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I still do believe that the panic is overblown, but that does not mean that it won't continue.
The answer to that question depends on several factors, so let's break them down.
At least days like today, when we're told the coronavirus has 'peaked,' show us exactly where the coiled springs really are.
I'm watching the shares of Estee Lauder, Disney and Amazon.
RMPIA ended January up 0.8%, but now the damage from the Wuhan virus is weighing on the future.
Let's look at how to play Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings amid the current coronavirus threat.
Despite only paying a dividend since 2011, Royal Caribbean offers value, growth, and a nice yield to boot.
Some stocks are too high and others too low when compared with the value of the company -- here's how to play the latter, using Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings as an example.
When the CEO and the charts point in different directions I lean one way.
Closed-end funds provide several benefits to investors over mutual funds.
You don't need to look far to find example after example of stocks that wound up returning to their average P/E ratios after big swings up or down.
NCLH is the rare stock that represents both value and momentum.
There is every reason to think the cruise ship operator is undervalued and once again will trade closer to its normalized valuation based on its history.
Summer vacation is months away, but it's not too early to add these high-quality travel-related stocks to your portfolio.
The focus on smart tech investment, digital advertising and new menus all helped PLAY to kill it on earnings and comps.
Since 2011 its business metrics have advanced nicely across the board.
Norwegian Cruise Line is primed for a catch-up move to arbitrage the company's true value versus its current stock price.
Smart long-term investors should be making buy and sell decisions based on facts, not short-term momentum.
Cruise ship operator Royal Caribbean boosted its quarterly payout by 16.7% on Sep. 6, proving executives feel that current good times for the industry are likely to last or even improve.
Royal Caribbean shares moved higher Thursday as investors were soothed by 2019 guidance, even amid a lackluster backdrop for the cruise industry.
Go long on strong fundamentals, or try this options strategy.
Buy low and wait for the inevitable mood change that can send these stocks much higher.
Norwegian sports the industry's highest growth rate yet commands the lowest P/E of the 3 major players.
The River Cruise industry is changing its face in an attempt to attract millennials, eager for that experiential adventure. Ellen Bettridge, president and CEO of river line Uniworld tells us how. Watch!
You should be thinking positively these days if your stock has had a run or even if it hasn't as a preponderance of good things is liable to happen.
Millennials may glamp and cruise but it isn't helping.