On August 8th after the closing bell, Uber (NYSE: UBER) will be releasing their much anticipated earnings. Uber IPO was backed by incredible craze and anticipation and since open has done little to no movement. Many investors have been upset with the progress of how Uber is moving since the release of their stock and … Continue reading The Anticipation Before Uber Earnings Release
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
United Postal Service (NYSE: UPS) currently has one of the largest fleets in the world when it comes to Cargo Aircraft with over 200 active aircraft flying to this day. They are an incredibly large company that has shown consecutive growth year over year. One of the great things about the UPS stock is that … Continue reading Earning 77% Gains when UPS Stock Dropped 3.19%!
"Buy low and sell high" that is the secret to becoming a professional trader and living financially free right? If only it were that easy and clear cut then everyone would be incredible rich and successful. Now this is not to knock you down and tell you are going against the odds to quit before … Continue reading Profiting on the Drop in Stock Price
Since Embraer was founded back in 1969, the company has been able to produce over 8,000 aircraft ranging from small persona aircraft all the way towards small regional airliner jets. Embraer a global aerospace Company who's headquarters are in Brazil has recently celebrated in 50th Anniversary with business in commercial and Executive aviation. Embraer has … Continue reading The Praetor 600, The Farthest-Flying Super-Midsized Business Jet
Over the last few months we have seen countless reports and articles covering the tragedies which occurred due to the 737 Max crashes. The first one in Indonesia that resulted 189 individuals loosing their lives and the second crash that occurred just off the coast of Ethiopia which killed all 157 individuals on board. The … Continue reading How Southwest Reacts to the Grounding of the 737 MAX.
Over the last few years the aim for aviation has been larger and farther. With the release of larger wide body aircraft and stronger engines commercial airlines have been able to create routes that were once never possible. The development of our new technology and hardware have allowed us to push the limits of what … Continue reading The Switch from Long Hauls to Short Hops
es that is right Drake just worked a deal with Canadian cargo company Cargojet Airways and now is the proud owner of a Boeing 767 that is currently being completely remodeled for the appropriate champagne service.
The last time we looked at Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) we noticed that it began to test upon this major trend line that we set up from the previous highs of last year. The current chart that you see posted above is the same image from the last time we looked at NOC as I … Continue reading NOC Continuing to Push Up!
Just earlier this week we took a look at Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) and noticed the news stories that were surrounding the company. They had just signed a contract for $3.2 B with the U.S. Navy for E-2D Advanced Hawkeye tactical Airborne Early Warning Aircraft. The contract to be dispersed over multiple years provides … Continue reading “Technicals” Take Control of Northrop Grumman
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?
Aviation is a result of people facing their fears. As the Wright Brothers set up in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903 to bring their Wright Flyer off the ground, or as Chuck Yeager stepped into the X-1 in aims to break the sound barrier, they needed to remove any self doubt they had inside. … Continue reading There Is No Room For Doubt in the Cockpit
A Vision It all started with a crazy vision of being able to soar with the birds. We once would look up into the sky and see our winged friends glide through the wind with a sense of grace and majesty. They would inspire us to explore beyond the oceans horizon as they would fly … Continue reading Going Back to the Heart of Aviation
You walk up to the front desk where you probably have to check in and get a name tag that blandly states your name and probably the organization you are associated with. You do not really know where to start and just the pressure of all the faces is numbing and almost paralyzing leaving you … Continue reading Etiquette of Attending Aviation Conferences
Just a few days back I had someone I had never met before approach me to start a conversation over some of the investing content I have up on Instagram. They felt it was appropriate to just go ahead and start offering me help and trying to give me "information" over whats app, for I … Continue reading The Only Way to Become an Expert, is to Never Stop Being a Student.