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7 Best Defense Stocks to Buy Now
Tuesday, 19 July 2022, 13:44:11
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has resulted in one of the biggest geopolitical crises in recent memory. The U.S. government pulled its troops out of Afghanistan last year, which led to the belief that defense stocks would be unattractive, at least in the near term. However, defense stocks have proven resilient during the current downturn, with several developed countries increasing their military budgets due to the Russia/Ukraine conflict. For instance, the iShares U.S. Aerospace & Defense ETF has dropped by just 3.80% in the past three months, whereas the S&P500 has shed over 17% of value. 7 Best Long-Term Dividend Stocks to Buy Right Now According to CNBC’s top stock pundit Jim Cramer , believes that “The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a game-changer for the defense industry, and you’d really have to be clueless not to notice.” The industry is booming, and it’s time for investors to pounce on the current bear market. LMT Lockheed Martin $390.5 RTX Raytheon Technologies $90.32 BAH Booz Allen Hamilton $90.54 NOC Northrop Grumman $449.71 DD DuPont $54.24 GD General Dynamics $209.65 OLN Olin $47.2 Lockheed Martin ( LMT ) Source: Giannis Papanikos / Shutterstock.com Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT ) is an aerospace giant that operates as a pure-play defense contractor.
7 Best ETFs to Buy Now for July 2022
Thursday, 14 July 2022, 00:03:07
After a wild first six months of 2022, investors are now focused on adjusting their portfolios for the remainder of the year, and one way they’re doing that is via exchange-traded funds (ETFs). To maximize profitability potential while maintaining stability, market participants ought to consider the best ETFs to buy now. While picking an individual winner provides the most exciting opportunities in the equities sector, it’s also extremely difficult to do consistently. To lever the odds in your favor, the ETF represents an ideal option. Rather than being completely levered to the ebb and flow of single-stock ideas, the best ETFs to buy give you a broad canvas of potential upside opportunities. In other words, the best ETFs to buy are wagers on themes rather than which specific brand will win out. Therefore, if you believe that the energy or defense sectors will become more relevant due to geopolitical tensions, broad-based funds give you a higher probability of success than merely banking on a single company. 7 Best Dow Stocks to Buy in July Of course, even the best ETFs to buy now mitigate maximum upside potential.
Howmet Aerospace stock rallies after Benchmark upgrades, as long Ukraine war could boost titanium business
Friday, 8 July 2022, 14:28:14
Shares of Howmet Aerospace Inc. rose 1.7% in premarket trading Friday, after Benchmark analyst Josh Sullivan turned bullish on the aerospace and titanium company, citing a supply chain recovery and market share gains as companies divest their titanium operations in Russia. Sullivan raised his rating to buy, after being at neutral for at least the pat two years. Sullivan set his stock price target at $40 stock price, which implies about 23% upside to Thursday”s closing price of $32.55. Sullivan said with global air passenger demand remaining “robust” and international travel just starting to recover, demand for Howmet”s aircraft manufacturing products should provide a longer-term boost. And as the Russia-Ukraine war drags on, leading aerospace original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to move away from Russia-based titanium producer VSMPO-AVISMA, Sullivan believes Howmet can benefit over time as Howmet is capable of producing approximately 80% of VSMPO”s products. Howmet shares have gained 2.3% year to date through Thursday, while the iShares U.S.
Boeing”s stock leads the Dow”s losers, heads for lowest close in more than 2 years
Monday, 13 June 2022, 20:38:14
Shares of Boeing Co. took a 9.3% dive in afternoon, to pace the 28 of 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average components that were losing ground. The aerospace and defense giant”s stock”s price decline of $11.77 was shaving about 78 points off the Dow”s price, while the Dow dropped 754 points, or 2.4%. Boeing”s stock, which has tumbled 18.2% over the past four sessions, is also the Dow”s biggest decliner over the past three months (down 34.6%), year to date (down 42.8%) and the past 12 months (53.4%). While the Dow is headed for the lowest close since Feb. 1, 2021 and Boeing shares were on track for their lowest close since March 23, 2020, according to Dow Jones Market Data. Boeing”s stock selloff comes as growing fears of a recession was weighed heavily on airline and aerospace and defense sectors, with the U.S. Global Jets ETF falling 15.2% the past four days and the iShares U.S. Aerospace & Defense ETF shedding 9.2%, while the Dow has declined 7.7%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move.
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