The June cover story on Barron’s Magazine hints at author Jack Hough’s bullish view on the airline industry, saying airline stocks have the potential to perform well over the next year. The article points at lower fuel costs, higher fees and fares, and cost-cutting as tailwinds for the industry despite low valuations. Barron’s names the top four domestic carriers, which are also the top four holdings in the U.S. Global Jets ETF, as those with opportunity for bargain hunters: American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, United Continental and Southwest Airlines.
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