Warren Buffett's investments in the airline sector should prompt consideration for investors. Take a look at these carriers today More
Airline StocksThe Wright brothers build the first plane in 1903 and their invention caused a new industry to take flight. Airlines are an essential part of the economy, as they provide humans and goods with quick easy transportation. Because they are a main cog in industry, airline stocks have become extremely prosperous, especially in the past decade. As technology advances, so too will the stock with colossal companies such as Boeing (NYSE:BA), Delta (NYSE:DAL), and Southwest (NYSE:LUV) soaring ahead.
International airline stocks are also gaining interest, as China is derestricting airspace for commercial use. Though volatile, airline stocks should be ones to watch in the near future if the economy experiences an updraft.
Airline Sector Quotes
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Berkshire just bought into airline stocks like American Airlines (AAL). However, the purchase of AAL stock doesn't smell like the Oracle. More
The airline industry is chock full of difficulties today, and it may be best to avoid airline stocks for the near term More
Discount airline stocks face a host of challenges that will continue to pressure them even if they emerge from earnings season victorious. More
Our Bear of the Day is Southwest Airlines (LUV), which is forecasting rough times ahead for the airline industry. Avoid LUV stock More
Southwest Airlines reported earnings fell, and with its signal to analysts of slower growth, time to avoid LUV stock More
General Electric and American Airlines released earnings before the bell this morning, and despite good news, GE shares are lagging premarket More
Key metrics missed continue to make Delta Air Lines, Inc. a stock to sell, and DAL is today's Bear of the Day More
Ireland-based Ryanair Holdings is struggling ahead of the Brexit fallout. RYAAY stock is our Bear of the Day More
Monday's confirmed bullish "harami” is a good momentum signal despite the market's volatility. We also see Southwest as an indirect trade on lower oil prices. More