Military contractors tend to have strong performance, even amid recessions. Here are three names that could provide steady income now.
Plus, we take looks at Eli Lilly and Raytheon Technologies after positive news developments for both companies.
Between the war in Ukraine and U.S. and China tensions, this may be a great time to invest in defense stocks and ETFs.
Even as demand for large defense contractors remains inelastic, keep a watchful eye on Raytheon Technologies.
The Fed Chair and his minions are clearly misinterpreting the macro, and openly stating their intention to damage the US economy.
Let's chart the path ahead -- or up? -- for this defense contractor.
After a fundamental bump, we examine the charts.
If the economy does happen to contract for a third consecutive quarter, will anyone in Washington call that a "recession"?
The charts show RTX may have further to go on the downside.
Lockheed Martin soared earlier this year and then came spinning downward following earnings, but let's see how this name could fight its way back up.