The shares of the hydrogen fuel cell developer are showing promise.
Monday's drop is allowing investors the chance to buy a dip.
The parent of Hainan Airlines looks set to emerge from bankruptcy after its top executives were arrested and the Chinese state stepped in.
And even then, only if it seems that COVID is finally on the run, allowing for a second attempt at a full reopening of the economy.
I prefer stock picking, and that is what we see right now. The indices just don't matter too much.
The overall market seems to be mispricing the threats of rapidly increasing prices and the fast-spreading Delta variant.
U.S. buyout specialists are striking deals for ground and air travel in Australia and New Zealand as they take advantage of recent lockdowns.
The technical signals of the air carrier have yet to point upward.
There's nothing to do on this one today, but we have triggers around the corner.
I'll excuse the relatively flat year-to-date action prior to this week.