To top it off, Zoom’s revenue in 2019 was $622 million…
…while the four airlines’ combined revenue in 2019 was $158 billion.
As this crisis continues, I’d expect Zoom to grow a bit more, or remain in flux as it has been in the past few weeks. However, airlines’ market cap will likely continue to downsize a bit more, or remain static.
I’m no investor, but as soon as this is over, maybe before zooms stock is about to absolutely die, but noted I guess, if there’s ever a new disease discovered that has even the smallest possibility of becoming a pandemic drop your airline investments, and put a few in online work stuff…
It’s always temporary. I’d think if it was possible to buy airline stocks, now would be the right time. In 5 yrs the industry would have recovered very well. The IT companies though won’t go out that easy as having more users have brought to it more permanent clients.
That’s pretty unfortunate for all the investors in the airlines but this is a really unique situation which the world hasn’t seen before. I can’t believe the worth of these massive American airlines just plummeted. I do hope that this situation is able to recover, but it’s going to take time.
Well, if you invested enough (and I mean like really much) this might be the case, you never know.
Also this just shows how the markets work very well. Airline stocks drop extremely recently with the lack of demand, while online teaching is the new market to get into and this shows in the numbers now.