The U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) was featured in an article by Seeking Alpha that outlines the fund’s investment objectives, holdings, strategy and more. The author of the article, Carlos Sava, writes that “if you want a simple way to get broader exposure to the carrier group and gain some international exposure, JETS is a cost-effective way to do so.” In writing why he likes the airline industry, Sava says it “has rationalized and consolidated” in the last decade and that price-to-earnings ratios and “cash flow multiples are low and attractive.”
For investors seeking exposure to the airline industry, JETS is the only available pure-play fund that focuses on the global aviation industry. Learn more about the fund by clicking the button below!
Read the full article, “An Alternative For Airline Exposure,” on SeekingAlpha.com.
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