Alexander MacLennan

Alexander MacLennan


Alexander MacLennan is a Fool contributor covering Industrials, Airlines, and Financial companies. He is always ready for a good growth or turnaround story and tries to find them before the market does.

Recent articles

Bank of Ireland: A Great Pillar Investment

Ireland's banking strategy could have major benefits for Bank of Ireland. How does the bank compare to Bank of America and Wells Fargo?

Will More State AGs Drop Their Opposition to the Airline Merger?

With a settlement in Texas, will additional pressure yield results in other states?

Airline Mergers: European Edition

U.S.-based airlines are not the only ones following a merger trend.

Are "Bad Banks" Good for Business?

Why are major financial institutions creating "bad banks"?

All of a Sudden, the Market Loves Air Canada

Canada's least loved airline is now a stock market star.

Other Solutions to the Airline Merger Case

Beyond a clear trial win or pre-trial settlement, other solutions exist.

What Travel Industry Oligopolies Mean for Investors

Consolidation is shaking up highly competitive industries.

2 Undervalued Airline Stocks

Even after big rallies, these airlines still look cheap.

What Do Hertz and Tesla Mean for Each Other?

The Tesla Model S is now available for rental. What does it mean for these companies?

Tesla Under Fire: A Broader Look

Is the Model S fire as big of a problem as it seems?

2 European Investments on Sale

Significant upside potential accompanies preferred stocks at National Bank of Greece and RBS.

Why Arizona Might Not Mess With American Airlines

Is Arizona in a position to follow Texas' lead?

For Airlines, There's a Silver Lining in the Government Shutdown

Despite the negativity, airlines have two positives here.

Why Texas Won't Mess With American Airlines

What does a settlement between US Airways, AMR, and the state of Texas mean for airline investors?

Why Do Airlines Want to Personalize Your Flight Experience?

With new product strategies, what are airlines trying to do?

This Bank Could Soon Be Free of Government Ownership

This British bank looks set to return to entirely private hands and reinstate a dividend.

Toyota Is Giving Tesla Even More Room to Grow

Recent comments indicate Tesla may have one less EV competitor.

Greece: Good News and Bad News

Is Greece showing signs of a turnaround? We look at the good and the bad.

Buying After the Bailout: General Motors

This Detroit automaker is near the end of its government ownership.

After a Big Drop, Is United Continental a Buy?

Shares fell more than 9% on Friday. Should investors still consider this airline after a weak report?