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Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. (HLT)

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141.66+0.16 (+0.11%)
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    J R
    Not doing business with any HLT brand ever again... we booked and paid an advance purchase in July for an August stay with a Hampton Inn in Monroe, MI... the number we paid was XXX.37...when we arrived we were again charged on the same credit card for XXX.39 (off by .02)... we spoke with the manager who said we would not be doubled charged... we have been for several months... it is now the middle of October... we have spent multiple calls to HLT ( a few hours) and yet the charge has not been removed... I like Hampton but it is certainly not worth having to deal with being double charged with no end in sight... evidentially, HLT does not understand that losing customers (forever) over scam practices is NOT a good business plan...
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    David
    $AHT conversation
    $aht https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ashford-hospitality-trust-provides-recent-234500485.html $18.32 cash per share sounds great. Even the naysayers value aht at $14-$23. FDA full vaccine approval means it will soar. $ht $mar $hlt $h
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    David
    $AHT conversation
    $aht https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ashford-hospitality-trust-provides-recent-234500485.html $18.32 cash per share sounds great. Even the naysayers value aht at $14-$23. FDA full vaccine approval means it will soar. $ht $mar $hlt $h
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    Kejiri
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    Tama
    Good evening from Japan.
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    Anonymous
    $^IXIC conversation
    So, no matter what happens, there is no risk of losing money in the US Stock Market?
    1-3% Daily Capital Gains, 25-30% Monthly capital Gains are the new norms???
    No need to work anymore? Just buy the US Stocks and Get Quick Rich?
    What is the point of working, when the Government is PUMPING the Stock Prices Parabolically, while there is NO Real profit, Real Value, or Real Business?
    For instance, hotel's are empty and they are losing billions of dollars every week, but $MGM $HLT are hitting new multi year record high valuations every day. What is the Point of Doing business anymore?
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    Awesome
    I don't really understand why hotel stocks are doing so well. They're reliant on business travel to the tune of ~75%, and business travel isn't coming back at least for the next year. Then again, I don't get the overall bullishness of the market either, and I feel eventually reality will set in. Buying puts on HLT, as I don't see Q2 earnings or Q3 outlook being pretty.
  • R
    Rich
    How in GOD's name is this stock going up? I work in the Hotel industry and it is a blood bath right now. Hotels are ghost towns and they are laying off employees left & right. Countless of my friends are on furlough right now... With Hospitality being one of the most affected industries right now, how, is this going up?
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    gino
    I don’t understand why shorts keep coming to $AMD Message Board. They keep posting the same $hlt since AMD was at 12
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    Dan L.
    This valuation based on lost revenue is out of control. COVID-19 cases and deaths are climbing, so travel is going down significantly. Business travel decreases significantly. Throw record unemployment into the mix....who stays in a hotel or travels when they're unemployed? No one!

    If they open entirely, they will be bleeding money for well over a year here. Great short now! Love the puts!
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    Jeffrey
    Anyone care to offer a view how could HLT rise to this level in this environment?
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    Awesome
    I'm puzzled by the continued run-up on HLT. I felt that Q2 results missed already low-balled numbers, and Hilton actually SEEMS to be doing worse than one might expect from industry-wide occupancy percentages. Any insight into why this is going up rather than down?
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    Awesome
    I predict a similar fall to what we saw between June 8th and 11th. The market is over-heated IMO.
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    Greg
    Hilton also expects the global health crisis to have a "material negative impact" on its business for an "indeterminate length of time." In other words "we have no idea on how much money we will lose but rest assured it won't be as much as it could be".
    And still the price goes up. Wow...
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    LUC
    My girlfriend is at the executive level of a major hotel chain and just got word today of a 20% CUT of her Salary and a 75% layoff rate of her 22 hotels
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    rob
    S&P 500
    Eventually, when this plays out, I can't help but think that there will be huge opportunities in airline and hospitality stocks. $DAL $LUV $MAR $HLT
  • R
    Razor
    Looks like my patience and conviction that this market was over valued is about to payoff.
    10% sell off on its way!
    Just wish I was able to load up on the short above $80!

    Long term investors, sell now and buy back lower!
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    Retireyung
    The U.S. hotel industry occupancy was 48.6% in August, a record low for the month
    2 out of 3 hotels will go under in 6 months with no change in demand

    https://www.investopedia.com/majority-us-hotels-can-only-survive-6-more-months-at-current-levels-survey-5078938?utm_campaign=quote-yahoo&utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=referral&yptr=yahoo
    A new survey by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) reveals a wave of closures is coming if Congress doesn't approve more aid and demand doesn't increase.
    A new survey by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) reveals a wave of closures is coming if Congress doesn't approve more aid and demand doesn't increase.
    www.investopedia.com
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    Nimble
    Please! No Gov't bailout for any companys in the hospitality or gaming business!
  • R
    Rothkiln
    1st quarter earnings reports are going to be pretty grim for most companies in the hospitality industry. A lot of other companies are now strapped for cash and are going to be opting for teleconferencing instead of sending employees on business trips for a while after this too. Lots of conferences and banquets will get postponed or cancelled through the end of the year in an effort to conserve cash and pay back short term debts accrued during the quarantine period. People thinking that it's going to be business as normal again in 2-3 weeks are delusional.