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Why buy Royal Caribbean Cruises shares?

The Royal Caribean Cruises brand was founded in 1997 after the merger of two major market players - Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, which has existed since 1968, and Celebrity Cruises. Over time, three more companies appeared under his wing: Pullmantur Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises and CDF Croisières de France. This string of mergers and acquisitions has earned the parent brand the status of the second largest cruise line in the world.

According to official statistics, the number of employees of the company exceeded 77,000 people, the annual income in 2019 - $9 bn, and capitalization - $18 bn. In addition, its shares are listed in the S*P 500, a list of the 505 largest-cap companies listed on the US stock exchanges. All this makes RCL assets one of the most interesting options for investors and traders from all over the world.

How to buy RCL stock?

Choosing Just2Trade as a broker, you get not only the opportunity to buy shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises, but also access to the US markets, as well as to the largest exchanges in other countries - from Europe to Russia and Asia. In addition, we offer all the necessary services to make your asset trading and long-term investments as convenient and efficient as possible.

In particular, we provide an MT5 Global trading account that allows you to work with the markets of different countries and with assets of various types - from Forex currency contracts, stocks and bonds to futures and CFDs.

In addition, we offer professional information support, including all the basic information about Royal Caribbean Cruises, collected on the Trading Tools page, and additional services - trading signals for novice traders, analytical reviews and news.

Three steps to purchase

To buy Royal Caribbean Cruises stock through Just2Trade, you just need to take three simple steps:

  1. Remotely open an MT5 Global account.
  2. Fund it with the minimum amount in any convenient way.
  3. Add RCL shares to your investment portfolio.