43.97 / 67.69|
Weakness in a company's business could mean poor earnings and reduced guidance.
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Keep an eye on all three of these for an entry, but hold off buying until the technicals say so.
After the stock's news-based slide, we may see a reflexive reversal. Here's your technical setup.
JPMorgan testifies in Washington, Carnival Cruise shares sink, while Ulta stock gets ugly - TheStreet's Debra Borchardt explains.
Carnival Cruise passenger Kristi Conn describes the terrifying moments after the fire on board the doomed ship and then the disgusting toilet conditions to TheStreet's Debra Borchardt.
IPO Desktop President Francis Gaskins thinks that Norwegian Cruise Lines is fully priced for the IPO and may not move up any higher.
Many traders gave up on this one, but it has solid support and looks good on a pullback.
It's been over seven months since the Costa Concordia tragedy, and business is starting to pick up again for the cruise lines.
Dan Hanrahan, CEO of Celebrity Cruises, says the cruise industry is overcoming industry and economic headwinds.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, likes companies that benefit from lower commodity prices.
The market remains in a tight trading range, and the next move is likely down.
This one could be in for a big follow-through move after a successful retest of the recent breakout.
Cruise ships can be great for vacationers, but investors should stay on dry land for now.
Equity futures were pulling back ahead of the employment data from the Labor Department.
This level of resistance on the S&P 500 is a tough nut to crack. I know that Doug has been trimming some positions after the great start we've had to the year. I'm not holding the same stocks as Doug, but we seem to have a similar opinion of the cur...
Karen Post, author of Brand Turnaround, says Carnival needs to establish more of a presence in the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster.