Both of you guys should get a life
And we could see it below 70 or we could see it over 100 or we could see it below 55, etc, ad infinitum. Point is I don't know, you don't know, no one knows.
Huh? No idea how to invest? I bought 10000 shares of CCL Oct 15 for around 35. At 52 I've gained nearly 50% in less than 10 months. So how you doing? How can facts be half correct? God you're stupid. But thanks for pointing out CCL is part of consumer discretionary, as if that's germane, you narcissistic freak show.
The amazing thing is where in the world did Seaworld find someone able to affect the personality of a lunatic to be able to fit in as a PETA activist? How did PETA discover he was fake? Too much overt display of common sense?
Funny I got a thumbs down for posting facts: CCL is at a 52 week high, CCL is starting Cuba visits, Fuel price are low and CCL is holding up well. Apparently someone doesn't like facts.
As oil plummets and oil companies run out of storage to put their oil, several unnamed oil companies to actually pay American Airlines to store oil in the tanks of American's aircraft. I believe there is no provision requiring American to park their aircraft. So if they operate these portable storage tanks normally, their use of fuel becomes a profit center. As a bonus, burning the oil in operation mode frees up the tanks to sell more storage capacity to the oil companies. I see this adding $17.00/share to AALs bottom line by FY 2017.
As oil prices continue to drop and big oil runs out of room to store it Carnival is initiating talks with major oil companies to be handsomely paid for storing it in Carnival's big tanks. Now these tanks may lose some of this oil feeding the huge Carnival cruise engines but its better than big oil just dumping it in the ocean.
Six Flags is a theme park that competes with SEAS. Since emerging from bankruptcy in 2010, the stock has climbed more than 400%. The point here, oh mentally challenged PETA members, is that FLAG went bankrupt and it wasn't because it was starving and mistreating its roller-coasters and Ferris wheels. Companies do have tough timest and then soar back. The same thing is happening to SEAS right now. You claiming SEAS is going down from alleged mistreatment of animals highlighted in paranoia B movies catering to the gullible, is laughable.
I get it. I like to be sarcastic but sometimes I'm too dumb to recognize it! I like RCL too but it seems the last few years it has outperformed CCL a lot after CCL had its series of disasters. So I'm thinking CCL may have more lost ground to make up for now.
Going higher. The only thing that can make CCL hiccup is a disaster at sea like a Nora virus outbreak which has happened before, will happen again and every time it happens gives investors the easiest most no brainer buy signal on earth. I always buy 2 days after a disaster or other obviously temporary event. I loaded up at 35 on Oct 15 last year when the world was supposed to end because of Ebola.
Huh? If you're trying to say you like CCL, good I do too. I have been long for a long time and made a lot of money on CCL. Much of it by buying on the day Deutsche downgraded several months ago. My point is Deutsche should be held accountable for being buffoons. Although I think their latest call is correct, they are demonstratively wrong much of the time.
After Deutsche downgraded from Buy to Hold just a few months ago at a low! And someone actually pays these clowns for advice? Oh that's right, i forgot, they are Masters of the Universe.