Can Airline Investors Finally Remove Their Seatbelts?
Airlines have shown resilience after a tough 2020, heading into 2021 with newfound optimism on the back of continued vaccine rollouts and borders reopening, for both leisure and business travel.
As rising cases of the delta variant have once again sparked fear in some tourists, however, will the positive outlook for the global airline industry be short lived?
In this webcast, U.S. Global Investors and ETF Trends will discuss whether the markets could be reaching a peak in “fear” over industry concerns, and why airline sentiment has the potential to improve, particularly heading into the busy holiday travel months.
Topics will include:
- How the pandemic has impacted the airline sector, and what this could mean for investors in the second half of 2021
- How airlines have adapted their business models in a challenging market environment
- How investors can gain exposure to the global airline industry with an ETF strategy, rather than investing in individual airline stocks
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U.S. Global Investors
Lara CriggerManaging Editor
ETF Trends and ETF Database
Distributed by Quasar Distributors, LLC. U.S. Global Investors is the investment advisor to JETS. For more information on the U.S. Global Jets ETF, download a prospectus here.
Investing involves risk, including the loss of principal. Airline Companies may be adversely affected by a downturn in economic conditions that can result in decreased demand for air travel and may also be significantly affected by changes in fuel prices, labor relations and insurance costs. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting actions to control or slow the spread has had a significant detrimental effect on the global and domestic economies, financial markets and industries, including airlines. U.S. Global Investors continues to monitor the impact of COVID-19, but it is too early to determine the full impact this virus may have on commercial aviation. Should this emerging macro-economic risk continue for an extended period, there could be an adverse material financial impact to the U.S. Global Jets ETF.
Diversification does not assure a profit nor protect against loss in a declining market. ETF Trends publisher Tom Lydon is on the board of U.S. Global Investors.