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Invest In Holiday Travel with This Airline ETF

from Zacks July 23, 2018

Americans across the country hit the road and took to the skies to visit family for Independence Day. AAA estimated that a record-setting 46.9 million people across the U.S. traveled 50 miles or more during the holiday weekend. Of those, 39.7 drove while 3.8 million flew. The transportation, lodging, hotel, restaurant, food and retail industries all benefited from this holiday migration, according to Zacks.

The U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) provides investors who are looking to potentially capitalize on this seasonal boom with exposure to the global airline industry.

Check out Zack’s full article – “5 ETFs to Make the Most of July Fourth Celebrations” – on their website,


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