Hilarious! Did you ever notice every time you open your Big Mouth and Small Brain, you are proven an idiot in less than 24 hours. You have the worse timing I've ever seen. Next time you feel like Bashing something, why don't you Buy it instead..... based on your track record of moronic comments, you'd be batting 1,000 ! giggle giggle
So you claim to be the Authority on investing in Airline stocks in Brazil.... yet you have never even been there! Too Funny! giggle giggle
You obviously have NEVER been to Brazil. Because if you had, you would NOT be investing in AVH! You need some help, or some stronger Meds
Once again, the problem is the reais versus the dollar number one, and brasil does not pass along fuel price reductions for many months… Gol is still paying $3.35 per gallon in jet fuel while the rest of the world pays $1.99 per gallon
why dont you buy a ticket in Avianca and fly away? you basher
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Sharply lower fuel prices will have a "substantial positive impact on airline earnings," as fuel accounts for about 36% of a carrier's total costs, said Raymond James analysts in a note Tuesday. The analysts upgraded discount carrier Spirit Airlines SAVE, +1.73% to outperform, saying the "sharp correction in the shares is overdone." Raymond James also reiterated its outperform ratings on several carriers: Allegiant ALGT, +2.71% American AAL, -0.83% Delta DAL, +0.07% Gol GOL, +2.78% SkyWest SKYW, +1.48% and United UAL, +0.42% The analysts added that Allegiant and United are best positioned to benefit from lower fuel prices, which have been driven by crude oil's crash, due to Allegiant's less efficient aircraft and United's earnings leverage. On the downside, the analysts lowered a revenue target for airlines, citing factors such as potential softness in global demand and more competition from car travel for shorter trips.
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Wrong again hengeern, imperial capital lowered their price target on gol to eight dollars per share which is impossible
As I have stated before, Gol simply cannot survive with an exchange rate above $R 2.75. Furthermore, jet fuel in Brazil is still over $3.35 per gallon whereas in the United States it's below two dollars per gallon… Demand is falling like a rock, see Copas load factor for November that just came out today 74.3% from 85%.
The best buy in the sector is Avianca holdings ticker symbol AVH… The market cap is below Gols yet they earn a two dollar per share profit and pay a 3% dividend… It is currently trading at just five times forward earnings.