After spending much of the past six year at a bottom-dwelling one-star rank, priceline.com
Following a weak second-quarter forecast affected by the volcanic eruption in Iceland and debt woes in Europe, CAPS members have become more bullish on priceline.com's stock after it shed roughly 30% of its value. With the international growth potential of the company and signs of increasing travel, more investors are buying into the trends that can lead to continued strength in its business.
Major U.S. airlines recently posted one of the strongest quarters in recent years, with Delta Air Lines
While Chinese peers Ctrip.com
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Fool contributor Dave Mock loves the first-class upgrade treatment. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here. priceline.com is a Stock Advisor recommendation. Ctrip.com International is a Motley Fool Hidden Gems choice. The Fool's disclosure policy tipped the scales at 250 in a very dark period of its life.