Air travel demand is sagging again due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, but that doesn’t mean investors need to avoid all airline stocks.
Airline stocks, having had a record-breaking decade, are now seen as nothing more than flying petri dishes of infection. Should you ever invest in them again?
With survival now the name of the game for airlines and retail, should investors be steering clear of these industries?
The news kept getting worse for the aerospace giant.
In a very un-Buffett like move, Berkshire sold $314 million worth of Delta and $74 million worth of Southwest shares last week. We want to know why.
The airline industry is one of the hardest hit by the current pandemic, and there is one reason why it may never reach its former heights again