Currently, 13.3% (or two) of the analysts tracking JetBlue Airways (JBLU) stock have a “strong buy” rating for the stock. About 40.0% (or six) of them have a “buy” rating, and another 40.0% (or six) have a “hold” rating. None of the analysts have a “sell” rating. However, 6.7% (or one) analyst has a “strong sell” rating on the stock.
There have been no upgrades or downgrades yet for JetBlue Airways since its traffic release on June 12, 2017. Only two other research groups have changed their target prices on the stock in the past few months.
Imperial Capital has raised its target price from $29 to $31. Citigroup, on the other hand, has cut its target price from $21 to $20.
Earlier in the year, JPMorgan upgraded the stock from a “neutral” rating to an “overweight” rating. Argus Research has downgraded the stock from a “buy” rating to a “hold.”
The 12-month consensus target price for JetBlue Airways is $25.80, which is similar to the $25.10 target price the stock had after its March 2017 quarterly results. Currently, the highest target price is $33, and the lowest is $20. At the current target price, the stock has a return potential of 11.8%.
You can gain exposure to JetBlue Airways by investing in the SPDR S&P 400 Mid Cap Value ETF (MDYV), which invests 0.98% of its portfolio in JBLU.