AND YOU GOT THE BAG
Going to happen REAL SOON too
Oil has dropped $20/bbl and it doesn't even help. don't you get it.
But are making a killing here.
reputable firm making smart call. GET OUT NOW.
Hey dimwit, airline consolidation is OVER. Done. FINITO.
Hawaiian was left out and will die a slow death.
Meanwhile, traditional stock brokers continue to pump this garbage and receive big ($.10/share) concessions from offshore accounts on top of commissions charged to clients.
BIG SCAM. Stock shows it.
What did daytrader tell you IDIOT
THIS WOULD BE THE LOSER TODAY. HE IS RIGHT. HE IS MAKING $$. YOU ARE NOT.
Shut your piehole and move on
You seriously are asking the board this Q?
You own a stock of a company that has WARNED on EPS. This market DOES NOT BID UP STOCKS LIKE THIS ONE PERIOD.
Another warning is coming, then the $3s, then BK
It's amazing to me the amount of cheerleading on this board. Soon, HA will not have the cashflow to service it's burgeoning debt and it will have to file for a restructuring. Another poster pointed out the 20 or so cases of BK in just the last 7-8 years in the airline sector; HA is next.
Growth and expansion is a losing bet in this global environment and has sealed the fate of many an airline except for JBLU and GOL. GOL will BK this year or next too.
If you own this stock, please, look at days like today and pull your head out of your a.$$
Sell now; EPS has been leaked and will be horrific, stock will see $2s.
and this stock heads quickly into the $3s.
Now that big money has had the weekend to digest the magnitude of the disparity between what SD has promised and actually delivered. I think this stock could see the $1s-low $2s if crude drops $15-20/bbl.
Small cap energy E&P might be the worst sector to be invested in period. I think airlines are a better bet even....
And what I get is this; UAL mkt cap is $9.11B, DAL $12.54B, LCC/AMR @ $13.20ish is $10B fully diluted @ 209,000,000 share count for LCC. So, you have to ask yourself the following; is this combination better or worse than the previous two?? The street is quickly adjusting UAL and DAL valuations and telling us "no". However, I think that all of the legacies are very cheap even at these much improved levels in share prices, so the downside in LCC I keep coming back to would be around $11.50, the upside perhaps as high as $20 or more in the next 12-18 months barring in catastrophic black swan.
What I'm dying to know is how much debt will remain @ the combined entity. I believe I read somewhere that WITH pension liabilty it is around $15B vs $38B for DAL (DAL has an insane pension liability). So there is a real possibility that the new company may be substantially undervalued.
The shorting that is going on NOW after full dilution is somewhat confounding. I can't imagine why a fixed income holder would short a highly levered stock like this against a bond holding, especially given the low P/E. I am thinking a MAJOR spike could occur at anytime. How about, tomorrow :) We have a presentation in the morning, no?