Southwest Airlines (LUV)
$42.79 0.86 (2.05%)
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Market Cap 24.81B
PE Ratio 7.10
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 12.52M
Day's Range 41.53 - 43.39
52-Week Range 22.47 - 58.83
Dividend & Yield 0.57 (1.33%)
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By Joel Baglole
A new stimulus package being negotiated between Democrats and Republicans is expected to include new money to help airlines survive until a Covid-19 vaccine is available. Here are seven airline stocks to buy on stimulus hopes.
Airline stocks are not the darling of the investment world, but these companies are doing well in reducing cash burn and costs.
Times are anything but normal for airlines. But the possibility of a vaccine has analysts issuing new opinions on airline stocks to buy.
LUV stock has rallied from May lows as investors price in a return to normalcy. But the market still has some catching up to do.
By Joel Baglole
There are several stand out travel stocks to buy now, as each is bound to return with a vengeance in 2021 with the rise of tourism.
It's likely that LUV stock will return to its pre-pandemic levels at some point. However, there's no quick timeline for this to happen.
A Morgan Stanley analyst says Southwest Airlines will rally 30% in the next year, but a lot has to go right for LUV stock to see those gains.
Southwest Airlines is one of three airlines with investment-grade bonds. LUV stock needs it to stay that way or it's headed lower.
With a surprisingly positive August jobs report, the bullish narrative for LUV stock gained credibility. However, investors should keep in mind the painful lessons of 9/11.
Southwest Airlines' recent update provides hope. LUV stock could rise 36% to 53% over the next six months if its finances turn around.
As Covid-19 cases and cash burn rates drop, LUV stock is in a great position to erode its losses and march towards its 52-week high. At under $37 per share, shares of the legacy carrier still offer a great deal of upside.
With receding coronavirus cases and a business that is geared toward shorter, domestic flights, LUV stock finally looks interesting.
The bar for airline stocks has been lowered, and now survival is the name of the game. Here are five airlines that will make it through.
With more solid recovery prospects, LUV stock remains one of the best airline stocks. Shares remain a buy as they start trending higher.
With Southwest representing the airlines' woes, bold investors can load up on cheap LUV stock while the industry pleads for another bailout.
Travel stocks are down, but not out, and some of these names could be ready to rally over the near-term as pent-up demand is realized.
As one of the worst-hit sectors in this pandemic, airliner investments like LUV stock don’t look too hot. However, the broader adjustment to the new normal could act as a surprising catalyst.
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