Delta Air Lines (DAL)
$28.30 0.60 (2.17%)
6:02 EDT DAL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $27.70
Market Cap 19.85B
PE Ratio 5.72
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 52,662
Day's Range 27.70 - 27.70
52-Week Range 17.51 - 63.44
Dividend & Yield 1.31 (4.63%)
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By Ian Cooper
It's time to sell United Airlines on fears of a "second wave" of the coronavirus. Until the fear dissipates, avoid UAL stock.
Airline stocks are still down in the dumps, compared to where they were as recently as February. But the situation is evolving rapidly.
After months of volatility, DAL stock is finally enjoying robust momentum. However, conservative investors may want to sit this one out, as fundamentals remain turbulent.
Delta has one of the oldest fleets in America. It’s just another reason why you shouldn’t invest in DAL stock.
Conditions have improved for Delta stock, but putting shares on the radar rather than in the portfolio is the better option in today’s market
Delta Airlines was flying high with business travel on the rise, but DAL stock faces a difficult recovery if corporate flyers don’t return.
Although the underlying airliner industry isn't quite favorable, DAL stock is better supported than its competition thanks to Delta's comparatively robust financials.
Delta Air Lines may face many long-term challenges that keeps investors away. However, DAL stock a top pick in the group for bulls.
I'm bullish on Delta for several reasons, and you should be too. DAL stock will benefit from the airline's cash pile and a rebound in demand.
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.
The coronavirus pandemic has made them cheap, but these stocks to sell are in trouble and have no place in your portfolio.
By Alex Sirois
Although the airline industry is getting pummeled, DAL stock looks to be the best poised to turn around among the major carriers.
DAL stock isn't the best pick in the airline sector, and with conditions as bad as they are right now, investors should be choosy about their selection.
DAL stock struggled to recover from the Great Recession. Here's why its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic will be even uglier.
DAL stock will flourish because the legacy carrier has moved swiftly to tackle the economic fallout of the crisis.
Airline stocks roared on Monday, but the gains are unlikely to stick. Here are three reasons not to buy into DAL stock here.
Delta is cutting costs to get through the coronavirus pandemic. DAL stock needs a single catalyst to take off again.
The crisis isn’t over yet for DAL stock after another 2020 record-low close on Friday, but does that make Delta Airlines a buy?
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