On 3/232015 they downgraded CCL at 45.50 price
Manby is an excellent and respected leader and manager. He will turn Sea World around and make it a destination leader for tourists once again. This stock is going higher.
has any interest in substantive discussions of CCL as an investment. Most seem more comfortable, possibly because of intellect limitations, discussing the quality of hot fudge sundaes or how much, in their minds, Obama hates the US.
none of you have any idea what you are talking about. Why do so many moronials on this board feel the need to reveal their stupidity over and over again?
Over 4 grand. I bought 2000 shares about the time I commented on your inanity. From down 5 to down 2.70. Get a life or an original thought not necessarily in that order.
You are so hip! "Then the DNA cloned arrives." Wow. "worth zero!" Where do you come up with this stuff? Thanks for the insight.
I bought a couple of years ago for a little over a buck. I'm up over 700% in 2 years. I think the only poor investment here is by anyone wasting their time paying any attention to you.
Well you are already wrong. I just bought flooring today from LL for one of my rental homes I own. I have outfitted about half of them already from LL, who gives me the best price, and I plan to do 3 more this year. You shouldn't use absolute terminology that can existentially be proven hyperbole.
and one of the favorite ways is on Carnival Cruise ships. Much more money to spend in port and on ship.
Sort of like how Goebbels pep rallys for Hitler were considered the most trusted news source in #$%$ Germany.
boot boy--doesn't it grow tedious to wake up every morning and say to yourself "what can I post today to show the world how stupid I am?"
Acting the opposite of how it has during its historic drop--probably headed back to 100.
print an alternate universe where 3D printing companies can live up to the millennial investor naive hype and delusion that they "discovered" 3D printing as they tweet about cool applications like medical printing, etc, as if the industry hasn't already been doing exactly that for the last 20 years.