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Altas Air Shows How Earnings' Turbulence Can Be Ticket to Profits

When a stock I own gets killed on disappointing earnings, I check if it still makes sense, and if so it's often a bargain, as appeared to be the case on Thursday when Atlas Air plunged.

Keep GE on the Radar

For its fiscal second quarter, General Electric posted earnings per share of 17 cents, a nickel beat, while generating revenue of $28.83 billion, thanks to CEO Larry Culp.

Boeing's Bad News Spills Over to Broad Supply Chain

Turbulence with Boeing's MAX jets jolts suppliers.

Boeing Loses Altitude as FAA Finds More Risks Related to 737 MAX

The Federal Aviation Administration has declined to set a timeline on when it will lift its order prohibiting the troubled aircraft from flying.

As Iran Conflict Brews, Set Sights on Raytheon and Northrop Grumman

While perhaps not good long-term holds at these prices, Raytheon and Northrop Grumman may be good trades.

Atlas Air Not for Long Haul, But Can Take Off for Trades

AAWW shares have gone nowhere since 2010 for buy-and-hold types, but traders have been able to pocket huge-percentage gains over relatively short periods of time.

Best (and Worst) Airline Stocks

3 ways to play United Continental and American Airlines.

United Continental Could Take Off on the Upside

Let's check out the charts of UAL on our way to the gate.

Southwest Airlines Can Fly High Again

What other proven growth company can you name with a similarly cheap valuation?

Boeing Stock Is Likely to Continue Losing Altitude in the Weeks Ahead

Let's plot a strategy for BA stock.