Should Investors Consider Buying Airbnb Or Expedia Stock?

Should Investors Consider Buying Airbnb Or Expedia Stock?

Lido Advisors' Gina Sanchez and tradinganalysis.com CEO Todd Gordon discussed whether Airbnb Inc ABNB or Expedia Group Inc EXPE is the better buy at current levels Tuesday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." 

Airbnb Vs. Expedia: The trade for the first half of the year was "growth at a reasonable price" and Expedia fit the bill, Sanchez said.

The trade for the second half of the year is growth and Airbnb presents a significant growth opportunity for investors, she said.

Related Link: Analyzing Airbnb's Unusual Options Activity

Gordon told CNBC that he prefers Expedia with a $24 billion market cap over Airbnb with a $90 billion market cap. From a technical perspective, Airbnb is struggling to find support near its IPO price at $140, he said.

On the other hand, the technical setup for Expedia looks pretty good, Gordon noted. 

Can Airbnb catch up to Expedia's 2021 rally? @ToddGordonTA and @GinaVSanchez weigh in $ABNB $EXPE pic.twitter.com/3JBQ56eMun

— Trading Nation (@TradingNation) July 13, 2021

Price Actions: At last check Tuesday, Airbnb was down 2.24% at $143.31 and Expedia was down 3.18% at $162.02.

Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb.

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