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Citi says airline price-to-earnings valuations are "reasonable to cheap" and below the historical average of 10 times forward earnings.
Warren Buffett's investment in airlines is like a "Good Housekeeping seal of approval" for the industry and United Airlines, its CEO said.
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Jim Cramer takes a hard look at the airline industry, and issues one reminder for investors looking at Warren Buffett’s recent moves.
The billionaire once quipped that investors would've been better served if aviation pioneer Orville Wright had been shot down at Kitty Hawk.
Airlines are well-managed, oil prices are low and the economy is growing, former Continental CEO Gordon Bethune says.
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Value investor Bill Miller III and his son Bill Miller IV say they disagree on airlines, a day after it was revealed Warren Buffett just jumped into the stocks.
From a valuation standpoint they've never looked more attractive, says Savi Syth, Raymond James, weighing in on the airlines and what likely attracted Berkshire Hathaway to the sector.