Airline Investors: We’ve Been Here Before

Alan Joyce, CEO of Australia’s flagship carrier Qantas Airways, has never seen anything like it. The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been “the single biggest shock that global aviation has ever experienced,” he said in a recent memo to the airline’s 30,000 staff members.  Joyce’s message rings loud and clear. Due to global … Continued

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February 2020 Market Recap

Gold had a wild month in February – skyrocketing toward $1,700 an ounce on fears of the coronavirus spreading, then falling below $1,600 an ounce after global equities took a big hit at the end of the month.  Meanwhile, the airline industry fell even more under pressure, led by the halt of air traffic in … Continued

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The Coronavirus Shouldn’t Scare Airline Investors Away

The Coronavirus Shouldn’t Scare Airline Investors Away

As the coronavirus continues to spread globally and airlines cancel most flights in and out of China, investors are probably wondering – should airlines be avoided for the near future? Not necessarily. We view it as a buying opportunity. The economic repercussions of this global health emergency will no doubt have a big impact on … Continued

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January 2020 Market Recap

Gold had a solid start to the decade, rising due to growing geopolitical tension and risks globally, such as the coronavirus, Iran missile attacks and Brexit. Meanwhile, the airline industry remained under pressure, led by news of more trouble at Boeing and the spread of coronavirus halting flights. Click below to read our recap of the airline sector and gold market from January 2020.

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December Market Recap

Gold began to rally again in December then closed 2019 out as the best year for the metal since 2010. Meanwhile, the airline industry remained under pressure, led by news of more trouble at Boeing. Click below to read our recap of the airline sector and gold market from December 2019.

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