If you’re looking for a way to invest in the stocks of theme parks and resorts, SEAS stock could be worth considering. The company has a positive cash flow of $162.9 million and a leverage ratio of less than 2.7. It also has $531.1 million in available liquidity. SEAS has repurchased 7.1 million common stock shares for a total of $390.1 million, and the company has approved a $250 million share repurchase program. It has also invested $21.4 million in expansion and investment projects.
The biggest gains in a stock can provide a better picture of volatility. Large one-day gains generally represent large buying activity following a positive earnings report. The chart below shows the 10 biggest gains for SeaWorld Entertainment Inc (SEAS) since 2022. You can also look at the percentage gains over a 52-week or 10-year period.
Despite the current recession, SeaWorld has outperformed its peers in recent years. During the 2002 and 2022 recession, it performed better than the industry’s average. Furthermore, many Wall Street analysts are recommending a Buy rating on SeaWorld stock. They believe that consumers will continue to spend money on outdoor leisure throughout the year and that the company’s parks have the capacity to attract even more consumers.