The Wright brothers build the first plane in 1903 and their invention caused a new industry to take flight. But the novel coronavirus sent airline stocks into a tailspin, forcing airliners to burn through their cash piles. But despite the current environment, the airline industry is a necessary component of the global economy. Though some airlines are good buys today and others may be headed for bankruptcy, the top airline stocks will emerge stronger. 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 American Airlines, Delta, Southwest and United soaring ahead.
Airline stocks are the talk of the town today. United and American airlines both posted Q4 earnings this week amid conflicts with 5G towers.
A handful of airline stocks are getting a boost on Tuesday, as overall sentiment in the sector continues to improve with the pandemic fading.
Airline stocks should take off as vaccines are more widely dispersed and all that cabin fever can finally be addressed.
From an investment standpoint, the COVID-19 pandemic had made the airline sector one to avoid. But now, it may be one to embrace. Here's why.
Delta Air Lines will survive, but it has mortgaged its future in order to do so. If you're buying DAL stock now, you're in too early.
Uncertainty continues, but now's the time to buy DAL stock, ahead of what could be a multi-year return to the "old normal."
This year has been turbulent for the travel industry for sure, and these airline stocks do not offer enough long-term value -- yet.
DAL stock is up 11% in August as the carrier introduces new cleaning technology, including pre-flight cleaning "pit stops."
Yet, if bleak prospects get priced back into shares, we could be reach a compelling entry point. Sure, high risk remains on the table. But, Delta stock may be the most cautious way to play this still hard-hit sector.
Powered by rebounding air travel demand and traffic, JBLU stock will shake off Covid-19 risks in the back-half of 2020 and fly higher.
Powered by rebounding air travel demand and normalizing consumer behavior, airline stocks are positioned to once again fly high.
Airline stocks are still down in the dumps, compared to where they were as recently as February. But the situation is evolving rapidly.
Airline stocks took off like rockets but it's still important to pick smart entries. JBLU stock will need to tackle overhead resistance soon.
Delta Air Lines may face many long-term challenges that keeps investors away. However, DAL stock a top pick in the group for bulls.
A slow-recovery scenario is likely in the airline industry. JBLU stock is capitalized well enough to survive this downturn to possibly reach new highs form the current levels
Recent strength in Delta stock epitomizes what's happening in the equity market today. Stocks, including many of the worst offenders during the March Covid-19 swoon, are rallying against a backdrop chock full of rising unemployment and other bleak economic data. Airlines, which remain contrarian bets, are late to the trash-to-treasure rally. That could be a sign more near-term upside is available with the group and Delta itself.
Investors looking to play the rebound in airline stocks should pass up AAL stock because the firm's shaky finances will hurt its recovery.
Are airline stocks preparing for takeoff or will they stay grounded? Aim high with a selection of notable aviation-sector investments.
Despite its potential upside, wait for Delta to fall below book value. DAL stock trades for its book value per share, but its cash burn rate suggests it should be well below that level.
Survey results, antibody tests, and bargain basement oil prices are among the factors that bode very well for UAL stock.