General Dynamics (NYSE:GD)

Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Baker Hughes, Cameron, Cisco, Facebook, VeriSign and More

Stocks have retreated from their highs, and investors still want upside from the market while avoiding the next major sell-off. 24/7 Wall St. reviews many analyst research reports each morning ...
Read Full Story »
101725882

Companies Profiting the Most From War

Global military spending was down in 2012 for the first time since 1998. And for the second year in a row, arms sales from private industry to governments were down ...
Read Full Story »
Apache Block III Ceremony and First Flight

Defense Stock Surge Ignores Possible Budget Cuts

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was to release a budget proposal Monday that would reduce the size of the U.S. Army to levels not seen since before World War II. So, ...
Read Full Story »
GALLANT EAGLE '88

UBS Very Cautious on Defense Stocks: Entire Sector Near All-Time Highs

Despite budget cuts and battles within the Congress, the defense sector has spent the past two years chugging higher despite the potential cost cutting overhang. In a very volatile political ...
Read Full Story »
investing

Five Stocks in Which the Short Interest Doubled

Short sellers can be interesting to watch, particularly in periods of market fluctuations. Here are five stocks that saw their short interest double between the January 15 and January 31 ...
Read Full Story »
difidends

Merrill Lynch’s Top Dividend and Yield Stocks to Buy During the Pullback

As the levels of panic start to rise in the market, so do the opportunities for investors who have put aside some cash in anticipation of the event we are ...
Read Full Story »
Pentagon

Sterne Agee Top Aerospace and Defense Stocks to Buy for 2014

Aerospace and Defense are often lumped into one group when it comes to sectors and analysis. Unfortunately, this may be as simple reasoning because of how few large players there ...
Read Full Story »
NYSE-flag

Argus Makes Key Changes to Top 30 List of Stocks to Buy for 2014

Argus offers investors what is considered to be truly independent investment research. The firm solely researches companies without pursuing investment banking relationships for things such as mergers, initial public offerings, ...
Read Full Story »
car_production_line

Merrill Lynch Top Industrial Stocks to Buy for 2014

After an outstanding 2013, many investors look to 2014 with a wary, but positive eye. Most on Wall Street are generally bullish on 2014 prospects, but any number of external ...
Read Full Story »
Smokestacks

Eleven Companies With $1.1 Trillion in Backlog Orders

The economy has never gone back into major expansion mode after the recession. After all, the financial media often doubts the bull market, and the Federal Reserve and other central ...
Read Full Story »
Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcatel-Lucent, BP, Gap, Teva and More

This week marks the beginning of the end for earnings season, and both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 hit new all-time highs last week. Now investors and traders ...
Read Full Story »
LMT F-16 airplane

Lockheed Martin and United Technologies Cut Layoff Plans

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT), the world’s largest defense contractor, had said on Friday that it would furlough some 3,000 employees as a result of the federal government shutdown. By ...
Read Full Story »
Warren Buffett

Seven Stocks That Warren Buffett Never Should Have Sold

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) and Warren Buffett often are followed in corporate America as the undisputed investment kingmakers of all time. And 2013 has been an incredibly strong year, ...
Read Full Story »
Boeing F15 Fighter

Defense and Warfare Stocks Starting to Gain from Syria Military Action

It was barely over a week ago that we couldn't help but notice how the aerospace and defense stocks were getting hit hard to lower share prices despite the notion ...
Read Full Story »
146821322

Why Defense Stocks Are Selling Off Ahead of Syria Military Action

When nations go to war, the so-called military industrial complex is generally considered to be the real winner when it comes to the economic side of the equation. Warfare is ...
Read Full Story »