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Hyatt is adding properties strategically, running them well, and recycling them when it makes the best sense to do so. With lots of room in growing markets, Hyatt has a lot of room to run. I'm a big fan of CEO Mark Hoplamazian, too.
Hotel industry specifically in developing countries not developed as of now
Hyatt Hotels will benefit greatly from increased business travel as the economy continues its slow and steady recovery. These reasonably valued shares are a long-term BUY.WHOVPLLC
Hyatt Hotels are one of my favorite destinations when I travel about the United States visiting companies either owned in my investment or researching new investment opportunities. I especially like the Hyatt Union Square in San Francisco for its access to Bay area technology companies.As the economy continues its slow recovery both business and leisure travel will improve. Hyatt Hotels is a Long-term BUY.Kahuna, CFAInvestment Professional1974 - PresentUWASAP.org
I think most stocks in general will be dropping over the next few years.
Turnaround specialist George Putnam sees long-term potential in the hotel sector.
Being from the Chicago area I have watched the Pritzners build this very successful business and still control it even though it is a public company. I think this company will continue to grow over time.
The hotel company doing great last year though not against the S&P 500. If research further more, we will discover that it won against the S&P 500 during the first month and so last two years.
Hotels are a semi-saturated market; opportunities for growth in emerging markets, but it'll be slow and Hyatt's earnings on existing holdings don't justify the multiple it trades at.
Seems over priced.
Crazy, absurd valuation!!
Sector bet - travel and leisure is rebounding. I'm going on my philosophy that best time to get into a sector is when it's unpopular.
a good stock
As long as Goldman gives the Pritzker family at least a 90 day lock-up on this IPO, and since Wall Street wants this IPO to go well to have more IPOs for less well-known companies, insiders won't sell and Market Maker activity will be benign.
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