Daren Fonda, Barron's

Daren Fonda

Barron's

Mountain View, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Daren:

Covid Is Making Cash History. How to Profit From the Digital-Payment Future.

Consumers were already running away from physical payments. After the pandemic, they may never go back. → Read More

Quick Virus Testing, Traffic Trends, Bring Hope for Airlines

Several Wall Street analyst are taking a more positive view of the outlook for the sector. → Read More

Southwest May Be as Good as It Gets for Airlines, Analyst Says

Berenberg analyst upgrades airline to a Buy, says it may achieve cash-flow break-even ahead of peers. → Read More

The Case for Southwest Airlines, a Strong Player in a Devastated Sector

Raymond James analyst Savanthi Syth says the carrier is well-positioned to capture revenue in 2021, → Read More

The Electrification of the Industrial Economy Is Accelerating. 5 Stocks That Will Benefit.

The long-term trends for electrification are favorable. → Read More

Airlines Are Planning Job Cuts. That Could Be Bad for Elected Officials, but Not for Stocks.

The message to Congress: Bail us out again or expect thousands of layoffs this fall. → Read More

6 Underdog Stocks to Ride the Recovery

Jefferies identified potential winners in aerospace, hotels, and gambling among other sectors. → Read More

Airline Stocks Are Soaring. Why One Analyst Sees More Gains Ahead.

Citigroup’s Stephen Trent is particularly bullish on Spirit and Delta. → Read More

Car Dealer Stocks Could Offer Investors a Good Ride

Investors and car-buyers have gravitated toward online platforms. undefined But for investors, at least, the better deals are still at the lot. Why investors... → Read More

JetBlue’s Disappointing Quarter Shows Airlines Won’t Recover Soon

JetBlue’s second-quarter report came up short, and guidance for the third also missed estimates. But shares are slightly outperforming the airline sector... → Read More

Airline Stocks Had a Terrible Quarter. Analysts Look at What’s Next for the Stocks.

A recovery for carriers stalled in July as coronavirus cases rose and states imposed quarantine measures. → Read More

New Quarantine Rules Land Another Blow to Air Travel

The recovery in air travel is hitting a new headwind with domestic quarantine rules being imposed by states and cities, as Covid-19 cases surge in parts of... → Read More

Stock Valuations Are ‘Frightening.’ What That Means for the Market.

Some analysts argue that the economic trends are still getting better overall—and that’s what matters to the market, even if there are periodic backtracks.... → Read More

U.S. Airlines Are Trying to Recover. The Surge in Coronavirus Cases Could Get in the Way.

Airlines are ramping up their flight schedules to try to keep the momentum in air travel going through the summer. → Read More

Airlines Are Ramping Up Flights and Selling More Seats. But Is It More Safe to Fly Now?

The question of whether demand will bounce back may come down to health safety. → Read More

Airline Stocks Are Falling as Covid-19 Cases Rise

Analysts worry that a new wave of cases could put the brakes on a recovery in air travel. → Read More

Southwest Airlines May Have Just Started a Fare War

Price competition on leisure travel will make it tougher for airlines to turn a profit. → Read More

Airlines Are Ditching Peanuts for Purell to Bring Customers Back. It Might Be Working.

Purell is the new peanuts as airlines try to win back consumers in the age of coronavirus. → Read More

Industrial Stocks Have Been Hammered. Here Are 4 Poised to Gain in a Recovery.

Emerson Electric, Ametek, Wabtec, and RBC Bearings are high-quality companies that should benefit as economic activity begins to pick up. → Read More

The Latest Upbeat News From Airlines Fails to Lift the Stocks

Both Delta Air Lines and Southwest issued encouraging updates on their operations and financial condition. → Read More