barcode, just ignore some of them are simply morons. they dont want to hear someone talking down their shares. who gives a ****. and yes i have an aviation interest. when im bored watching telly i write on the BBs. is that strange. good. do i think IAG shares are worth investing . at 0.80 they are.
Im truly happy that taking my time has filtered me out. And please, the moron don't mention my name since the dislike reciprocal. Bovey, to answer you, this is a public BB. If you don't like what I write you could also filter me out. But to answer the reason I'm writing is that I like to follow the aviation sector. One day I will likely invest a sizable amount but not at current levels
George, your answer leaves me speechless. I did say specifically that I am not comparing IAG to Alitalia. Can you read ? My point was and this applies to IAG too, demand for air travel is down massively. Why would an airline acquire more fleet ? They won't, and they will fly much fewer planes. I don't think iag will be nationalised but expect dilution and a very big drop of the SP.
but you think BA will want to fork out cash for more planes that who knows when they will fly? does that make sense? as an example the new alitalia now only has 90 planes, down a third. not that im comparing alitalia to BA, but it a trend, less planes will be needed. thats a huge issue for airbus and boeing. Airbus and boeing are to me currently way overpriced. people think we are going back to how things were in january.
newbie, dont wait for august, sell them now and save some £££. in winter it will be disastrous. people with flu ( millions of people ) wont know what they have. actually the summer this virus is giving some breathing space. if this virus behaves like previous pandemics I quite frankly dont know where we will be
paddy, they might not be short right now, but they will be. there are high fixed costs and high running costs in the airline business. its a tough business that relies on plenty of demand to be profitable. demand is now a staggering 90 % for airlines
RE: Two-thirds of Britons not planning to travel abroad for the rest of the year01 Jul 2020 14:15
Directive I agree with you, I wasn't calling you a deramper. It's what some on here have decided I am because I state that IAG will not reach £8 ( luddite lol ) any time soon. Regarding the virus at the end of the day it's a personal choice. But look at what is happening in the USA, it's soon going to be 100,000 a day, no small thing
RE: Two-thirds of Britons not planning to travel abroad for the rest of the year01 Jul 2020 13:50
Luddite the virus spreads precisely of people thinking like that. And we are indeed seeing a resurgence. If you don't care about catching covid we certainly don't either. 70% capacity? I would love to see these flights full at 70%
Chris I can. The cash burn will eat away the reserves in time. Those flights need to be full to be profitable but you will be lucky if they can get 30% capacity. This is assuming we get no more lockdowns which by the look of things is not certain. I seat and watch for now, would never buy an airline stock now, any airline
i dont like shorting single stocks. i expect a rights issue in the not so distant future. at what price im not sure. but way down to where we are now. the real test comes when mortgage payments becomes due again and the furlough schemes end. right now we are living with borrowed time. these can of course be extended further once the panic selling resumes. To expect that suddenly people will get jobs is just so naive. airline stocks will suffer a huge blow. gold miners will double from current levels with gold at 3000. the only thing i cant guess is WHEN.
13 million of these. INFA has never had a BOD as good as this, lets face it. there are three important revenue streams not just one. and they are all big projects. even if only one succeeds the SP wont stay here long. I think JW is doing a good job. I have faith in him
Doesn't mean flights will be full of people. They won't. Anyone hoping that suddenly these flights will fill up is a loser really. It will take many many months. I'm eagerly waiting for my £1 entry. Or rather £0.8 to 1.