The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which industrials editor/analyst Brendan Byrnes and consumer goods editor/analyst Austin Smith discuss topics across the investing world.
In today's edition, Brendan and Austin discuss the bull case for Boeing. The company is poised to take advantage of the aviation boom in the future, as the commercial aerospace market is expected to total a whopping $4 trillion by 2030. In order to capitalize on this, Boeing must deliver its planes on schedule. It has done a better job of this recently and is even poised to top rival Airbus on deliveries for the year, which would be the first time since 2002. Finally, Boeing's new fuel-efficient planes should drive sales in the future as airlines look for ways to cut fuel costs. The 737 MAX has been selling extremely well and should continue to do so.
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