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Last Wednesday the U.S. Federal Reserve held off on raising interest rates, which didn't come as a surprise.
But whenever the next Fed rate hike does take place, it could erase any market gains we've seen in 2016.
Lockheed Martin stock was little changed Wednesday at $203.53 as the global security and aerospace titan rolled out its first highly anticipated F-35A Lightning II for the Norwegian Armed Forces.
Despite the muted reaction, Lockheed Martin stock is poised to rise.
The Lockheed Martin stock price (NYSE: LMT) this year has been sensitive to developments in the Joint Strike Fighter program.
Investors can expect this LMT stock price driver to be around for some time.
There's a 76.2% chance that the U.S. Senate will change hands today. Now, the prediction isn't my own - it comes from Nate Silver, an eerily accurate, tech-centric election forecaster.
This Republican surge is good news for tech investors if they want to profit from the big changes brewing in Washington.
Choosing the best stock to buy to play the commercial space race has enormous upside potential for investors.
That's because the private space industry is worth billions. Exemplar is news today (Tuesday) that NASA awarded Boeing (NYSE: BA) and SpaceX - which is backed by Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk - a whopping $6.8 billion contract for its Commercial Crew program.
After decades of working with defense technology companies, I know the ebb and flow of military spending all too well.
I remember that when the Cold War came to an end, the nation's political leaders were talking enthusiastically about the so-called "peace dividend."
That's Washington-speak for Pentagon budget cuts that always seem to come after a major conflict has ended.
Many investors believe that with our presence in Iraq largely gone, defense firms will offer mediocre returns at best.
I'm not buying into it. I think massive profit opportunities are there. And the market and the government are lining up behind them... Full Story