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In spite of none of the companies in question needing to issue shares as they had enough cash on hand, $RCL issued shortly after that Du Mans Group Champion Mazda 787B Shirt, $CCL immediately copied them, and $NCLH followed suit a couple of weeks after $CCL. At least none of them tried to pull an $AMC and have the CEO go on TV and give zero credit to retail investors for saving the company and instead taking all the credit before diluting and then paying himself a fat ass bonus for doing nothing but issuing shares like some sort of conquering hero. The amount of the dilution in question meant that the resistance price of (to use as example, $NCLH) of $32 a share already represented a higher price than the pre-virus share price. Ditto for the other 2. Investors haven’t seem to have noticed, however, and these stocks still trade in the general range, though the resistance level