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The Dow Jones index of 30 blue-chip stocks climbed to within 19 points of the milestone on Wednesday before retreating. The Nasdaq slid from a record opening of 5,499.
U.S. stocks moved higher on Wednesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing in on the critical 20,000 level.
The game is evident in a number of sectors, including airlines and tech companies.
Keep an eye on price-to-earnings multiples for airline stocks, according to Jim Cramer.
Strong numbers from Western Digital and Southwest Airlines are helping to push up their peers.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average roared to new records and ended with weekly gains for the fifth time in a row.
Retail investors lowered their exposure to U.S. stocks in November with banks and airlines leading the way, even though the indexes moved higher, according to a TD Ameritrade survey.
These value stocks are quite attractive and sit at bargain basement prices.
DAL looks capable of an upside breakout but keep your belt tight.
The market consensus has flipped from disaster to euphoria. Opportunities still exist.
United, Delta, American and Southwest are new holdings for Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.
During the 3rd quarter, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway took stakes in American Airlines, United Continental and Delta Airlines, according to a regulatory filing.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.
The way to play these stocks now is to sit back and wait for a better entry point.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is fond of United Continental Holdings' (UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz.
The rancor and the nature of the debate are putting a lid on stocks.
U.S. stocks gained steam on Friday, buoyed by better-than-expected bank earnings and higher oil prices.
Stocks claw back from lows to settle modestly lower as fears over China's economy fade.
Delta Air Lines reported better-than-expected profit for its third quarter, but revenue misses Wall Street's forecasts.
On Thursday, October 13, Delta Air Lines reports quarterly results.
Bank earnings and the minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting take center stage for the week of October 10.
Crude was slipping back below $50 Friday, pulling down shares across the oil and gas industry.
Delta shares climbed Tuesday after the airline booked a smaller-than-expected drop in passenger sales.
Don't buy into the cyclical market chatter; CAT and the airlines look good, and here's why.
Charts show 'hedge hogs' shouldn't dump AAPL and some other big-caps.
These airline and cruise ship stocks are offering good entry points.
Airlines are facing some tough headwinds from Europe to Latin America and Jim Cramer has a playbook on how they can weather the turbulence.
And why the airlines could do better than expected in the longer term.