Rising defense budgets make this ETF the best cheap defense play.
We’re in the midst of a modern race to space.
When it comes to investing in the final frontier, these are some of the best space stocks to buy now.
China is flexing its muscles on the world stage, especially in the area near Taiwan.
In its latest show of strength, the global superpower conducted live-fire drills off the Taiwanese coast.
It may not be the most hopeful news.
But even in scary times, you find certain market trends never go away.
Defense is one of those.
The best defense stock to buy now owns a massive portfolio set up for solid growth as tensions rise.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average executed a minor overhaul today.
As of the opening bell, three stocks were removed from the index and three new stocks added in their place.
Dow Jones said it took the action because of the impact of the Apple stock split – it didn't want the tech sector to have less influence.
But how will this affect the DJIA and its component stocks going forward?.
As we head deeper into another round of 2020 earnings reports, small cap stocks are slipping into a season "danger zone," according to pro-trader Chris Johnson.
So today, Chris has put together a options play to double your money – or more – on the downside of the Russell 2000.
Check it out, in this the latest from "Fast Profits with Money Morning."
Jet travel is as fast as it's ever been, thanks to new materials like carbon fiber, and ultra-efficient turbofan engines, like General Electric's GE9X and Rolls-Royce's Trent XWB.
Still… a trip from my home in California's Bay Area to, say, Sydney is a grueling, boring 15-plus hours. New York to London clocks in at more than seven hours, and the busy New York to Los Angeles route takes nearly five-and-a-half hours.
But what if you could take off from San Francisco and land in Sydney in a little over three hours? Or make the trip from JFK to London Heathrow in 90 minutes? How about a 230-mile hop between Washington, D.C., and New York that takes just four minutes?
Those incredible travel times are very, very possible traveling at Mach 5 – five times the speed of sound, or around 3,836 miles per hour.
It's become what's known as "hypersonic" speed, and before much longer, it's going to make those mighty GE9Xs and Trent XWBs look like steam engines.
The technology to take us hypersonic isn't coming tomorrow, or "just around the corner" – it's here now. Today.
It's not available to commuters or vacationers – yet – but it's the top priority of American, Chinese, and Russian defense firms.
That makes this tech critical to our security. At the same time, owning the industry leader I've identified here is going to be critical to your prosperity… Full Story
Investors are going all-in on the recent wave of optimism driving stocks higher.
But according to pro-trader Chris Johnson, today's rally won't last…
In fact, the next dip is already starting in the defense sector – creating a prime put buying opportunity for this week's "Fast Profits with Money Morning."