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The risk of a push back into the mid-to-low $190s feels real here.
Stocks are rising as Wall Street responds to Trump's Afghanistan strategy.
But you should always have cash and gold anyway.
Trump's foreign policy philosophy is grounded in economics -- and that extends to wars, as well.
Changes in economy have shored up weak areas.
The handwringers will be out in full force. Their fear creates buying opportunities.
As long as people make mass misjudgments like with Best Buy, there will be opportunities,
It was a solid start to the week with gains putting the S&P 500 within 10 points of its all-time closing high.
They are easier and less contagious than the techs, and the polar opposite of the banks.
How to look at defence contractors in light of global geopolitical tensions and economic realities.
Don't be surprised to see GD double from this large consolidation pattern.
The aerospace and defense giant has the potential to reach $200 and maybe even $280 in the months ahead.
The new president's agenda has been clear from the start, so don't act surprised.
For Lockheed and other companies, government revenue stream is in jeopardy.
Trump's plan to rebuild the U.S. military could benefit these somewhat expensive contractors.
Tweet on Air Force One cost overruns is ominous for companies dependent on government.
Aerospace and military names today look a lot like the health-care group did 18 months ago.
AeroVironment's specialty, level of cash and lack of debt could have the makings of an acquisition target.
The stock is a little heated, but I'm drawn to the longer-term trend and momentum pictures.
Becton Dickinson, CVS and General Dynamics offer value even after the recent run-up in stocks.
Honeywell's struggles in its business jets segment could signal trouble for other aerospace industry leaders.
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.