Many sectors took a hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, but maybe none more so than travel stocks. With the world shut down by periods of hefty travel restrictions, airline stocks were selling off like crazy.
As earnings season heats up, is now the time to start buying them again?
It might be. United Airlines Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: UAL) posted some very lackluster earnings, but that could change if the vaccines begin to do their job and return us to some normalcy.
However, if you want to get back into travel stocks, you have to be smart about it.
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