Cheaper energy means more disposable income, some of which is spent on travel.
There could be much more where this earnings-inspired downside came from.
American Airlines is trading at the low end of its range and likely will creep higher.
The stock got ahead of itself and is now paying the price.
Four instances when the Latin American airline was a great buy reflected similar valuations.
Next week's earnings report could provide an addtional spark for the stock.
Continued weakness or a flat line in oil should push JBLU into the very high $20s.
Weaker greenback should help the export-centric firm gain altitude.

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Weak orders will weigh on earnings.
The transports have been the canary in the coal mine for the entire market for months.

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