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    Dr.
    Buy this stock, it will reward you before too long. People are itching to take that cruise vacation and it is coming. Pandemic will be over by the end of October this year.
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    Lacresha
    The consensus EPS forecast for Carnival Corporation (CCL) is $-1.79. CCL is scheduled to provide an earnings report on 1/1/2021, for the fiscal quarter ending Nov2020. The consensus earnings per share forecast are -1.79 per share, which represents a 62 percent increase over the EPS one Year Ago. Want more picks before they run. Check out (http://tradingstrategys.com).
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    issay
    Ok, it looks like a few kids here are posting their hopes as being facts. From imaginary sailing dates to unrealistic price targets. The reality is that it will take Carnival at least 3 years to recover. And that`s if all goes well.
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    Dave
    After some debate, I decided to sell my entire holding of CCL @ $20.10 for a 34% profit. with all this extra debt and still no actual sign of the fleet getting back to work, I think they'll be feeling the side effects of this shutdown longer than I would like. Hopefully, for the longs, they don't dilute the shares too much can get back to normal operations soon. But, I'm predicting no significant gains in the next few months at least. Good luck everyone
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    issay
    Amid Tough Times for Cruise Lines, Don’t Buy Carnival Stock.
    "With Carnival's shares already pricing in a recovery, there's little room in the near-term for CCL stock to head higher". "Carnival is still riding out the storm. And, unlike airlines and some other sectors, cruise operators won’t return to the “old normal” for a very long time".
    https://investorplace.com/2021/01/tough-times-continue-hold-off-ccl-stock/
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    issay
    Carnival Miracle: voyages from San Francisco and San Diego are cancelled through September 16, 2021.

    Carnival Liberty: sailings from Port Canaveral from September 17 - October 18, 2021 are cancelled for drydock work.
    Carnival Sunshine: sailings from Charleston from October 11 - November 13, 2021 are cancelled for drydock work.

    Four ships that were scheduled for drydocks in the first half of 2021 – Magic, Paradise, Valor and Legend – won't return to service until the work is done, and are not being listed as returning in 2021.
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    issay
    Another New Covid-19 Variant Discovered In L.A. May Be Vaccine Resistant; Strain First Identified In Denmark.
    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/another-covid-19-variant-discovered-224910744.html
    Plus....California’s State Epidemiologist Dr. Erica Pan said on Sunday that a “higher than usual” number of people had apparent allergic reactions to a batch of Moderna’s vaccine at a San Diego-area clinic.
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    Sarracarrapago
    Good news

    The gouvernement of China have option for 2021 about costa cruise ,group Carnival.
    Bullish
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    Dean
    UK Ministers are increasingly confident that the vaccination programme is on track to meet their “best-case scenario”, with all the over-50s vaccinated by the end of March.
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    Uziel
    CCL is going high and fast, J&J are delivering one shot vaccines in two weeks. CCL to be $24 by Jan 31st
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    issay
    Global spread of COVID-19 variants underestimated: WHO
    13 Jan 2021
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paPI7r-9e0Q
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    issay
    Most cruise lines don't pay federal income tax — just one of the reasons they aren't getting a bailout

    Some of the country’s largest publicly traded cruise lines are incorporated offshore. Carnival Corporation, which owns the Princess cruise line, is incorporated in Panama. Royal Caribbean is incorporated in Liberia, and Norwegian Cruise Lines is incorporated in Bermuda.
    https://www.nbcnews.com/business/business-news/most-cruise-lines-don-t-pay-taxes-u-s-just-n1172496
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    Dr.
    Buy carnival Cruise stock...this stock will do well by early April. In just three months, you will not be able buy at this price ever.
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    Uziel
    Pfizer is producing 2B vaccines in 2021. Do the math.
    65 years old and up no question asked.
    CCL to be $40 by year end,
    Load up the boat
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    David
    Lets not forget part of their money for deposits is 2.2 billion. As we get deeper into the year and look towards 2022 demand for future bookings will grow. People make deposits on future bookings anywhere from 6-18 months in advance. Therefore, the deeper we get into the year and people place deposits they can operate and the need for refunds diminshes the further we get into 2021-2022 bookings.
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    Scott
    CCL has said nothing about the dividend for Feb20th, is it safe to say there will be a dividend for holders overnight Feb 20th?
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    david
    Full disclosure; I am an unhappy long in CCL. I got excited around the time of the vaccine news and wanted another post covid play and went with the strongest cruiseliner since I already had some Boeing, and was nicely rewarded for it. Since making the purchase, I have been looking for an out because there is just too much uncertainty and frankly my money can be making me money elsewhere in the market instead of either staying the same, or long down further in the short term.

    All this notwithstanding, there is something weird going on with this stock. I would normally have expected the latest highs in this stock to be dead cat bounces and for us to test the lows again but that hasn’t been the case and it’s been propped up somewhere around the $20 mark.

    That might - and I say might because there is no real way for me to know - be a signal of movements upwards to come, and not necessarily because of any particular reason, just because there is demand for the stock.

    It might, on the other hand, be retail investors like yours truly propping this thing up, and if that’s the case then I assume that this part is coming to an end soon - just a matter of when the money dries up.

    As a pessimist, generally, I tend to always be more bearish than bullish and so I’m expecting a drop in the near term and a retesting of some type of low.

    What do you guys think?
    Bullish
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    issay
    Is The Next Devastating Pandemic Lurking Just Around the Corner?
    One of them is the Nipah virus, which kills 75 percent of those who contract it. To make things worse, a vaccine is yet to be developed.
    https://sputniknews.com/world/202101161081788629-is-the-next-devastating-pandemic-lurking-just-around-the-corner/
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    David
    New Job Posting Hints at Potential Return of Disney Cruise Line Sailings

    Disney Cruise Line has posted a new job opening for a beach lifeguard at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, suggesting they may soon resume sailings.
    Disney Cruise Line has canceled sailings through February 2021, and removed March sailings from their website. While it’s likely lifeguards have been working with a skeleton crew at Castaway Cay during this near year-long closure, a job posting suggests they are in need of more people soon. Currently, Disney Cruise Line lists 26 sailings leaving in April 2021.
    In October, the CDC allowed their no-sail order to expire and established guidelines for cruise lines to resume passenger cruises. The CDC’s phased plan includes testing for crew members, ensuring cruise ship operators have adequate health and safety measures, simulated voyages to test operations, and certification for ships that meet requirements before a phased return to passenger sailings will begin.
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    Orwell
    Baby boomers in some states are receiving their second dose already. It was reported today that the Moderna vaccination protects for about a year. This is great news, folks.
    Bullish