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The Boeing stock price is down .4% since the company canceled its contract with GKN Plc. on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
The design of the Boeing 737 Max will have to completely change while Boeing still tries to stick to a 2017 release date.
The Boeing stock price traded up 2.4% to $142.15 today (Wednesday) after the company reported better than expected fiscal Q3 results and an optimistic full-year outlook.
Amid record deliveries of commercial planes, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) earned $1.11 billion, or $1.59 per share, in the quarter. Revenue jumped 9% to $25.8 billion.
We stand on the verge of yet another government shutdown. The last shutdown, as costly and embarrassing as it was, was profitable for savvy investors. This one will be, too.
Playing this sector with one of our favorite trading strategies could create some quick double-digit profit opportunities.
The Pentagon has partnered with Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ), and 159 other private companies and universities to develop wearable tech for military use.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the creation of a new institute in San Jose called "Flexible Hybrid Electronic Institute" on Friday. The institute will work to develop manufacturing techniques and new applications for flexible electronics.
FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) announced a big Boeing 767 purchase from Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) between 2018 and 2023.
This is a big order from a large corporate customer. It's an endorsement of Boeing's superior fleet.
The 51st Bi-Annual Paris Air Show was the event of the year for the Aerospace industry.
Held in Le Bourget Airport in Paris, France, this prestigious air show has brought together industry leaders from across the globe to hunt for new commercial opportunities - and over 2115 exhibitors marketing their latest and greatest projects.
As the largest and longest-running aerospace trade show in the world, the Paris Air Show features companies from over 44 different countries, 285 official delegations, 3,100 international journalists, and nearly 139,000 professionals year after year.
But you don't have to be perusing the Parisian halls of Le Bourget to be a part of the action.
The Boeing stock price has fallen considerably from its record highs earlier in the year.
But this fall in price should be looked on as a buying opportunity if nothing else.
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One just saw its revenue jump 40% in the most recent quarter. Another has annual revenue of $226 billion with gross profit margins near 40%. The third expects its industry to fill $5.2 trillion worth of orders in the next two decades.
It's been wrongly assumed that defense stocks are a bad investment because of budget cuts.
But on the contrary, growing conflicts in the Middle East only further prove their value.
And even if you're not sold on the military angle, defense stocks are also a good buy because these companies are upping their presence in the civilian market.
With some 20% of S&P 500 Index companies already reporting, Q3 earnings have so far been strong. Remaining reports will be important as a number of key industry players remain on tap to post results.
Reporting today are a telecommunications giant, an aerospace titan, two major pharmaceutical companies, a pair of social media players, and more.
The commercialization of space is estimated to be worth more than $300 billion a year.
Over the past two decades, the role of private industry has grown as that of the government has shrunk, opening up new investing opportunities in the "final frontier."
Boeing stock is up 78% this year. And that's despite getting hit by a lot of widely reported problems with its 787 Dreamliner commercial aircraft as well as the ever-looming threat of defense spending cuts. Not many companies can bull their way through such setbacks and emerge a strong buy.
I was at work here at the office last Monday night when I heard about the Boeing 737 crash at New York's LaGuardia Airport. A nose wheel on the jetliner had apparently given way after a hard touch-down just after 5:30 p.m. (EDT), leading to a crash that injured about eight of the 150 folks on board.
"Uh-oh," I thought to myself. "Here comes another feeding frenzy."
The media have had a feeding frenzy at Boeing's expense ever since the tragedy in San Francisco, then the Dreamliner fire and the 737 crash. All it can talk about is the "continuing woes at Boeing." But don't be fooled, appearances can be deceiving.
I've been bullish on this aerospace giant for a while and even in difficult times, I doubled down. Its recent troubles are a thin veil over some great long-term fundamentals.
And its shares are set to soar...