Lockheed Martin Corp (NYSE:LMT)

11 Dividend Hikes From September Too Large to Ignore

While September 30 marks the end of the month, it is also the end of the third quarter of 2019. The U.S. economy has seen its share of hits to ...
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Companies Hiking Dividends Should Blow Away Treasury Bonds in the Years Ahead

It is far from a secret that there are risks to the great 10-year recovery. With the United States and China deep in a trade war, and with slowing global ...
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Boeing Flies Navy Drone Tanker for First Time, Struggles With Air Force Tanker

With so much focus on Boeing Co.'s (NYSE: BA) problems with its 737 Max commercial passenger jet, it's not difficult to overlook the company's defense business. Boeing has two high-profile ...
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Boeing’s Troubles in a Nutshell

When Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) reported its massive second-quarter loss on Wednesday, no one was terribly surprised. The company's struggle to recover from the effects of two fatal crashes of ...
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Why Lockheed Martin Earnings Sent Investors Fleeing

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) reported second-quarter 2019 results before markets opened Tuesday morning. The world's largest defense company posted diluted earnings per share (EPS) from continuing operations of $5.00 ...
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10 Dividends That Can See Double-Digit Growth for 5 Years or Longer

It's no secret that investors love their dividends. Investors praise companies that can raise their dividends year after year, and a commitment to a strong dividend policy is a company's ...
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The Best Offense May Be Great Defense Stocks: 5 Top Picks to Buy Now

No matter what time period in history you look at, there is almost always some sort of global conflict. While nobody wants to see protracted and deadly wars, the reality ...
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8 Large-Cap and Mega-Cap Stocks Scoring Major Analyst Upgrades

The markets may have come off their highs of the day after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell suggested that it may be appropriate to begin lowering interest rates, but investors ...
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Why United Technologies Needs the Merger With Raytheon

Sunday's announced all-stock merger between aerospace and defense giants United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) and Raytheon Co. (NYSE: RTN) creates the world's second-largest defense contractor. The country's largest defense contractor ...
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A Plane That Can Go 1100 MPH at Center of Military Controversy

The United States has told Turkey that it will no longer offer training on one of the most powerful weapons in the world if the country buys anti-aircraft systems from ...
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5 Sin Stocks to Buy That Should Hold Up in a Bear Market

One category of Wall Street that some portfolio managers really don’t want to discuss in their portfolios is the so-called sin stocks. These are companies that sell tobacco and alcohol ...
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Where Do Aerospace and Defense Stocks Go From Here?

Two of the country's biggest defense contractors reported fourth-quarter and full-year earnings before markets opened Wednesday morning. One traded up about 5.5% and the other traded down about 5.9% in ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Allergan, Apple, Carnival, Ciena, Juniper, Lockheed Martin, Plug Power, Take-Two, United Continental, Zynga and More

Stocks were indicated to open higher on Wednesday with positive earnings reactions from Apple and Boeing. Earnings season has been off to a mixed start at the start of 2019, ...
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Not Much Flash in Lockheed Martin Earnings

When Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2018 results before markets opened Tuesday morning, the world's largest defense company posted diluted earnings per share (EPS) from continuing ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Bed Bath & Beyond, Boeing, Constellation, Dell, Dollar General, Lockheed Martin, NOV, Snap, Twitter, Yelp and More

Stocks were taking a needed breather on Thursday. While the market had recovered, the Dow Jones industrial average had seen a bounce of 1,250 points from the lows of January ...
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