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News & Analysis: Raytheon
The defense company had a strong year, and the upcoming merger with United Technologies looks like a winner.
And one honorable mention.
Rising geopolitical tensions, long-term government contracts, and diversified revenue streams make these defense contractors compelling buys in January.
The clock's ticking down on 2019. Let's get those contracts out the door, people!
The upcoming merger will create an exciting new company, and its applied valuation is attractive too.
Assuming the economy avoids a protracted slowdown next year, these companies' catalysts could deliver strong gains for investors.
These two companies are in the news for very different reasons. Which is the better buy today?
These two defense industry stocks have delivered entirely different performances so far in 2019.
The industrial giant is looking like an attractive investment, but a future partner may be a better one right now.