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(A Top Pick Mar 24/21, Up 18%) Still bullish as Airbus is well-positioned to benefit from the recovery in air travel this year and beyond. They still benefit from an oligopoly with Boeing. Also, when Covid hit, the average age of airplanes in the industry hit all time highs, so planes were already old. The airlines look for fuel efficiency in new planes they buy (reducing carbon emission is a major driving), so this could be a key competitive advantage for Airbus.

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(A Top Pick Apr 17/20, Up 95%) It will benefit from the rebound in air travel when that happens. Their largest competitor is in complete disarray.
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Still 30% below pre-Covid highs, but well positioned to recover. Structurally growing market, with very high barriers to entry. Growth expansion supported by increasing middle class in EM. Efficiency gains from fleet renewal could be a benefit. No dividend. (Price target is in Euros.) (Analysts’ price target is $107.32)
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Question: Which stock has rallied higher so far in 2020, Boeing or Airbus? The answer isn't Boeing, which is enjoying a renaissance now that the FDA has certified the troubled 737 Max, once its best-selling plane. Boeing, however, gets all the attention, while Airbus keeps climbing. In the past six months, this European plane maker has soared 66% (as of the Dec. 2 close) while Boeing has risen about 41%. Even in the past month, Airbus outperforms Boeing, and should continue to give Boeing a run for its money since it suffers no overhang, namely damage to its reputation from two deadly crashes. More comparisons: Airbus' forward PE is 0.03x, EPS -0.32, revenue growth YOY is 4.91%, and profit margin at -1.93, while Boeing's is 26.87x, -24.29 and -0.83%.
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(A Top Pick Aug 19/19, Down 40%) It's been severely affected by the pandemic and the subsequent collapse of air travel. We're starting to see some recovery. It's in a duopoly in the aircraft business so it is a good market to be in the longer term. With a 5 year time horizon, it should have recovered nicely.
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(A Top Pick Aug 19/19, Down 46%) He still likes it. He doesn't know when air traffic will resume, including business travel. A vaccine or herd immunity will encourage travel. Boeing, their biggest competitor, is still struggling with the 737 Max. Hold onto this, because when air traffic returns this stock will easily triple. (Stay away from Boeing.)

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In the next 3 to 6 months we are looking at a realistic situation where new parts for planes are not going to be used so the natural life will extend. We WILL get a normalized return to air travel. He would not go for equipment manufacturers at this point. You have time to wait for these stocks. Domestic travel will start to happen and eventually international, when quarantine is not required.
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The aerospace sector has been hit hard. However, he thinks carriers will need to go to new planes eventually and buyers will avoid Boeing. Yield 0%

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They are attracting more buying orders. It is a natural beneficiary of the issues Boeing is having. The purchases are multi-year and the deliveries are multi-year. He thinks they will be okay longer term. He prefers the bigger seats for long haul flights. This is definitely a trade here and an opportunity.

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(A Top Pick Sep 18/18, Up 10%) It's benefitted from Boeing's woes. He bought Airbus a year or so ago at $28.The Airbus 320 is outselling the 737 Max. They have a great backlog of planes. However, there's a rumour that Trump may slap tariffs on Airbus for receiving government subsidies.

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Airbus has a 7 year backlog for the competitor to the 737-Max. They are really the only alternative. They have great visibility on the cash flow. The new management team has done a good job so far. It will be a great holding for the next 5 years.
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He has not participated because the cycle seems very full. This will do badly in a recession. He is surprised that they went into additional innings. But think about the ending of the cycle.
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This is a recent acquisition. The backlog of orders for Boeing and Airbus is tremendous. He thinks China will favor Airbus over Boeing in future orders. He thinks the Bombardier acquisition gives them an advantage over Boeing across the fleet. They are also setting up a new maintenance service, which might take over work currently done by the airlines. This is a good extension for a capital goods seller. Yield 1.4%. (Analysts’ price target is €120.57)

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Airbus(EADSY-OTC) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 3

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 3

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On 2021-09-21, Airbus (EADSY-OTC) stock closed at a price of $33.18.