The stock has already broken out, but a small position could still get gains.
Some analysts say the big-name defense manufactuers are safe havens for steady cash flow this year, with General Dynamics potentially edging out the pack.

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The tactic is to buy the GE bullishly biased at-the-money September calls.
A run-up without strong earnings metrics makes LMT a potentially good quick short.
Recent earnings and stock performance at Tutor Perini and MasTec offer reasons for optimism.
CAT is undergoing a a technical breakdown and likely to see a significant pullback.
Shareholders appear reluctant to get back on board with the struggling manufacturer, despite its new CEO's sunny outlook.
After a 25% drop, the easy money has been made and SRCL is no longer wildly overvalued.
Sales data show customers switching into higher-margin vehicles.
The stock has had a run-up of more than 20% from its January lows.

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