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Chart Of The Day: Costamare - Problems On The High Seas
Article By: Jim Van Meerten
Monday, May 20, 2024 8:27 AM EDT
Costamare Inc. owns and operates containerships and dry bulk vessels that are chartered to liner companies providing transportation of cargo worldwide.
In this article: CMRE
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Daily Stock Analysis: Costamare
Article By: Fredrik Arnold
Monday, December 26, 2022 6:47 PM EDT
If Costamare’s stock trades in the range of $8.00 to $12.00 this next year, its recent $9.06 share price might reach $11.00.
In this article: CMRE
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7 Best Shipping Stocks Now
Article By: SureDividend
Saturday, October 22, 2022 9:05 AM EDT
Seven shipping stocks whose dividends are relatively safe compared to the rest of their peers.
In this article: DAC, SFL, CMRE, KNOP, GSL, ESEA, STNG Also: BOAT, SUPL
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What Transportation Earnings Tell Us About The Supply Chain
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Saturday, October 30, 2021 11:21 AM EDT
The supply chain and dedicated businesses are seeing a record number of new contract wins with the potential to increase long-term profitability.
In this article: CMRE, R, CVLG Also: KNX, GLOP, TRTN, ARCB, EDRY
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2 Shipping Stocks To Buy, 2 To Avoid
Article By: StockNews
Sunday, September 5, 2021 8:44 AM EDT
The shipping industry plays a crucial role in transporting goods and raw materials around the globe. Some 80% of goods globally are transported by ships.
In this article: CMRE, SB, GOGL, CTRM Also: CCL
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Dick Kaplan 9/6/2021 3:10:07 PM

I think this article is somewhat biased. They state that $CTRM being up almost 742.7% in revenue is worse than $CMRE's 49.1% growth during the same period because CTRM did it with 97% utilization of its ships. But they failed to note that CTRM has also acquired more ships with anticipated growth. 

The other main issue is the liabilities of CTRM going up because they secured a loan... that's a good thing but the writer doesn't see it that way.

Finally they harp on past trends as if it predicts future price. The author stated that CTRM exceeds its intrinsic value ignoring that its price is below its book value and also commenting on having a high P/S average since there are individuals holding at a higher share price when it was oversold. Some would see this rather as an opportunity understanding that if those holding have held this long, will wait for it to return to break even or profit from.

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