Stock Dips Down Lower After Earnings. Embraer has been gaining popularity quickly by the consumer around the world. As I personally attended the National Business Aviation Association conference in Oct 2019 I was able to get a first hand view at some of the new aircraft that Embraer have been developing. Personally speaking from my … Continue reading Embraer Misses Forecast.
Happy Friday! We are off the a great start of the month! The headlines on the news boards are looking more positively than they are negatively and although there is tension in the air we are all working hard together to make things better. Today I want to take the time and let you know … Continue reading Should You Document Your Trades?
Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg speaks at a news conference April 29 after the Boeing annual general meeting in Chicago.(Joshua Lott / EPA/Shutterstock ) Today marks the start of the two days of testimonies that are schedule to be made by Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg of The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA). The discussion to be … Continue reading Boeing CEO set to Speak with Congress
United Airlines impressed many investors yesterday as it surpassed its estimates for its third quarter profits. The price of fuel dropping and fare increasing brought a perfect recipe for growth. The outlook for next year is now higher than before as they are seeing consistent growth over time despite their fleet of Boeing 737 MAX … Continue reading United Airlines Stock After Earnings
While here in the U.S. markets are a bit volatile, aircraft sales oversees continue to grow. Fly Leasing Limited (NYSE: FLY) is a stock that I was not watching to much until recently. After looking into their business plan they are showing to be a strong player in the aviation industry. FLY on the 8th … Continue reading While the Market Drops Aircraft Sales Fly!
We have a major issue to solve with the aviation industry as a whole. The environmental impact of aviation can be seen from all aspects from engine emissions during flight to water way and noise pollution near airports. The need for more environmentally conscious aviation practices is desperately in need. Airplanes emit an array of … Continue reading Solar-Powered Drones Take to the Sky
Last week we took a look at Alaska Air Group's second Quarter 2019 earning results. On the Fundamental Side of the stock there is a strong growth rate as the estimated EPS growth for this year sits currently at 35%. Its Return on Assests is at a 4.9 which is greater than others in its … Continue reading Read Between the Headlines, How to Trade the News
This week the market is showing off to start with a lot of voluatility as many anaylstis are mixed with how they see the next few days playing out. Although the over all market outlook is mixed various stocks are still showing signs of strength. Photo by Lorenzo on Pexels.com Last week a few companies … Continue reading What are Dividends and How can They Affect the Price of a Stock?
The Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has seen incredible growth over the progression of Q1 and we can expect to see price continue upwards in the bullish trend that it is currently in. Having it a major support level in December at $230 a share only to bounce and move up a massive 30% before … Continue reading $3.2B Contract for Northrop Grumman Brings Price 2% growth on Friday, What Can we Expect for This Week?
The Airbus A-380 is one of its kind. With a two story cabin capable of seating more than 500 passengers comfortably and with a range of 8,500 nautical miles this wide body, double-deck jet airliner won the title of Worlds Largest Passenger Aircraft. Very few thought it would ever fly, and on April 27th in … Continue reading Will Airbus Discontinue the World’s Largest Passenger Aircraft, the A-380?
The world continues to grow and expand in ways that we could not fathom which results in our expectations to continue to rise. You and I both know that at the end of the day quality will always trump quantity. The era of luxurious travel is only becoming more prominent as more individuals are becoming … Continue reading Taking the First Step into the Private Aviation World
For my science enthusiast, I am terribly sorry to inform you that this post is indeed not in direct relation to states of matter. For my geography enthusiast, I am terribly sorry to inform you that this post is not in regards to the 50 states of the U.S.A. Photo by Ray Bilcliff on Pexels.com … Continue reading A Change in State
It's Christmas Eve 2018 and there are kids playing in the yards as they are on winter break. The stores are swarming with families buying last minute food and toys for the night before the stores all close. Stores start to close down early for the night trying to wrap up any last minute sales. … Continue reading The Current Reality
Back in the year 2016 I experienced something that I have never felt before, Burnout. At the time of working in restaurants I was working in a fine dining venue that required immense amount of physical and mental strength on a daily basis to perform the job. I joined the company excited and motivated to … Continue reading Stocks, Options and FOREX Oh My!