Source: Roman Tiraspolsky / Shutterstock.com Party City (NYSE:PRTY) stock isn’t doing so hot on Tuesday after posting results from its Halloween quarter. While the third quarter is typically a strong period for PRTY stock, the company reported adjusted earnings per share of -$1.39. That’s a massive disappointment next to Wall Street’s estimate of -10 cents…

It has not been smooth sailing for the cruise operators. While the market is enduring a correction, at least most names enjoyed a run back to new highs. Or at the very least, a push above the pre-coronavirus 2020 highs. Not Carnival (NYSE:CCL), though. In fact, CCL stock has barely recovered half its losses from…

Despite some positive news, it’s difficult to see why investors should direct their capital toward Carnival (NYSE:CCL) stock at current levels. CCL stock is down more than 14% in the last six months. The company has seen some encouraging signs regarding its business operations, but the overall picture remains negative. Further, as the pandemic wears…

Among the sectors increasingly in focus by investors, cruise stocks are being targeted as key growth plays right now. Shares of Carnival Cruise Lines (NYSE:CCL), Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NYSE:NCLH) are all up between 3% and 5% today. Source: Kokoulina / Shutterstock.com This sort of sector-specific move is one investors can expect…

Are you thinking about taking a gamble on Carnival (NYSE:CCL) and CCL stock?  If you are, think again.  New data from John Hopkins University suggests that one out of every 500 Americans has died since the Covid-19 pandemic began in early 2020. For perspective, approximately 49 Americans die each year from lightning strikes. So that’s…

Carnival Cruise (NYSE:CCL) continues to ride the wide and volatile waves of the stock market. CCL stock was gaining some nice momentum earlier in the year on hopes of the cruise industry getting back on its feet… or should we say, back in the water. While that has been the case, the stock has not…

Carnival Cruise (NYSE:CCL) stock had been making a nice comeback. However, it faces a continuous threat from the novel coronavirus as the delta variant makes its way around the U.S. Source: Ruth Peterkin / Shutterstock.com As a result, CCL stock has been extra volatile as of late.  When Covid-19 hit the U.S., cruise operators were…

It’s fairly safe to characterize the general sentiment surrounding Carnival (NYSE:CCL) stock as safe in the long term. The theory is simple: The broader cruise line industry is guaranteed to rebound. The industry is dominated by Carnival, Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL), and Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE:NCLH). Source: Kokoulina / Shutterstock.com For the duration of the pandemic…

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Cruise stocks aren’t doing so hot today and it is no fault of theirs as outside factors are affecting the market. Source: Shutterstock.com The problem for cruise stocks today has to do with the coronavirus delta variant. Fears are increasing lately due to news of the virus spreading. This has some investors afraid that another…

It was a messy and choppy session for a bunch of traders on Thursday. Heavy sector rotation and choppiness ahead of Friday’s monthly expiration made it a difficult trading environment for many investors. That said, let’s look at a few top stock trades as we head into Friday. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 1:…

For much of the year, Carnival Corporation (NYSE:CCL) traded in a steady uptrend. Unlike last year, when the world did not have a Covid-19 vaccine rollout, CCL stock stands a better chance of rewarding investors. The stock continues to find support on the 50-day moving averages. Source: Kokoulina / Shutterstock.com What are the positive catalysts…

I like cruising. In fact, I especially like the Celebrity line from Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL). But I would no more buy RCL stock than I would Gamestop (NYSE:GME). The numbers just don’t make sense. Source: ImagineStock / Shutterstock.com Royal Caribbean opened for trade on Jun. 11 near $89 per share. That’s a market capitalization of…

Today, cruise stocks are all seeing some green. Although they are not performing as well as retail investor favorites on r/WallStreetBets, they are still worth watching. Source: Kokoulina / Shutterstock.com Today’s move comes amid some pretty intriguing news for investors in the major cruise lines. Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL), Carnival (NYSE:CCL) and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NYSE:NCLH)…

In the current market environment, investment strategy has to be dynamic. When the pandemic was at its peak, indoor entertainment stocks and healthcare stocks were out-performers. As the economy reopens with the support of an aggressive vaccination drive, outdoor stocks are likely to be in focus. This might include travel and leisure activities, like mall…

Carnival (NYSE:CCL) reached another milestone in its recovery on Wednesday when its price sailed through heavy resistance at $30. Chart watchers view the surge as a signal for more upside, and it’s as good a reason as any to take a fresh look at CCL stock. It has a history of rewarding traders willing to…