UBS says space tourism could be a $4 billion market by 2030. Here's how to play it

Billionaire businessman Jeff Bezos is launched with three crew members aboard a New Shepard rocket on the world's first unpiloted suborbital flight from Blue Origin's Launch Site 1 near Van Horn, Texas, July 20, 2021.
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As the space tourism sector heats up, one Wall Street firm thinks the industry could be worth billions of dollars within the next decade and suggests several stocks to get in on the action.

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