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Three Aerospace Income Investments to Purchase Amid Hostilities from Russia and


Three aerospace income investments to purchase amid hostilities from Russia and China provide a way to provide potentially strong returns for backing products and services that remain in demand. 

The three aerospace income investments to purchase as Russia’s President Vladimir Putin continues to attack both civilian and military targets, damaging the world’s grain supply, also should benefit from China’s increasingly aggressive acts that in the past few days involved military drills near Taiwan and flying drones close to Japan on Friday, Aug. 5, boosting tensions since U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visiting the island, as one of several stops in Asia.

Since Putin ordered the invasion of on Ukraine Feb. 24, niche opportunities have been observed within a sector that tends to retain demand, even when inflation rises, and the economy weakens. The three aerospace income investments to purchase are among the equities that can withstand threatening words from China’s leaders that characterized frail, 82-year-old Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan as America playing with fire and putting it in enough peril to “perish by it.”

Three Aerospace Income Investments to Purchase Are Aided by Bipartisan Support

Democrats and Republicans clash on most issues these days but they have been united in the defense of America and freedom around the world by supporting increased funding toward aerospace programs to protect against threating actions by Russia, China, North Korea, Iran and others. Aerospace companies traditionally have withstood inflationary pressures, slow economic growth, rising interest rates and the uncertainty of election years such as this one, said Ron Epstein, the aerospace and defense analyst at BofA Global Research.

The second-quarter 2022 reporting period showed 60% of S&P 500 companies announcing results, with 73% of them delivering a positive earnings per share (EPS) surprise and 66% offering a rosy revenue result. In addition, the blended earnings growth rate in second-quarter 2022 reached 6.0% for the S&P 500.

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“By no means is this an all-clear sign because the market has managed a strong relief rally,” wrote Bryan Perry, leader of the Premium Income Pro advisory service, in his weekly update. “The bearish camp owned the narrative and now there is a more positive tone taking shape that is built on the notion that a deep recession will be avoided and good companies will grow, albeit at a slower pace.”

Paul Dykewicz interviews Bryan Perry, leader of Premium Income Pro.

Due to heightened bullish sentiment, confidence is rising that the market can keep advancing and consolidate while investors monitor new economic data to assess the China’s threatening actions, the impact of inflation, the strong dollar, the inverted yield curve and Russia’s effect on commodities as Putin keeps attacking Ukraine, opined Perry, who also leads the Cash Machine investment newsletter. Perry, who further helms the Quick Income Trader, Breakout Options Alert and High Tech Trader advisory services, wrote to his subscribers that for the first time in many months the proverbial glass is looking more than half-full for the U.S. equity market.

Penson Fund Chief Chooses ETF as One of Three Aerospace Income Investments to Purchase

An investor who wants a diversified way to tap into the aerospace sector should weigh an exchange-traded fund (ETF), said Bob Carlson, who leads the Retirement Watch investment newsletter. The ETF with the most consistent returns is dividend-paying Aerospace & Defense (PPA), he added.

Bob Carlson, who leads Retirement Watch, meets with Paul Dykewicz.

The fund is designed to follow the SPADE Defense Index, which is focused on companies that are involved with aerospace and space. Both are regarded as important to the defense sector.

Aerospace and Defense Fund Finds Place Among Three Aerospace Investments to Purchase  

Top holdings are Boeing (NYSE: BA), Raytheon (NYSE: RTX), General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), Northrup Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). Boeing is one of the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers, but it has yet to recover completely from the fallout of two 737 MAX aircraft crashes in 2018 and 2019 that killed a combined 346 people. 

An encouraging sign is Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) announcing in July that it would buy 100 Boeing 737 MAX 10 jets worth about $13.5 billion at list price, with an option to purchase an additional 30 of the aircraft. At the Farnborough Airshow in London, Qatar Airways, a state-owned flag carrier of Qatar, announced on July 21 the purchase of 25 Boeing 737 MAX 10 airliners. Even though Boeing still is awaiting regulatory approval to fly the new-generation Boeing 737 MAX…



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