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Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. (NYSE:RHP) Seasonal Chart

Seasonal Chart Analysis

Analysis of the Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. (NYSE:RHP) seasonal charts above shows that a Buy Date of November 12 and a Sell Date of February 8 has resulted in a geometric average return of 5.78% above the benchmark rate of the S&P 500 Total Return Index over the past 20 years. This seasonal timeframe has shown positive results compared to the benchmark in 17 of those periods. This is a very good rate of success and the return strongly outperforms the relative buy-and-hold performance of the stock over the past 20 years by an average of 3.67% per year.

The seasonal timeframe is Inline with the period of seasonal strength for the Financial sector, which runs from November 22 to April 13. The seasonal chart for the broad sector is available via the following link: Financial Sector Seasonal Chart.

Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc is a real estate investment trust that focuses on group-oriented destination hotel assets in urban and resort markets in the United States. The company operates in Tennessee, Florida, Texas, and Washington, DC. The company’s operations are divided into the hospitality unit, which includes hotel properties and operations; and the entertainment unit, which includes Grand Ole Opry assets, WSM-AM, and Nashville attractions. The hospitality unit can be further divided into rooms, food and beverage, and other hotel revenue. Ryman Hospitality derives the vast majority of its revenue from its hospitality segment and, within this, fairly evenly between food and beverage and rooms. Ryman’s hotels operate under major brands, including Marriott and Gaylord.

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