As Trump ramps up the pressure on NATO members for defense spending, these 4 US defense stocks look solid for the future More
Global powers rise and fall throughout history, making defense a key component to any nation’s infrastructure. As defense companies emerged, the government gave massive contracts to these corporations, causing a boom in the industry. Defense companies design and manufacture military grade weaponry, vehicles, and other military centric technologies, most often sold to the United States government. With looming threats in North Korea and the Middle East, the defense industry appears be aimed high for the next few years.
Defense stocks are often aerospace based, with corporations like Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) and Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) taking charge. However, companies such as Textron (NYSE:TXT) are at their heels by seizing market share drone technology and other new technologies. Either way, defense stocks add great protection to any portfolio and are beginning to take to the sky.
Rockwell-Collins's roots can be traced back to WW II, and this defense contractor is ready to soar. Look to COL stock for opportunity More
Trump's primary agenda has been in favor of defense stocks, and these defense stocks are poised to profit from the President's goals More
I made the case investors should look to increased military spending by Trump as an opportunity to profit, and BAH fits that bill nicely More
The new administration will soon be shaking things up across a wide spectrum of industries, and these 2 defense stocks are set to thrive More
Lockheed Martin shares are down nearly 5% on the day after Trump used his Twitter account to call LMT out on F-35 program cost overruns More
Donald Trump's win in the presidential race boosted defense stocks, and these 4 defense stocks to buy look like solid bets More