|Daily Range||$32.23 - $32.42|
|52-Week Range||$27.48 - $39.65|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.80 (2.5%)|
Dividend Pay Date
|Average Daily Volume||659,429|
|Current FY EPS||$1.15|
Seaworld Entertainment, Inc. (SEAS) Description
Seaworld Entertainment, Inc. Website: http://www.seaworldentertainment.com/
Six Flags posts a surprising end to its year.
One lesson that could have been learned from the market problems of 2008 was that too much debt can be dangerous. Over the recent market rises, many firms have started back down the familiar path of being highly leveraged by taking on debt to finance more growth. This can be dangerous, and as an investor you should know how to evaluate this.
Recently, some analysts have started to express their bullish opinions on Seaworld shares after the shares have been beaten down over the last six months. Even with the recent jump, here are some very good reasons to be bearish.
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