WBI Large Cap Tactical Select ETF
Why Is Carnival’s Valuation Low Compared to Its Peers?
Carnival has a low valuation compared to its peers. Analysts are expecting the lowest EBITDA growth for CCL—related to peers RCL and NCLH—in the next four quarters.
Carnival Corp: Analysts Continue to Remain Optimistic
Following Carnival’s (CCL) 4Q15 earnings release, analysts’ consensus estimates remained almost flat. Also, earnings estimates rose by 0.62% for 1Q16.
How Did Carnival Corporation Perform on Key Metrics?
Carnival’s (CCL) competitors include Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line. CCL forms 3.9% of the WBI Large Cap Tactical Value Shares (WBIF).
Why Did Carnival’s Profits Rise despite a Fall in Revenue?
Carnival Corporation’s 4Q15 financial report came better than most had expected. Despite a fall in revenue, CCL saw a strong surge in its earnings.
Carnival Expects Key Growth Drivers to Be Strong in 4Q15
With both ALBD and occupancy expected to increase in 4Q15, CCL management expects earnings per share for 4Q15 to be in the range of $0.36 to $0.40.