Short Volume Ratio = Short Volume / All Volume. Source of Short Volume data comes fromFinra
Moving Average Convergence/Divergence oscillator (MACD) is one of the simplest and most effective momentum indicators available.
Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. RSI oscillates between zero and 100. According to Wilder, RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when below 30.
- Volatility is at a recent 2 week high. A high volatility of stock movement indicates uncertainty.
- RSI is at a high level of 72. A high level of RSI indicates the stock is overbought.
- MACD is crossing MACD signal line at 0.4. MACD crossing signal line is bullish signal.
|Earning Growth (QoQ)|
|Revenue Growth (QoQ)|
|Held by Institutions %||85%|
|1 Day Vol Adjusted Return||0.4|
|1 Month Vol Adjusted Return||12.1|
|3 Month Vol Adjusted Return||9.0|
|6 Month Vol Adjusted Return||33.0|
|20 Days SMA Price ZScore||1.5|
|50 Days SMA Price ZScore||2.2|
|12 -26 Days PPO||7.5|
|1 Month Average Short Volume Ratio||44.2|
|1 Day Volume Change ZScore||-0.6|
|1 Month Daily Vol||3.1|
In a year that tested the airline industry, Hawaiian Airlines held on to its top spot as the nation's most punctual carrier. For the 17th consecutive year, Hawaiian has enjoyed the best on-time performance record with 87.5 percent of its flights arriving on time last year, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Hawaii's hometown airline began its on-time performance streak in 2004.
It's a good day for airline stocks, and after a slower start than many of their peers Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA) and Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) have joined the party. Shares of Hawaiian traded up as much as 10%, and Southwest up more than 5%, after a Wall Street analyst signaled the green light to buy into the sector. Deutsche Bank analyst Michael Linenberg sounded the all clear on Monday, upgrading eight airline stocks, including Hawaiian and Southwest, from hold to buy.
Shares of Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA) climbed 10.6% in January, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, as investors took a fresh look at the airline following a miserable 2020. Hawaiian, like the rest of the airline industry, was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hawaiian was hit particularly hard due to its niche network.
Airline shares underperformed the indexes, with United Airlines Holdings (NASDAQ: UAL), American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL), Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), and Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA) all closing down more than 5%. Airline stocks took it on the chin in 2020, with the pandemic causing travel demand to evaporate and pushing the entire industry into the red. In a memo to employees obtained by Reuters, United said it could furlough up to 14,000 employees when government payroll support expi...
Hawaiian Airlines wasn't so lucky: Strict quarantine requirements for visitors arriving in Hawaii sapped demand in the airline's markets. While the near-term outlook remains bleak, Hawaiian Holdings could become one of the better-performing airlines as the air travel demand recovery accelerates over the next year or two. Quarantine requirements kept a lid on Hawaiian Airlines' business in the third quarter, which is traditionally the peak season.
Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. (the "Company"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: HA), today announced the pricing and upsizing of the previously announced unregistered offering by Hawaiian Brand Intellectual Property, Ltd. (the "Brand Issuer") and HawaiianMiles Loyalty, Ltd., (the "Loyalty Issuer" and, together with the Brand Issuer, the "Issuers"), each an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.
Carriers like United Airlines (UAL), Alaska Air (ALK) and Hawaiian Holdings (HA) suffer a massive deterioration in their respective Q4 passenger revenues.
Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) fourth-quarter 2020 results are hurt by lower passenger revenues due to the pandemic.
Moody's Investor's Service affirmed the B1 corporate family and B1-PD probability of default ratings of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. ("Hawaiian") but downgraded the ratings of subsidiary Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.'s ("Airlines") Series 2013-1 enhanced equipment trust certificates; Class A to Ba3 from Ba2, Class B to Caa1 from B1. Hawaiian's speculative grade liquidity rating was upgraded to SGL-1 from SGL-2.