North Korea could come to the diplomatic bargaining table on one condition.
United Technologies Corp
The biggest aerospace deal in history was announced on Monday.
United Technologies agreed to acquire Rockwell Collins for $23 billion.
The Dow Jones today will focus on a new threat from North Korea as the country prepares to test another ICBM.
Dow Jones futures are down 70 points this morning and the United States says North Korea is "begging for war."
Many of the top dividend defense stocks boast strong share-price growth in addition to big dividend yields.
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The price of gold gained 9% in 2016, marking the metal's first yearly rise since 2012.
But the gains won't stop there. In fact, we see gold rising another 19% by the second half of 2017.
Trump has negotiated to keep American jobs at home.
But the hard truth is, these deals aren't going to bring jobs back.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is rising in premarket hours as oil prices push higher.
The biggest election upset in modern American history was one that virtually every polling organization got dead wrong.
But I'm not a political analyst. My job is to put the very best investments in tech squarely in front of you.
The way I view it, we're likely to see U.S. and global markets reel through at least some instability for the next week or so as Tuesday night's result sinks in. Wall Street hates uncertainty, and that's precisely what we seem to have now.
I believe that instability is masking a huge new opportunity, one that might not have existed before Tuesday.
There's a sentiment among warfighters going all the way back to Sun Tzu's time that goes something like, "amateurs talk weapons and tactics, pros talk logistics."
Logistics are what make it possible to actually go somewhere and fight to achieve an objective. And it is hands down the most difficult, costly component of fighting. For every one soldier on the field, fighting, there must be dozens of support personnel in the rear, doing hundreds of tasks.
So for thousands of years, generals and military chiefs have always sought ways to make logistics easier, safer, and less expensive.
Well, they would have loved to get their hands on the disruptive technology I'm about to show you. I think it will likely change the way this country fights its wars forever.
And right now, the company that makes it is "on sale." It's been beaten down about 3.5% over the past few days, giving us a beautiful opportunity to add some more shares and keep our costs down.