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Is Boeing a Buy in 2020?
The company’s problems are well-known, and seemingly aren’t going away. But the company is part of a global oligopoly for airline production, and that gives it an attractive operating structure due to minimal competition. We also know that the 737 Max problems are solvable, even if they aren’t solved yet.
Three Stocks to Buy for 2020
One obvious area for that is in the technology space. Many of these names are still off their all-time highs of a few years back, and have room to push the market higher even as some of 2019’s top winners become laggards.
Is Disney+ Stock Making Investors Too Optimistic?
Taking advantage of its massive library of content spanning nearly a century, the company could have gotten away with pricing its service at a premium. But instead, Disney went with one of the most accessible prices on the market, with a $6.99 monthly fee, well below that of other competitors with fewer offerings.
What to expect from the 2019 Santa Claus Rally
Originally, this trend was noticed in the last week of December and into the first few trading days of the next year. However, looking at the data, the last six weeks or so of the year tends to be good for the market on average. Investors can expect an average move of 1.5 to 2 percent higher in the market. That’s enough of an historical trend to get investors excited.
Does the Cybertruck Make Tesla Motors a Buy?
While the company has launched a number of cars, it’s now getting into the trucking space, thanks to the Cybertruck. With a sleek, aerodynamic design and steel look, it brings back memories of the DeLorean car. The design may not be the most attractive, but for a vehicle that can haul a lot of weight with a 250 mile range, and at a price point just under $40,000, it could be a serious contender for the space. That’s just the base model. Two and three-engine versions of the truck are available at higher prices.
One Troubling Sign of a Market Top - Beware of the Buyout
When big companies merge, it takes big bucks to make it happen. And the acquiring company typically uses a lot of debt to make it happen. These big deals sound great in a roaring economy, when everything goes just right. But in the real world, things don’t always go right. Taking two big companies, with their differing values and cultures, to work together will often take more time, energy, and cost more than on the clean spreadsheets prepared by analysts to justify a deal.