Aerospace & Defense

Social Security in the Red? Here’s Another Source of Government-Backed Income

Social Security in the Red? Here’s Another Source of Government-Backed Income

Robert Ross | |

The US spends 90% of its military budget on US companies. That means billions of dollars flow into publicly traded US companies every year.

US Military Power Depends on This Fastest-Growing Defense Stock

Stephen McBride | |

The Air Force now recruits more drone pilots than actual pilots! One little company makes the brains of these important machines.

Cannabis, Defense and Infrastructure to Benefit from Congressional Gridlock

Stephen L Kanaval | |

Cannabis, Defense and Infrastructure are all possible winners from last night.

​RADA Electronic Industries is the Radar Company to Watch as Military Spending Ramps Ups

Stephen L Kanaval | |

RADA Electronic Industries is gaining momentum.

​Two Defensive Equity Funds for Uncertain Times

MoneyShow | |

The recent increase in market volatility together with concerns over the tax bill’s impact and rumblings in the Middle East may be enough to make many of you nervous.

​How Small-Cap Astronics Builds Growth on High-Margin Electronics

MoneyShow | |

The major players in aerospace/defense straddle more than one sector.

DPW Holdings’ (NYSE:DPW) Subsidiary Coolisys Technologies Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Enertec

Steve Kanaval | |

Company Set to Purchase Israeli-Based Technology Provider of Missile Launching Systems and Command & Control Centers. Coolisys CEO Amos Kohn, “The purchase of Enertec marks a major our growth

​A Power Pick for Aerospace &Defense

MoneyShow | |

PowerShares Aerospace & Defense has gained roughly 17 percent so far this year.

Digital Power (DPW) Forecasts Revenues of $1.3M on Order from U.S. Air Force

Steve Kanaval | |

The Company reported new purchase orders valued at $1.3M, one of which is in conjunction with the newly awarded multimillion-dollar long-term contract from the U.S. Air Force.

How Trump Could Affect Defense Stocks

Patrick Watson | |

Wall Street isn’t used to presidents publicly criticizing major US companies.