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The cruise lines had a great run last year, but stalled this year. However, recently they are bouncing back. Late-July, NCLH returned to service and last weekend they had their first U.S. cruise, post-Covid, from Seattle to Alaska. By the end of this quarter, NCLH expects to operate at 40% capacity, 75% by end year's end, and 100% by April 2022. They reported last week that they are still losing money, but bookings are strong, especially for 2022. Last weekend, they won a key court case in Florida to refuse service to unvaccinated customers and crew.
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COMMENT
A federal judge ruled in favour of NCLH demanding proof of vaccination from its customers. Good idea. Florida will appeal this decision, even though the Delta variant is spreading Covid like crazy.
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BUY

Rising oil prices are a concern, but what really worries him is the lawsuit that Norwegian Cruise Line filed (against Florida to cease FLA's ban on vaccine passports). With the Delta variant coming, he'd buy NCLH over other cruise lines, like Carnival.

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BUY

Question about Carnival Cruiselines He prefers Norwegian due to a better balance sheet, raising cash and a good CEO.

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RISKY BUY
Cruise lines are trading nowhere near January's peaks, but if they get decent earnings, it's worth a play.
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COMMENT
Their CEO published an open letter to the CDC today, essentially daring them to let them cruise again on June 4. Shares shot up 7% today. Can this plan work?
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COMMENT
The government is discriminating against the cruise lines who are willing to fulfill any steps to make their ships safe, like vaccinating all staff.
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BUY
Cruise line stocks? He and his wife take cruises, and he's booked one for the future. An again population will drive demand and will return. His favourite is Norwegian, which has better profitability and a great brand. This has bounced back already, but more room to rise back. The same profitability may not return though.
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DON'T BUY
Will it return to $55 (pre-Covid)? They've issued so much new dilutive stock, so he doesn't know if they can return to $55 in a year's time, maybe more like two or more years. He himself wants to take a cruise again and is confident that the company will take safety precautions to assure customers.
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The Federal Reserve effectively backstopped their bonds to keep the cruise lines going until a vaccine appeared. Then, Pfizer announced positive vaccine results today and NCLH popped 27%. But this has gone as far as it can go.

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DON'T BUY
The cruise industry is decimated. Carries over $10.6 billion in debt, as a $40 billion company. They will rely on a government bailout to survive. This is a speculative stock. Who knows when people return to cruises? He predicts cruises will be cheap. Wouldn't touch this, but maybe you can buy it below $10 (March levels). Avoid!
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BUY
NCLH has enough cash to last two years and the CEO knows how to raise capital. There's a lot of panicking among travel stocks, lots of selling, so take advantage and buy into that panic. This is a buy if you have a two-year outlook.
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BUY
Stocks to buy when there's a vaccine Cruiselines bottomed months ago. NCLH is the best, because they raised enough cash to endure.Look at cruiselines for the best value as we head towards a vaccine and recovery; not the airline, because there's too much competition. Cruises have little excess capacity and are offerings tons of deal.
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DON'T BUY

Carnival vs. Norwegian cruiselines He's not buying any cruiselines. Carnival just raised $6 billion, so they have the capital to ride this out, so it's better. But look at another sector or industry.

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COMMENT

The airlines and luxury goods stocks are in the same basket as the cruiselines during the coronavirus outbreak. These stocks will be fine eventually. The emerging middle class wants to travel. Travel is strong. The chart hasn't moved in three years, so you got to time your entries and exits to capitalize.

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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings(NCLH-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 7

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 10

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