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CHICAGO/MONTREAL (Reuters) - Following the global grounding of Boeing Co's 737 MAX jets, U.S. and Canadian airlines that fly the roughly 175-seat aircraft face a fresh logistical challenge every day: which flights to cancel and which to cover with other planes. Southwest Airlines Co and American Airlines Group Inc, the two largest MAX operators in the United States, said they have bolstered their reservation and operations teams to figure out how to spread flight cancellations across their networks, not just on MAX flights. American Airlines, for example, had most of its 24 MAX jets flying in and out of Miami, where load factors have been full during the Spring Break season.
That big, scary downturn at the end of 2018 may be in the rearview mirror, but that doesn't mean you can just forget it. Here are six steps investors can take to be ready for the next time.
Investment can be incredibly tricky. As we've previously discussed, you shouldn't be thinking about diving into investment until you have a fully funded emergency fund, have paid off all of your serious debts, and have your short-, mid-, and long-term financial and life goals under control. Remember, stocks aren't the only investment option available.
As for technical analysis, we are witnessing an almost perfect picture for future stock markets growth. The markets decline during October-December was a "Trump Rally" correction. This correction brought back the attractiveness of those stocks that were drivers of growth in previous years, but then looked a bit overvalued.