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With a focus on giant things that fly, Boeing is a leading maker of large commercial jets and a top defense contractor.
Boeing has fallen from market leader to following Airbus. Even more important, they can't execute on their business plan. The 787 late certification debacle will be MBA study fodder for years. The current opportunity to excel is the 737MAX. Time will tell but it took Boeing years of waffling just to decide if they were going to update the 737 or go with a clean sheet new design.
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I hate this bank - to do business with. But at < 0.85 book value, I think it is close to the best value out there in banking.
Lot heat on them right now about missing flight, this will blow over.
Tensions in Eastern Europe and South China Sea is good news for defense stocks.
Back log for years to come. Latest technology in industry. Competition from one company. Future trends in airline travel
Cant buy a dreamliner till 2019. Think they will be just fine
buy on dip
Better then expected past, lower then expected future, but still good solid growth, better transparent stock, predictable outlook, huge secure buffer orders, double future needs, solid dividends. What matters is not more orders that BA and AirBus can't fill for 7-10 yrs, what matters is ramp up production and delivery and great management in cost cuts, efficiency and profit. Once labor settles and other states opens to invite expension and benefits. new plane growth pain getting towards maturing stage, then kicks in economic production line benefits. good safer defense dividend stock in portfolio to balance speculative bets.
Boeing is the only big jet maker that is left, Great planes.
fleet age, tech improvements resulting in efficiencies with each new model, got rid of defined benefit legacy retirements.
Excellent Management team & a Great Product Line
leader in field
Interested in how folks think the reduction in defense spending will affect Boeing
Wide moat and sales back log.
They continue to lead in quality and innovation vs. Airbus. More importantly, The airline industry is healthy enough to actually afford purchasing planes at a time when the fuel savings on newer planes are enormous. The stars are aligned for Boeing.
One word: backlog. Boeing wisely focused on making their jets more fuel efficient. Lowering the costs for its customers is a reason why Boeing g has turned things around.
These type of articles are "chicken little" media whores mouthing off just to stir up the investors.Boeing is STILL and WILL be so overbooked with orders that losing a couple of airlines even if amounts to $$ billions, it doesn't matter. IF you are running a business and you have orders to keep you 100% busy for 10 to 15 years you have nothing to worry about with your financials. Don't fall for the 'sky is falling' mentality these bozo writers are spewing. THEY are only trying to stir the pot so they can glean readers.
2/19/11 BA Outperform 5Y $68.61+6.07% +21.99% -15.92 1/17/2013 @ $72.78Div. (Yield) $1.94 (1.5%)
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