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Recent Signals

Date Stock Signal Type
2021-04-09 CUK Pocket Pivot Bullish Swing Setup
2021-04-09 SCVL New 52 Week Closing High Bullish
2021-04-09 SCVL MACD Bullish Signal Line Cross Bullish
2021-04-09 TTWO 50 DMA Resistance Bearish
2021-04-09 TTWO Upper Bollinger Band Walk Strength

Recent News for Carnival Stocks

Date Stock Title
Apr 10 CCL Is Now The Time To Buy Stock In American Airlines, Carnival, Tesla Or GE?
Apr 10 CCL Stocks To Watch: Coinbase Debuts And Big Banks Lead Out Earnings Season
Apr 9 CCL Booking A 30% Gain From Carnival
Apr 9 CCL Is Carnival Stock a Buy Right Now? This Is What You Need to Know
Apr 9 CUK Is Carnival Stock a Buy Right Now? This Is What You Need to Know
Apr 9 CUK Despite No-Sail Orders, Carnival Has a 38% Upside, Major Analyst Says
Apr 9 CCL Despite No-Sail Orders, Carnival Has a 38% Upside, Major Analyst Says
Apr 9 CUK Carnival Threatens USA Cruise Ship Withdrawal to Salvage Summer Cruising
Apr 9 CCL Carnival Threatens USA Cruise Ship Withdrawal to Salvage Summer Cruising
Apr 9 CUK Florida sues CDC over ‘unlawful’ cruise industry shutdown
Apr 9 CCL Florida sues CDC over ‘unlawful’ cruise industry shutdown
Apr 9 CCL Carnival upgraded at Credit Suisse on upcoming cruise restart
Apr 9 CUK These 3 Stocks Are Absurdly Overvalued Right Now
Apr 9 CCL These 3 Stocks Are Absurdly Overvalued Right Now
Apr 9 CCL Cruise Operator Carnival Still Isn't a Stock I Want to Climb Aboard
Apr 9 CUK Cruise Operator Carnival Still Isn't a Stock I Want to Climb Aboard
Apr 8 CCL Holland America Line Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Private Bahamian Island Half Moon Cay During 2022-23 Caribbean Season
Apr 8 CUK Holland America Line Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Private Bahamian Island Half Moon Cay During 2022-23 Caribbean Season
Apr 8 CUK Why Norwegian Cruise Line Stock Slumped Today
Apr 8 CCL Why Norwegian Cruise Line Stock Slumped Today

Carnival is a Western Christian festive season that occurs before the liturgical season of Lent. The main events typically occur during February or early March, during the period historically known as Shrovetide (or Pre-Lent). Carnival typically involves public celebrations, including events such as parades, public street parties and other entertainments, combining some elements of a circus. Elaborate costumes and masks allow people to set aside their everyday individuality and experience a heightened sense of social unity. Participants often indulge in excessive consumption of alcohol, meat, and other foods that will be forgone during upcoming Lent. Traditionally, butter, milk, and other animal products were not consumed "excessively", rather, their stock was fully consumed as to reduce waste. This festival is known for being a time of great indulgence before Lent (which is a time stressing the opposite), with drinking, overeating, and various other activities of indulgence being performed. For example, Pancakes, donuts, and other desserts were prepared and eaten for a final time. During Lent, animal products are eaten less, and individuals have the ability to make a Lenten sacrifice, thus giving up a certain object or activity of desire.
Other common features of Carnival include mock battles such as food fights; expressions of social satire; mockery of authorities; costumes of the grotesque body that display exaggerated features such as large noses, bellies, mouths, phalli, or elements of animal bodies; abusive language and degrading acts; depictions of disease and gleeful death; and a general reversal of everyday rules and norms. The Italian tradition of wearing masks dates back to the Venice Carnival in the 1400s, and has been an inspiration in Greek theater and Commedia dell'arte for centuries.The term Carnival is traditionally used in areas with a large Catholic presence, as well as in Greece. In historically Evangelical Lutheran countries, the celebration is known as Fastelavn, and in areas with a high concentration of Anglicans (Church of England/US Episcopal Church), Methodists, and other Protestants, pre-Lenten celebrations, along with penitential observances, occur on Shrove Tuesday or Mardi Gras. In Slavic Eastern Orthodox nations, Maslenitsa is celebrated during the last week before Great Lent. In German-speaking Europe and the Netherlands, the Carnival season traditionally opens on 11/11 (often at 11:11 am). This dates back to celebrations before the Advent season or with harvest celebrations of St. Martin's Day.

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