With his Berkshire Hathaway having poured nearly $10 billion into the big four U.S. airlines over the last little while, it’s safe to say that Warren Buffett has changed his perspective on the airline industry – which he once referred to as a death trap for investors. So why are airlines now better investments than when Buffett shunned them, and is their run likely to continue or is there limited runway room left? Today’s article examines both of these questions. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Why The Winds Have Changed For Airline Stocks…And How Much More Runway Do They Have?
- by Bob Mitchell
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