This Stock is Soaring


Today’s chart highlights a big change from a legendary investor…

Warren Buffett is widely considered one of the greatest investors of all time.

He has assembled a legendary portfolio of both private and public companies to form his $420 billion investment company, Berkshire Hathaway.

Since its inception, the firm has brought in about 18% returns annually for Buffett’s clients.

But even Buffett has struggled in certain industries…

Take airlines, for example. Buffett used to have a strict “no airlines” rule.

And he has joked about calling a hotline to “talk him down” before he bought any airline stock.

So it’s surprising to see that he recently invested about 6% of Berkshire Hathaway’s stock portfolio (about $9 billion) in airlines.

One of his top airline holdings is Delta Air Lines (DAL). Delta’s latest earnings report was optimistic, with double-digit operating margins and improved customer satisfaction. As you can see, Delta’s shares are up more than 25% in the past year… and recently hit a new all-time high. The airline business is known for its big “boom and bust” cycles. But with Buffett on board, it could be “boom” time for the airlines…

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Source: Daily Wealth’s Market Notes