Cruise companies and airlines are trading well below their pre-pandemic prices, with Delta and Carnival showing potential promise as travel returns.
DIS has been no day in the park for investors -- in fact, it's been acting more than a little Goofy lately. But I see this ride down starting to turn.
The entertainment giant got rained on after Netflix's sour outlook, but parks and more should bring back the smiles for investors.
Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian have fully returned to their pre-pandemic valuations -- but the waters are far from safe.
How bad is the cruise industry? I not only looked at the stocks, I booked a trip. Let me tell you about both.
With the market reacting well to the Fed, I'm willing to take a position -- at least until noon on Nov. 9.
What's really important is when will passengers return -- and here's my bet on that.
Here's where I CCL going soon.
This is a defining, almost puritanical moment for our country. When things open up, will we go back to our old ways?
Camping World has seen a boost amid the pandemic, but will it go on for the long haul?