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Investors are underestimating the potentially significant secular increase in defense spending. Here are several opportunities among prime defense contractors.
Bring back the gold standard? Whatever nation that did so would instantly have the most highly desired currency on the planet.
Always, always, always stick to your rules. Always. This is why we have targets, pivots and panics.
I'm going to like BA at some point but I don't think I'm there yet.
Once you recognize that growth versus value is a false dichotomy than we can figure out what's ailing so much of the market.
The main story unfolded along with the passing hours on Monday, and continues. The ending of this tale perhaps remains far from untold.
Plus, there are reasons to have serious reservations about an International Monetary Fund "aid plan" allegedly to poor countries.
An in-depth look at a trio of leading aerospace & defense stocks, with all offering a combination of strong growth and solid income.
We can still look forward to that always elusive 'follow through' day for the Nasdaq.
The real story here is one of terrific comparable sales performance and margin maximization in a pandemic environment.
Should we care about Australia's central bank taking overtly aggressive action to reign in the long end of their yield curve? Yes, we should.
This is how you enforce portfolio allocation discipline upon yourself.
Lockheed Martin is armed with a solid dividend yield, but to invest in the name, you must keep Washington locked on your radar.
Wednesday afternoon the Fed's Federal Open Market Committee will publish the central bank's first official policy statement of 2021.
As a trader who at times takes short positions, I don't know whether to stand up and applaud this group or to fear them.
GE remains a cash flow based story, but I see two negatives.
Lockheed Martin is a classic defense stock that also gives investors an offensive position.
Beyond the impacts of the pandemic, the political environment and its impact on potential policy have taken center stage.
These are the top five misconceptions about presidential elections -- and the stocks that you should look at right now.
Perhaps the best thing for the markets that might come out of Tuesday's election would be certainty, regardless of outcome.
This is a major earnings week, electoral risk is real, the virus is already slowing velocity, and the cavalry (fiscal policy) is not coming. Sometimes, circling the wagons is not the worst idea.
Monday showed some signs of not just profit-taking, but some risk-off behavior by professional managers. What gives? Why now?
What We Need Now? Pure and simple. Follow through. Equity markets have to follow through.
Plus, Kansas City Southern rejects a reported takeover overture.
Perhaps the most impressive number for LMT is the backlog of orders.
Monday's rally might have been ugly, except that this is 2020. Anything goes in 2020.