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2017 is shaping up to be a good year for airlines, according to Deutsche Bank.
We've made a few tweaks due to price changes, while others were based on a last-minute assessment of better value.
The second half of our value-stocks portfolio for the New Year.
Apple and Southwest Airlines are among the first five stocks that we reveal will be part of my 10-stock portfolio for next year.
The game is evident in a number of sectors, including airlines and tech companies.
Wait for a possible correction before considering going long.
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 floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
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.
Jim Cramer cautions investors not to pile into airline stocks just because Warren Buffett now owns them.
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.
The caveat is, they were a lot lower when he started accumulating them.
During the 3rd quarter, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway took stakes in American Airlines, United Continental and Delta Airlines, according to a regulatory filing.
The S&P 500 tumbled in October, but that didn't stop individual investors from adding to their stock portfolios.
Banks, oil service companies and airlines are all inching back.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.
Investors react differently to two airline companies quarterly results, while Tesla prepares to report after the market close.
Being pulled this way and that among airlines, restaurants, autos and other sectors.
The airlines are back, don't give up the ship on the sector heading into 2017, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks pulled back early Wednesday amid worries about Apple.
For the week of October 24, investors await quarterly results from a slew of major companies, including Apple, along with the first estimate of third quarter GDP.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is fond of United Continental Holdings' (UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz.