Traders seem to like the aerospace giant's latest earnings.
The airline appears to have handled a tough quarter better than its competition, and it's beefy free cash flow can fix a lot of problems.
The charts of the air carrier, which posted mixed first-quarter results here on Thursday, seem to be stuck in a holding pattern.
Here's the the price I'm watching on the my chart 'radar.'
Here's how we'd play the stock right now.
For the better part of three years, Hong Kongers have had to wear masks just about everywhere, even after Omicron tore through the population.
The stock is losing altitude.
It looks like the airline will have to return to the gate, so trade carefully.
The airline is set to report its latest quarterly numbers Thursday.
A serious top reversal looks to be in play now.