AMZN alone is $125B now... But, the airlines have never earned their cost of capital.
Dow, DuPont and 3M together have a market cap a little over $140B. Three globally inconsequential. So, about a 15% premium to Amazon, or less than any of the recent AMZN price targets. Makes complete sense.
Here's why AMZN hypesters should be drooling all over DAL: DAL just anounced it increased revenues over 13%. Although they lost more money on the increased revenues, the POTENTIAL is what matters. Increased revenues COULD turn into increased profits "some day." And don't forget the POTENTIAL "future free cash flow" that Billy babbles about. Other good things about DAL are huge debt to cash ratio. And there is always the POTENTIAL that they come to some settlement with their unions to cut costs. And of course they have a lot of COMPETITION. And don't forget more good news: NO DIVIDENDS from DAL now, but POTENTIAL DIVIDENDS from DAL "SOME DAY." And don't forget they have a low cost carrier called SONG that has never made a profit yet but it has the POTENTIAL to make a profit "SOME DAY." All in all, DAL has a lot of "POTENTIAL" things going on here, just like AMZN. I think all AMZN hypesters should buy DAL at increasing prices on it's "POTENTIAL" just as they buy more AMZN at increasing prices on its "POTENTIAL." Be like Billy, buy on future hype potential, not on present realities. Hahahahaha