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Is Now a Good Time to Buy Airline Stocks?

Now that we have two very effective coronavirus vaccines heading for the market, things appear to be looking up for the airlines.

Airline stocks have rebounded sharply in the last few weeks as it increasingly looks like we will be able to put the pandemic behinds us next year.

United Airlines (NYSE: UAL), for example, is up 20% since the start of November.

And if UAL rebounds to it's January highs investors could make over 100% profits.

That profit potential has investors asking the same question, "is now the time to buy airline stocks." The answer is yes.

And no.

Let us explain...

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Buy These Stocks, Sell These, and Watch This Critical Number

Unfortunately, the political and personal fault lines in the United States are about as raw and volatile as they've ever been. But that's a subject for another time and place.

As investors, whatever our personal politics or feelings are, now is the time to quickly come to terms with what's happening and what likely will happen in the stock market.

Because despite the market's action yesterday, it has drawn a line of its own – a "line in the sand" – and where your money is in relation to this line will make a big difference.

I'm going to show you where that line lies, because there are some dangers, no doubt, but there are also some unique profit opportunities… Full Story

I'm going to show you where that line lies, because there are some dangers, no doubt, but there are also some unique profit opportunities...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Falling on Election Interference Developments

The Dow Jones today is struggling after news broke that Iran is attempting to interfere in the U.S.

presidential election.

This was accompanied by news that Russia had obtained Americans' voter information.

John Radcliffe, Director of National Intelligence, said that Iran has been sending spoof emails aimed at inciting political unrest and intimidating voters.

Here's the latest update on stimulus, earnings reports, and everything else moving the Dow Jones Industrial Average…



The Best Stocks to Buy Before the Next Round of Stimulus

Stocks were at their lows for the year back in March when COVID-19 was spreading rapidly throughout the world for the first time.

It was a time of fear and panic in the financial markets as stocks fell about 35% from their all-time highs in February with little information to go on for the novel virus.

But then, the United States federal government went into their economic playbook and passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

This provided over $2 trillion in economic support to American workers, families, and small businesses.

In general, most of the stock market has reacted favorably.

Since the CARES Act was passed on March 27, the S&P 500 is up 30% to new all-time highs.

So today, we're going to reveal some of the best stimulus stocks to buy now (and avoid) before a second major round of stimulus hits the markets...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Rises on Calls for $25 Billion Airline Bailout

The Dow Jones today could see gains after President Trump called for $25 billion in emergency funding for the airline industry.

Trump’s latest push for stimulus came just hours after he said that he had called off stimulus talks until “after the election.” The President’s statement also comes shortly after Fed Chair Jerome Powell urged Congress to take action.

More on everything moving the Dow today, below.


Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Pushes over 28,000 as Investors Prep for Fed Statement

The Dow Jones today will climb higher ahead of the latest update from the U.S.

Federal Reserve.

The central bank will complete its two-day meeting on monetary policy on Wednesday.

Virtually no one expects any changes to the central bank’s stance on interest rates.

However, investors are paying close attention to how the Fed plans to address inflation.

Concerns about the economy continue to swell.




Should I Buy Airline Stocks Now? Chris Johnson Explains in His "Markets Live" Session

Airline stocks find themselves in a precarious situation right now.

In April, these businesses received $25 billion in bailouts from the U.S. government to continue paying their hundreds of thousands of employees.

Under the terms stipulated by the government, the airlines weren't allowed to make any layoffs or job cuts until Sept. 30.

The government hoped the money would be enough to tide the airlines over until October, when travel was expected to pick back up again…

But that clearly hasn't happened.

You see, the number of passengers going through TSA is down 74% from a year ago.

And with COVID cases surging again, it doesn't seem like this trend will reverse itself soon...