As we approach the end of 2023, we believe global airline stocks continue to offer a compelling opportunity for investors, bolstered by a series of positive indicators. The recent earnings season has showcased the resilience and adaptability of the airline industry, with many companies exceeding expectations. Notably, renewed travel numbers have begun to reflect a strong rebound in consumer confidence and pent-up demand for air travel.

There are numerous ways to gain exposure to the airline industry: through major carriers, airline operators and manufactures, airports and even online travel booking companies.

In this webcast, Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors, will walk through macro forces impacting the global airline industry, while highlighting the fund strategy of the U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSE: JETS).

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Airline Companies may be adversely affected by a downturn in economic conditions that can result in decreased demand for air travel and may also be significantly affected by changes in fuel prices, labor relations and insurance costs.

Foreign and emerging market investing involves special risks such as currency fluctuation and less public disclosure, as well as economic and political risk. By investing in a specific geographic region, such as China and/or Taiwan, a regional ETFs returns, and share price may be more volatile than those of a less concentrated portfolio.

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Topic: Why Airlines Are Poised to End 2023 On A High Note
Hosted By: USGlobal ETFs
Start: Friday, Sep 15, 2023 10:30 AM
Category: JETS
Duration: 1 hour 0 minutes
Current Timezone: America/Chicago

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