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Raytheon is heading higher, with or without tonight's address to Congress
President Trump plans to increase military spending by $54 billion.
I believe this president goes full Trumpian tonight, in a style that he has made all his own.
One red-hot stock here.
Overly enthusiastic futurists have gotten ahead of themselves. This defense company profits from proven technology that is already available.
Doug Kass takes some baby steps, and also has some observations about how awful retail is.
The government contractor beat on earnings thanks to higher margins, a day after some of its defense rivals disappointed.
Following this morning's earnings report, shares of Raytheon are under extremely heavy pressure.
Northrop and Raytheon both lowered expectations for 2017, while Raytheon whiffed on fourth-quarter results, tempering enthusiasm from a solid L-3 Communications beat.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury bond walks a fine line between pleasure and pain.
This is a good way to make some lunch money, and keep your face from being ripped off.
Cramer shares his views on why Donald Trump is pretty much exactly what he was advertised as, and muses on Skyworks Solutions' climb.
The new president's agenda has been clear from the start, so don't act surprised.
Amazon.com has all the qualities we really want from our stocks - now, says Jim Cramer.
A new report this month on global military spending shows that these companies are solid growth bets in the uncertain year ahead. These are the top five.
After years of budget cuts and sequestration, the spending spigot is ready to open. The scramble to capitalize will include consolidation, but no megadeals.
Is it time to load up on Raytheon before Republicans bust the budget on defense spending?
Cramer shares his views on what could happen if we stop feeding the beast. He also discusses spoiled investors and what they can do to your foxhole.
The president-elect added Lockheed Martin to his long list of Twitter targets. So far the stock impact has been short-lived, but other potential targets are on the horizon
For Lockheed and other companies, government revenue stream is in jeopardy.
Trump's plan to rebuild the U.S. military could benefit these somewhat expensive contractors.
Aerospace and military names today look a lot like the health-care group did 18 months ago.
Donald Trump's election shocked the world and ignited stocks. Brace yourself for more surprises, as key market indicators turn negative.
In the week ahead, the markets are likely to pull back as the long-term dangers of Trump's victory start to sink in.
Many potential Cabinet members may think twice before giving up board positions that come with lucrative pay.
After the shocking election results, the stock market supplied its own surprise and rallied Wednesday. These four gainers should continue thriving under a Donald Trump presidency.
Until this unnerving presidential election ends, investors should stay cautious. Here are the events to watch in the week ahead.
Missile maker Raytheon (RTN) handily beat earnings expectations on Thursday, but Wall Street still pummeled the stock. That makes Raytheon a screaming buy.
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