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MAR Discussion

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Monksdream Monksdream 2 months ago
MAR new 52=week high
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Monksdream Monksdream 3 months ago
MAR new 52 week high
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Monksdream Monksdream 3 months ago
MAR new 52 week high
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Monksdream Monksdream 9 months ago
MAR new 52 week high
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Monksdream Monksdream 9 months ago
MAR new 52 week high

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Monksdream Monksdream 9 months ago
MAR new 52 week highh
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StockLogistics StockLogistics 11 months ago
70.60 gap Hotel Industry across the board 50% to 65% value decrease in near term to retest 2020 lows and fill all gaps as customers seek alternative housing options for large groups which is the bulk of hotel industry bookings. Similar to SVP and FRC debacles.
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Bear51 Bear51 3 years ago
not far off just forgot to add a 5 to the end of your prediction hahaha
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ResidentAmerican ResidentAmerican 3 years ago
MAR will take a tumble this week on news of cancel culture policy
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
this stock and brand used to be one of my favs. my vision and analytics r not working in this china virus environment. u could very well be right. a big tsunami shift is happening right now, people r sprinting away from the big city centers/downtowns, and buying up all they can in neighboring suburbs with good schools and safety. the numbers im seeing r mind boggling
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Harbor6460 Harbor6460 4 years ago
This stock should be 15.00. Hell is coming. You cant get antibodies in adults. Thats why u vaccinate children. You trick the immunine ststem. Short till 15
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Eskeezy Eskeezy 4 years ago
I absolutely agree
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
administration's hesitant to order nationwide quarantine. that leads me to believe there's a cure coming shortly. however, if there ain't, and administration is procrastinating for no reason, hell will freeze over. i posted a potential medicine, that should be tested.
MAR under $100 is super cheap
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 4 years ago
Marriott, Hotel Owners to Furlough Thousands of Workers or Cut Staff -- Update
Date : 03/22/2020 @ 3:53PM
Source : Dow Jones News
Stock : Marriott International Inc (MAR)

By Craig Karmin and Esther Fung

https://ih.advfn.com/stock-market/NASDAQ/marriott-MAR/stock-news/82052284/marriott-hotel-owners-to-furlough-thousands-of-wo
Marriott International Inc., the world's largest hotel company, and a growing number of hotel owners are furloughing tens of thousands of workers or slashing staff in an effort to steer their companies through the coronavirus pandemic.

A spokeswoman for Marriott confirmed to The Wall Street Journal that the company is furloughing about two-thirds of its 4,000 corporate employees at the company's Bethesda, Md., headquarters. Marriott is also furloughing about two-thirds of its corporate staff abroad, though the spokeswoman said she couldn't immediately provide the number of Marriott corporate overseas jobs.

Those actions follow Marriott's decision to begin furloughing what the company expects to be tens of thousands of hotel staff -- from managers to housekeepers -- while it ramps up hotel closings across the globe.

The hospitality industry has been upended by the collapse in global travel as companies halt business trips, conference organizers call off events and vacationers put plans on hold in response to the pandemic, and as local governments order residents to stay in place. Hotels are suffering the brunt of this sudden evaporation of travel, which is wiping out in a matter of weeks all the profits many companies had piled up over the past few years.

Some lodging companies are taking even more drastic steps than Marriott, furloughing or letting go more than 9 in 10 employees in some cases.

Ashford Inc., the Dallas-based firm that owns 130 hotels across the U.S., is laying off or furloughing 95% of 7,000 employees, Chief Executive Monty Bennett said. He expects about one-third of those employees probably won't be coming back.

An immediate concern is Ashford's $4 billion to $5 billion in debt. Some payments are due next month, Mr. Bennett said, and he doesn't expect to be able to pay all of them.

"Every single U.S. hotel will default on its debt in the next 30, maybe 60 days," he said. "It's a disaster that's snowballing."

Another hotel owner, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust, is furloughing about 90% to 95% of its 8,000 employees, CEO Jon Bortz said. He has closed about half the company's 54 hotels; occupancy levels at the ones that remain open have dwindled to the single digits.

"This is incredible hardship," Mr. Bortz said. "Any industry where human contact is involved has been decimated."

With so little business, it makes no sense to keep operating. Mr. Bortz said he expects most of his hotels that are still open to suspend operations over the next five days.

Lodging owners across the country are being forced to make similar calculations. With occupancy levels plunging by the day, it is a challenge for hoteliers to make payroll, let alone pay other expenses and meet debt obligations, they said. And as they opt to close more properties with no known reopen date, they feel they have little choice but to reduce staff and hope the company can remain afloat.

On Sunday, Rick Takach, CEO of Vesta Hospitality, owner and operator of 17 hotels, said he has concluded that cuts to his hotel-management company haven't been enough. "So, deeper cuts are needed," he said. "That means either much lower salaries and hours or the elimination of personnel. That is a decision I am trying to make today or tomorrow."

Hotel workers have been stunned at the suddenness with which they have been sent off. Shelby Halpin, who worked as a guest-services specialist and a guide in a ski resort in Big Sky, Mont., said she was told on Tuesday that she no longer had a job after the resort closed.

"The next day I put everything I owned into my jeep and left," said Ms. Halpin. "We were kicked out of the place. It was so surreal."

Marriott Chief Executive Arne Sorenson said in a video message to his employees on Thursday that Marriott business is now running about 75% below normal levels, making this period more devastating than any other in the history of the nearly century-old hotel company. He said that the financial impact was worse than the post-Sept. 11 period and financial crisis combined.

Marriott told The Wall Street Journal that the corporate-staff furloughs would begin early next month and estimate that they will last 60 to 90 days. During that period, furloughed U.S. corporate employees will receive 20% of their salary toward health-care and other costs, the spokeswoman said. Corporate employees who stay on are subject to 20% pay cuts and reduced workweeks, the spokeswoman said.

Marriott is the world's largest hotel company with nearly 1.4 million rooms world-wide, 30 brands and about 7,300 properties, but rivals like Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. and Hyatt Hotels Corp. cannot help but pursue their own corporate-staff reductions or other cost-cutting, hotel owners say.

Representatives for Hilton and Hyatt didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.

Hotel executives aren't going unscathed. Mr. Sorenson and board Chairman Bill Marriott have stopped receiving a salary during this period, the CEO said in the video. His executive team will take a 50% cut in salary.

At Hersha Hospitality Trust, which owns nearly 50 hotels, the CEO and chief operating officer said they are reducing their salaries by 50%, and the board of trustees will take all payments in stock for the remainder of 2020.

Mr. Sorenson and other hospitality and travel executives met with President Trump in Washington on Tuesday, when they asked for $250 billion in financial aid for the beleaguered industries. Hotel owners say they can't wait much longer for assistance.

"I feel the government has turned its back on us," said Mr. Bennett.

Write to Craig Karmin at craig.karmin@wsj.com and Esther Fung at esther.fung@wsj.com
Disclosure... my employer is Marriott... I'm deeply troubled.
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
$200 in 2 years
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
ooooversoold, ooooverreacting, hello long calls
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
$15,000 room revenue, $32,000 room appraisal by MMs
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
$15,000 average yearly revenue per room
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
$45.3bln market cap, 1,400,000 rooms worldwide, including Ritz. that means $32,000 per room, is this a joke
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
$45bln market cap?! just the Ritz in South Beach is $2bln imo... just the Ritz real estate is $45bln imo
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
wow, the Ritz South Beach reopens. i guess somebody must ve read my post, and the Super Bowl week is sold out. when i checked last time, the reservations were available from 04/15/2020. so, i say now, all is good with MAR, ready for launch.
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giveit2me giveit2me 4 years ago
so, the Ritz in South Beach will reopen in several months, although it says end of 2019, in local language that means mañana.
that also means no fat Superbowl revenue... But Superbowl exposure is a big thing imo. the Mar stock may suffer a little, but i think after the renovation is done, the luxury real estate in Miami Beach will wake up again. i witness record crowds here, and just because the Ritz will reopen at some point in time, im bullish on the lux real estate(no new hurricanes ie)
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GoodTips GoodTips 5 years ago
New information that has come to my attention since I posted this comment/warning cause me to now withdraw this comment/warning. I no longer stand by it. I tried to delete it, but Investors Hub does not allow deletion, so I am adding this update to let readers know that I no longer agree with this comment/report.
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Gravity Gravity 5 years ago
That’s laughable at best. Although there was a dip around the same time you posted, it was likely due to Arnie going public about having cancer - my guess anyways.

Regardless... Wish I were in position to take advantage of the dip. Missed out.
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GoodTips GoodTips 5 years ago
Marriott stock about to drop from scandal news

Marriott is about to be the subject of a serious national scandal in the coming weeks.
Learn more at this beta web site: https://squashmarriottbedbugs.com/
Marriott was cheap about bed bug prevention, which resulted in a terrible bed bug problem at many of their properties.
Adding insult to injury, Marriott has engaged in a systematic cover up of these bed bug infestations.
Marriott has been caught.
A major national campaign will soon launch which will make this scandal known to the general public.
The campaign has significant funding and backing from numerous related organizations.
Marriott’s stock price is likely to drop significantly when this scandal hits soon.
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Gravity Gravity 6 years ago
Nice gains today, for those whom day-trade Cos @ $100+ per share :)

This company is a BEAST.
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Gravity Gravity 6 years ago
You are referencing your (1) experience at a Fairfield located somewhere in Tennessee to sum up this companies performance?

That’s DD at its best, as far as I’m concerned. Incredible.
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Trumpmarriott1 Trumpmarriott1 6 years ago
Marriott needs to keep an eye on all properties. The Fairfield inn and suites of Johnson City TN has some Major problems. The gm had the elevator phone shut off and a guest got stuck after the decision. He could not call for help. Twas illegal and the management company which is Gibson hotels in Knoxville is aware of this. Marriott please investigate!
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Gravity Gravity 6 years ago
Your guess is as good as mine, I’d say. I? was expecting a drawback earlier in the year due to the hefty costs associated with the acquisition of all Starwood Hotels, followed by an increase once profits began to actualize....but that never happened. Lol. Just keeps moving north.

Forward split certainly isn’t out of the question, but what do I? know...
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Bear51 Bear51 6 years ago
How high can it go? Forward Split in the cards?
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Gravity Gravity 6 years ago
PPS Just keeps climbing...What a Beast!
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JWard99 JWard99 6 years ago
Not sure if anyone else notices this, but MAR analysts have been underestimating earnings due to management guidance for many quarters.
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Gravity Gravity 6 years ago
For sure. However, not many can provide enough liquidity or even afford enough share to make a different when trading at 117ish..... this company is rock solid. Wish I would have grabbed as much as possibly in the 50/60 range (of course lower as well). Marriott is a beast. Happy for those that got in low.
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Bear51 Bear51 6 years ago
Already at $115!!! Not sure why these analysts are slow to the party with their conservative estimates...guess they want to keep it low and invest for themselves ;)
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HERMES8 HERMES8 7 years ago
Marriott International (MAR) Was Increased Rating To β€œBuy”

Marriott International (NASDAQ:MAR) was increased rating by stock analyst from a "buy" rating to a "strong-buy" rating in a report announced on Friday.

Various stock analysts additionally as of late remarked on MAR. Robert W. Baird reaffirmed a "hold" rating and set a $103.00 value objective on shares of Marriott International in an exploration give an account of Sunday, September seventeenth. Zacks Investment Research redesigned shares of Marriott International from a "sell" rating to a "hold" rating in an exploration note on Wednesday, August ninth. Stifel Nicolaus lifted their objective price on shares of Marriott International from $95.00 to $98.00 and gave the organization a "hold" rating in an examination note on Tuesday, August eighth. UBS AG repeated an "unbiased" rating and issued a $101.00 target price (up from $98.00) on shares of Marriott International in an exploration note on Monday, August fourteenth.
http://www.stocksmarketnews.com/marriott-international-mar-was-increased-rating-to-buy/
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Gravity Gravity 7 years ago
Yeah... I honestly haven't done a great deal of "digging" or even really closely watching how it trades from day to day, shorts etc.. This company is as legit and sound as it gets.

Most don't know that on average, there is a new Marriott managed property opened every 14 hours. Almost 2 per day. Taking over the industry in certain ways and gaining more & more leverage against oppositions such as discount websites i.e. Expedia and so on, along with competing hospitality management companies. Especially after the acquisition of Starwood. Marriott now has the largest rewards recognition program in the world, literally.

The strategy behind this company is what continuously blows me away.

Now over 30 brands that tailor towards every segment of traveler throughout every edge of the world.

On another note regarding strategy....Many do not realize that the select service aspect of Marriott is one of the key components of revenue. So even if the market gets rocked, the most affordable options in their portfolio will only attribute at an even higher level. The soundest foundation imaginable.

Of course, this doesn't mean it's going to go up or down day to day, month to month or YOY. Simply a solid indication that this is a long term investment that is set for incredible success, as well as weather any possible 'storms' that other companies in the same sector may not last through.

All in my opinion, of course.

~G
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Bear51 Bear51 7 years ago
http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/mar/analyst-research

Cant seem to locate anything specific...but i remmeber reading slight downgrades from strong buys to buys or buys to hold at targets ranging from 85 - 100, but its obviously crushed those targets!
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Gravity Gravity 7 years ago
What specific recent downgrades are you referring to?
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Bear51 Bear51 7 years ago
How high can it go? Despite recent downgrades it keeps going nowhere but up!
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Gravity Gravity 7 years ago
Gotta love it! Incredible company.

$$$$$$
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Gravity Gravity 7 years ago
I love it. Very strong financials for q1. I'd expect to see Marriott finish 2017 strong.
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Bear51 Bear51 7 years ago
Haha knew it would hit 100 but not so quickly!
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Gravity Gravity 7 years ago
What do your fundamentals say now?
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wiltonio wiltonio 7 years ago
Soroban Capital Partners LP has filed a new 13G, reporting 5.4% ownership in $MAR - https://fintel.io/so/us/mar
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Bear51 Bear51 7 years ago
Wow why is at $93 then? All time high!
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ValueInvestor15 ValueInvestor15 7 years ago
Out fundamental analysis implies Marriott $MAR is 20% overvalued before earnings Wednesday:

Fair Value Source
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Bear51 Bear51 8 years ago
Thanks jones99 up to $75 and hopefully beyond!
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jones99 jones99 8 years ago
Marriott International (MAR +3.69%) was upgraded to 'Buy' from 'Hold' at Evercore ISI with a price target of $75.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 8 years ago
Marriott and Starwood Both Support and Encourage Shareholders to Vote for Merger on April 8, 2016
Date : 03/31/2016 @ 6:53PM
Source : PR Newswire (US)

http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=70958607
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Echo20 Echo20 8 years ago
Back to Marriott


Echo,20
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