The Airline Stocks Could Reach New Lows

Quarantines and stay-at-home, the orders begin to raise through the united States, with many places of preparing to re-open stores and restaurants for at least a limited domestic operations. Airlines around the world hope that the worst is past, but as Warren Buffett’s recent sale of the disclosure pointed out, not everyone is convinced that the travel industry spring to life in one or two quarters.

Many analysts believe that travelers will stay away from airports in the coming months, waiting to see if the lifting of restrictions triggers a terrible “second wave” of infections. In addition, the airlines are now safe implementation of detachment in their fleets, the lowering of the capacity in terms of passengers and revenue into the indefinite future. The Plans of hiking rates in order to compensate for these lost seats could backfire, the report of a recovery that many smart people expect two or three years.

The airline stocks are near the lows of March right now, in spite of the strong bounces through the market of the universe, highlighting the weakness of demand. It is not surprising, because they were exceptionally low on the balance sheet of the crisis, pumping out years of profits in share buybacks and executive bonuses rather than build up reserves of cash, and businesses need government assistance to survive. In turn, this raises the rating for secondary offerings that will dilute the already depressed shares.

These poorly managed companies have the weakness of the market artists throughout the second half of the economic expansion, failing to reward the shareholders, so that any comments insisting on the fact that the group will return to the prior highs should be viewed with skepticism. More importantly, these questions can easily move to new lows, continuing a bear market that could persist for months or years.

United Airlines Holdings, Inc. (UAL) stock completed a return trip in 2007 from the top down to $50 in 2014, and has erupted a few months later, stalling in the middle of$70. It has made a breakout above this level in the fourth quarter of 2018, but buying interest has failed to develop, producing the dead side of the action ahead of the March 2020 distribution than cut, through the support of the 2016 2017 and bottom. The price action since that time has failed to go up, either of the barrier.

The decline found support at the .786 Fibonacci rally retracement from 2008 to 2018, the upward trend, a common turning point after a significant decline. The monthly stochastic oscillator crossed above a very level of oversold at the same time, but still has not issued a buy signal. Similarly, a rebound in 2016, resistance seems more likely to quickly plunge to new lows at this point, with the stock’s fate riding on his ability to turn up the level.

American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL) stock sold from $63 to $ 1.45 during the economic collapse and turned into a new decade, is gaining ground in a retracement that has won in the seven points of the prior peak in early 2015. The stock has been cut in half over the next 18 months, bottoming out at a two-year low in the $20 by June 2016. The subsequent rebound, completed a round-trip in the state of the high in January 2018, which gives an escape that failed in the four points of the 2007 all-time high.

The decline continues until 2019, accelerating in February 2020. She broke out of 2016, at the same time, the advance of the continuation of the decline that cut through the .786 retracement level of Fibonacci from 2008 to 2018, the upward trend. The subsequent rebound has lasted for three days before stalling at $17.24, before a new low in early April. The stock is currently testing the critical support level and could break down, finally reaching the deep 2008 low price of$1.45.

The Bottom Line

The airline stocks are in trouble near sell low due to the continuation of contrary winds and could break these levels in the coming weeks.

Disclosure: The author held no positions in the aforementioned securities at the time of publication.


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