Warren Buffett Sees Delta Air Lines As A Buying Opportunity

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  1. All the news that fits!

    How much did Etihad lose on my 6 long haul Apartment award trips (CMN-AUH-SYD, SYD-AUH-IAD, ICN-AUH-IAD, with 3 trip to the Louvre Abu Dhabi) last year? 😉

    My AmEx HH Aspire is in my second year with the Airline credit already used and the resort credit is next week 🙂

  2. Even better DAL dip today, $45- at the close.

    I’ve been holding substantial cash now waiting for the ‘dip’, and snapping up undervalued, safe stock that pays dividends AND has a long-term incline (appreciation) chart. NEE, DAL, and ED are three that fill those criteria.

  3. Buffett bought only $45,000,000 in DL stock.

    That’s like me buying a candy bar.

  4. It’s not even a secret that when the investment is under $1B, it’s one of Berkshire’s asset managers doing the investment, not Warren himself.

  5. Feels like airline stocks will continue to drop. No one is booking travel beyond 30-60 months from now, if anything they’re cancelling.

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