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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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15.30-0.65 (-4.08%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
15.42 +0.12 (+0.78%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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    Lynell
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    M
    I read the whole transcript from Norwegian’s (NCLH) earnings call earlier this month. Wow! The CEO talked about record pricing, record booked position and record margin expansion for 2023 and said it could be a record year for the company!
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    William
    how long till $30? Target and Walmart sold more luggage than tvs and computers combined
    Bullish
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    M
    I’m sure there are some but there can’t be a lot of investors on this stock that aren’t underwater. So if Norwegian (NCLH) continues to sell off with the overall market, I expect that the pool of investors willing to sell at a loss will dry up somewhat which should provide a foundation for starting to build this thing back up. And if we continue to hear positive things like we did from Target CEO Brian Cornell yesterday who said the company’s luggage sales last quarter were up +50%, that would help too.
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    M
    There is a reasonable and clear path to reach record net yields and record adjusted EBITDA levels in 2023.

    Norwegian CEO Frank Del Rio, May 10, 2022
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    M
    I’m not sure people would necessarily think of cruising as a place to hide during an economic downturn but Norwegian’s (NCLH) passenger volume has grown every year from 1996 to 2019 and this includes the recessionary years of 2001-2002 and 2008-2009.
  • A
    Animum Rege
    Bullish
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    bretbeck
    Summer is here. Cruise ships are fully booked. How come NCLH is trading at almost record low?
    Bullish
  • A
    Animum Rege
    Regardless of what the market is doing. A travel boom is coming. The CEO of Target announced that consumers are switching their habits from buying TVs to purchasing luggage. All you need to know about $NCLH $CCL $RCL and $LUV $AAL $UAL
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    Nabeel
    Look at the big picture, all stocks in the event of a decline today. The main index reaches the main support point, which I do not think will be broken, because breaking it would mean a blow to the American economy in death. The Fed will not allow this to happen even if it wants to buy the index. We will return to recovery next week.
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    z
    Do you like Norwegian cruise line ?
    Bullish
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    M
    Talking about his store’s experience with its customers and their recent buying habits, Target CEO Brian Cornell just said “They’re shifting from buying TVs to buying luggage.” He went on to say that Target had seen a +50% increase in luggage sales. How big do the breadcrumbs have to be for the market to figure out that travel - particularly high end travel like a Norwegian cruise - is on the launching pad about to take off like a rocket?!?!
    Bullish
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    David Mevin
    With oil prices still increasing, NCLH will lose money on each cruise.
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    Ryan
    I sure hope it goes back to mid 20’s. avg $19.05 966 shares here
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    M
    Historically this stock has spent very, very little time below this price point. Check out the max chart and you’ll see this very clearly. So simple logic would suggest that most of us here are underwater with this investment at this point. If this is the case, the seller pool is likely drying up and we could see some upward price pressure here soon - particularly if the company is able to substantiate its claims of record bookings, record cruise prices, record onboard spending, etc.. Food for thought…..
    Bullish
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    Jay
    Huge amount of buying at the end of the day as people picked up cheap shares. Again not really sure why people would sell off tour and travel stocks heading into a busy summer. Just have to get past the irrational fears.
  • S
    SoCal Dude
    I missed out on recent $14's, $15's so just bought a serious boat load now. I'm hoping this is the base/support level. Get into mid $19's & we're up 20%! It'll be there sooner than later. Best everyone.
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    M
    If you need another illustration of the strength of the Great-Cruise-Comeback, Norwegian (NCLH) is considering purposely sailing at less than 100% to enhance the guest onboard experience. Apparently the pricing (cruise price, onboard spending, casinos, retail, excursions, etc.) is so strong that the company can hit its revenue targets with less than full ships. I don’t know what type of signal you are looking for to be convinced that cruising is on the upswing and Norwegian is a good investment but this a pretty interesting piece of information.
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    scott
    I'm in for 10K more. Now at 25K shares average cost $13,20.
  • P
    Patrick
    If you're selling at these levels you shouldn't be in the stock market.
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