US Global Jets ETF (JETS)
$26.13 0.11 (0.42%)
5:12 EST JETS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 75.77M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8,370
Day's Range 26.24 - 26.24
52-Week Range 11.25 - 27.33
Dividend & Yield 0.14 (0.54%)
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The JETS ETF might seem like one of the best ETFs for a post-pandemic future. But the long-term impacts will be substantial.
The recovery in U.S. airline stocks will take time to materialize, but it is coming. Patient investors should consider buying the JETS ETF.
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In a perfect world, I would prefer that JETS were an equal-weighted ETF where the biggest aren’t at the front of the bus. Let each holding's quarterly performance speak for itself. A problem with cap-weighted ETFs is that they often turn out to be nothing more than a bet on one or two stocks, which defeats the purpose of owning a portfolio of stocks.
The JETS ETF is no longer one of the best ETFs to buy, as a potential second wave of coronavirus infections imply more pain is ahead.
Powered by rebounding air travel demand and normalizing consumer behavior, airline stocks are positioned to once again fly high.
The Covid-19 pandemic dinged a slew of asset classes, but these ETFs are positioned to benefit when the virus is squashed.
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 are skyrocketing as the reopening trade hits its stride. Here's how to trade American Airlines stock right now.
Airline stocks continue to rage higher and may continue to do so. But even if that's the case, I'm not attracted to the JETS ETF right now.
United Airlines is expected to cut staff in October. However, UAL stock is up 16% in the past week. What’s the smart play here?
Airline stocks are under siege due to Covid-19, but investors who have faith in the group should consider the JETS ETF.
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