Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NYSE: NCLH] stock went down by -1.53% or -0.83 points down from its previous closing price of $54.21. The stock reached $53.38 during the last trading session. During the course of the last 5 trading session in the week, NCLH share price went up during 2 out of 5 days, that way losing -2.96% in the period of the last 7 days.

NCLH had two major price movements with the latest trading session as the price jumped to a high of $54.28, at one point touching $52.84. The latest high is set lower that the high price recorded in the period of the last 52 weeks, set at $54.28. The 52-week high currently stands at $59.78 distance from the present share price, noting recovery 4.61% after the recent low of $45.64.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NYSE:NCLH]: Analyst Rating and Earnings

Its stock price has been found in the range of 45.64 to 59.78. This is compared to its latest closing price of $54.21.

Keep your eyes peeled for the soon-to-be-published financial results of this company, which are expected to be made public on Thu 20 Feb (In 7 Days).

Fundamental Analysis of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH]

Now let’s turn to look at profitability: with a current Operating Margin for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] sitting at +19.62 and its Gross Margin at +34.45, this company’s Net Margin is now 15.10%. These measurements indicate that Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] is generating considerably more profit, after expenses are accounted for, compared to its market peers.

This company’s Return on Total Capital is 9.69, and its Return on Invested Capital has reached 9.70%. Its Return on Equity is 16.30, and its Return on Assets is 6.52. These metrics all suggest that Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. is doing well at using the money it earns to generate returns.

Turning to investigate this organization’s capital structure, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] has generated a Total Debt to Total Equity ratio of 108.87. Similarly, its Total Debt to Total Capital is 52.12, while its Total Debt to Total Assets stands at 42.69. Looking toward the future, this publicly-traded company’s Long-Term Debt to Equity is 3.96, and its Long-Term Debt to Total Capital is 97.45.

What about valuation? This company’s Enterprise Value to EBITDA is 10.15 and its Total Debt to EBITDA Value is 3.71. The Enterprise Value to Sales for this firm is now 2.80, and its Total Debt to Enterprise Value stands at 0.41. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] has a Price to Book Ratio of 1.55, a Price to Cash Flow Ratio of 4.58 and P/E Ratio of 12.02. These metrics all suggest that Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. is more likely to generate a positive ROI.

Shifting the focus to workforce efficiency, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] earns $182,383 for each employee under its payroll. Similarly, this company’s Receivables Turnover is 122.07 and its Total Asset Turnover is 0.41. This publicly-traded organization’s liquidity data is also interesting: its Quick Ratio is 0.10 and its Current Ratio is 0.13. This company is not investing its short-term assets in an optimally efficient way, making it a riskier investment.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] has 221.98M shares outstanding, amounting to a total market cap of $12.03B. Its stock price has been found in the range of 45.64 to 59.78. At its current price, it has moved down by -10.71% from its 52-week high, and it has moved up 16.96% from its 52-week low.

This stock’s Beta value is currently 1.65, which indicates that it is 2.61% more volatile that the wider market. This stock’s Relative Strength Index (RSI) is at 43.72. This RSI score is good, suggesting this stock is neither overbought or oversold.

Conclusion: Is Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH] a Reliable Buy?

Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. [NCLH], overall, appear to be a solid investment option, with Wall Street analysts expecting its price to rise considerably in the next 12 months. This company generates high value from the labor resources and other capital it has available, and while it has heavy Long-Term Debt to Equity, the majority of the metrics point to this investment being highly attractive.