Earnings from Delta Air Lines released today before the stock markets opened disappointed investors prompting selling in the stock.
Average estimates had revenue of $11 billion for the quarter. Delta posted revenue of $10.79 billion which was an increase of $390 million over the same quarter last year. Per share estimates were $1.76 a share. Instead earnings came in at $1.64 a share which was lower than the $170 earned for the same period last year.
I have a number of trades in Delta stock setup using the Trade Ahead Of Earnings Strategy. Here is how they are being handled this morning as I work toward reducing the amount of capital at risk of loss. This article also includes trade updates and outlines for future trades in Delta Stock following their earnings release from today.
This trade alert and strategy discussion on Delta Air Lines Stock (DAL) is for FullyInformed Members.
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