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Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) and Carnival (CCL) are cheap and pay solid dividends.
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Cruising company stocks are likely to be hurt near term. But cruise demand is solid and will slowly recover.
Despite a recent perfect storm of headwinds, favorable long-term trends remain intact.
Coverage of Royal Caribbean (RCL) stock was started with an 'outperform' rating at Macquarie on Tuesday.
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These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
Long-term triangle breakouts project big time profits for Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruises.
These four stocks have formed morningstar patterns on their weekly charts, setting the stage for potentially profitable intermediate-term trades.
These stocks are fundamentally sound, but technically treading water.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) is boosting its dividend by 10 cents, which SunTrust analysts said is likely supported by the company's free cash flow.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) upped its quarterly dividend by 28% late Monday.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) increased its quarterly dividend to 48 cents a share.
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Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian all face big overhangs from forex, fuel and safety worries.
Norwegian Cruise Line was pulling down industry-peer Royal Caribbean Tuesday on lowered guidance.
Royal Caribbean (RCL) stock is sliding on Tuesday afternoon as its competitor Norwegian Cruise (NCLH) gave a disappointing outlook and warned of soft demand.
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Royal Caribbean and Carnival face negative pressures; don't bargain hunt yet.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate