TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said investors typically sell airline stocks after terrorist attacks. 'The Brussels tragedy - you don't want to make any money off it,' Cramer said. 'What people typically do is sell travel stocks - that's a knee-jerk effort,' adding that this was a pattern seen after 9/11 and the Paris attacks last year. Two explosions took place at the Brussels airport and another blast occurred at a subway station on Tuesday. Tickers mentioned: (DAL) , (LUV) , (AAL)
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