Southwest Airlines (LUV)
$40.16 0.31 (0.78%)
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Market Cap 23.28B
PE Ratio 6.66
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.19M
Day's Range 40.08 - 40.90
52-Week Range 22.47 - 58.83
Dividend & Yield 0.57 (1.42%)
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Air traffic is still depressed, but investors should consider these airline stocks here. They have more upside potential than downside risk.
LUV stock could rebound big in 2021 as broad access to a Covid-19 vaccine unleashes pent-up travel demand.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) earnings for the travel company's second quarter of the year have LUV stock dwindling on Thursday.
An initial flattening of the coronavirus infection curve bolstered LUV stock. But with the pandemic’s resurgence, Southwest Airlines has been forced to do an about-face.
But what happens if these three international markets experience an economic renaissance while the U.S. flounders under its directionless leadership? Southwest and all the other airlines relying on a domestic economic recovery are up the creek without a paddle.
Southwest is the airline analysts want you to buy. LUV stock is down just 38% from pre-pandemic levels and has a strong balance sheet.
LUV stock stands out against other airlines with strong sales growth and a high quality score, setting the stage for higher gross margins.
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The CARES Act bailout gave most of its largesse to the largest carriers, meaning you might make more money on the smaller ones, if the virus doesn't come back this fall.
Investors are doing their best to see the best possible news for Southwest Airlines. But LUV stock still faces a slow recovery.
Before you get involved with LUV stock, it pays to do the math. When you do, you’ll realize that “good” value depends entirely on your perception.
Powered by rebounding air travel demand, LUV stock is set to shake off Covid-19 risks and rebound back above $40 soon.
Powered by rebounding air travel demand and normalizing consumer behavior, airline stocks are positioned to once again fly high.
By Thomas Niel
But, at lower prices ($20 to $25 per share), LUV stock is a worthwhile bet on an air travel comeback.
Southwest Airlines stock has been through the wringer, but its balance sheet trumps its peers. What should we make of LUV stock now?
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