SeaWorld Entertainment Inc (W2L)

51.000
-0.500(-0.97%)
  • Volume:
    0
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.000/0.000
  • Day's Range:
    51.000 - 51.500

W2L Overview

Prev. Close
51.5
Day's Range
51-51.5
Revenue
1.86B
Open
51.5
52 wk Range
39.4-69.5
EPS
4.31
Volume
0
Market Cap
3.49B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
9
P/E Ratio
12.77
Beta
2.05
1-Year Change
-13.29%
Shares Outstanding
67,617,527
Next Earnings Date
-
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SeaWorld Entertainment Inc Company Profile

  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:US81282V1008
  • WKN:A1T8QH

SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, operates as a theme park and entertainment company in the United States. The company operates SeaWorld theme parks in Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas; and San Diego, California, as well as Busch Gardens theme parks in Tampa, Florida, and Williamsburg, Virginia. It also operates water park attractions in Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, California; Chula Vista, California; Tampa, Florida; and Williamsburg, Virginia. In addition, the company operates a reservations-only theme park in Orlando, Florida and a park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. It operates a portfolio of twelve theme parks under the SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Aquatica, Discovery Cove, Water Country USA, Adventure Island, and Sesame Place brands. The company was formerly known as SW Holdco, Inc. and changed its name to SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. in December 2012. SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Orlando, Florida.

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Analyst Price Target

Average70.111 (+30.98% Upside)
High84
Low59
Price53.53
No. of Analysts9
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  • Score as SEAS beats estimates.
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    • They beat the street and we saw a rally- I am thinking that $60 is a decent price target as long as Biden does not lock us down again.
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        • It is nice to see that people are spending their stimulas checks on entertainment. With California finally allowing SeaWorld's Parks to open makes it possible to see SEAS settle above $55 shortly.
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          • what the *******
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            • The Stimulus Checks will go a long way at making the entertainment sector boom.
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              • a Biden win will execute the entire entertainment industry as the excess taxes on working and middle classes will zap disposal incomes.
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                • My prediction is 3Q2023.
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              • Good to see a surge today, hopefully, it will be above 16 before Friday, so shorting before the ER would be a nice idea.
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                • so you lost money. People want to relax and as the covid hoax falters people are returning.
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                • I hope you now see that I was correct.
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                • Edward Gerety Hey, yeah, you were right. Not the first lost trade, probably not the last one too.  Nice profit for you, so congrats!
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              • second 👋
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                • Every time SEAS drops below $9 I pick up large amounts of it as this is going to be a stellar long term boom stock.  As once this nonsense close is over, Florida is already opening up, people will need relaxation.  I expect that SEAS will be back in the high to low $30s by the end of 2021. I have already doubled my money on this stock in less than 30 days.
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                  • spot on.
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                  • Sea World sucked before Covid. You amd I must have very differing interpretations on the definition of “relaxation”.
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