American Airlines Gp (AAL)
$12.80 0.24 (1.91%)
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Market Cap 5.99B
PE Ratio 3.54
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 46.34M
Day's Range 12.59 - 13.00
52-Week Range 8.25 - 31.67
Dividend & Yield 0.40 (3.13%)
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Amid the coronavirus and a possible second wave, not only are most companies not thriving, some are looking like definite stocks to short.
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Cyclical stocks that might perform well with industry tailwinds. However, these high beta cyclical stocks should be avoided in a bear market.
Muddying the waters for American and other carriers is the still weak domestic economy. Weekly jobless claims checked in at 884,000 for the week ending Sept. 5, rising for a fourth consecutive week and easily topping economists' forecasts calling for 840,000 claims. Accounting for nearly 839,000 workers filing under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Act, the true claims number was 1.69 million.
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AAL stock is finally starting to move northward as management takes the necessary steps to streamline operations and save cash.
With the announcement that American Airlines can use a coronavirus-killing surface coating solution, AAL stock and other airline securities soared. However, investors should be aware of a potential long-term headwind over the horizon.
A second wave of the coronavirus is likely to pressure AAL stock. As a result, investors should sell their shares of the airline.
By Alex Sirois
American Airlines will not reach pre-pandemic levels for years. Problems continue to mount and bankruptcy rumors persist for AAL stock.
Long-term investors should not rush to buy AAL stock as a pull-back in the shares of American Airlines is likely
Traders are hoping for another big government aid package. For AAL stock, however, more aid would only delay its downfall by a few months.
The rotation back to small-caps is boosting airline stocks. Here's how to game the breakout in AAL stock using options contracts.
Is AAL stock a must-sell name? Not down here. But it's hard to get bulled up on American Air when travel trends are waning.
AAL stock has tracked closely with the other big four airline stocks during the pandemic. But that doesn't make it a buy.
By Joel Baglole
Investors should avoid these airline stocks until the global pandemic is behind us and international travel returns to normal levels.
Contrarians looking to pick up airline stocks should exclude AAL stock because the firm's buy case is thin and its cash-burn will become a huge problem if demand doesn't pick up.
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