AA progress and AA stock.

WeAAsles

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Well the merger is over a year old now and as we come to the end of 2014 we've seen that the share price has doubled so far and AA is poised to make tremendous profits with the synergies from consolidation, keeping fares high and falling oil.

What do people see happening in 2015 for AA?
 
DL will outperform on every measure - not sure what there is to say - some cheerleader will be on here to trash AA at every move
 
My predictions:
 
If fuel stays low it will be record profits
Res system integration will be OK - there will probably be some bumps - however better than US/HP system integration
Employees will continue to be unhappy with any contract
Rebanking will go well except in ORD - for obvious reasons
DL will continue to drive AA out of the Dallas market with it's entrance to DAL
 
People will be demanding that Doug Parker be replaced.

Executives will get record bonuses.

Mechanics outside of TUL will be looking to get rid of the TWU.
 
eolesen said:
People will be demanding that Doug Parker be replaced.

Executives will get record bonuses.

Mechanics outside of TUL will be looking to get rid of the TWU.
LOL
 
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Zom JFK said:
AA will enjoy great success. At Their employees expense. As usual.
Bing Bing Bing. Give that man a prize for the first glass half empty comment.

Coal in his stocking next Christmas.
 
Once SOC finally occurs, a combined operation will determine what stays and what goes, what gets transferred to another station or facility, realignment of the workforce as well. The honeymoon is over as of now. Business is business and that's the way it goes.
 
WeAAsles said:
Bing Bing Bing. Give that man a prize for the first glass half empty comment.

Coal in his stocking next Christmas.
 
You're right. I'm being negative. AA let you keep your job. They gave you stock. Your cup runneth over.
 
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If you invested in AAL at the beginning of the merger or year you made a very smart move. There are other ways to capitalize on this merger for employees if they just could have a little faith in the future of the company they work for?
 


"It's a rare thing for a stock to double in one year, but some prominent names pulled off the feat in 2014.
 

Skyworks had a number of positive headlines this year, including an increased dividend and inclusion in the iPhone 6. Intercept had strong product news early in the year, while American and Southwest were the beneficiaries of renewed investor enthusiasm for airlines. In fact, Southwest led the S&P 500 this year, while American led the Nasdaq 100."
 

Following is a list of 2014's leaders and laggards:

http://www.cnbc.com/id/102303593
 
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