Transport, Shipping and Aviation: Profit from the skies
With the International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicting a global aviation industry profit of $5.6bn (£2.85bn) for 2007, last year will rightly be viewed as a very successful year for the aviation industry. However, the cyclical demand for capital is well understood and predicting when the 'top of the cycle' has been reached has become something either of an art-form or a blind bet. Investors predicting correctly can make a handsome return; those who hang on for that little bit extra can get severely burned - it is not a place for the faint-hearted.
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