The N.Y.S.E after the 9/11

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posted on Dec, 1 2002 @ 06:38 PM
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N.Y.S.E source :

Lockheed Martin Corp shares :

10/11/01 ---> 38.32 $
17/03/02 ---> 57.81 $ ( + 19.49 $ / 50.86 % )

Raytheon Co. share

10/11/01 ---> 24,85 $
17/03/02 ---> 41,00 $ ( +16,15 $/ +64,99% )


Northrop Grumman Corp. share

10/11/01 ---> 81,94 $
17/03/02 ---> 109,15 $ ( +27,21$/ +33,21% )


General Dynamics Corp. share

10/11/01 ---> 75,97 $
17/03/02 ---> 91,83 $ ( +15,86$/ +20,88% )


United Technologies Corp. share

10/11/01 ---> 66,20 $
17/03/02 ---> 74,35 $ ( +8,15$/ +12,31% )


TRW Inc. share

10/11/01 ---> 33,89 $
17/03/02 ---> 50,84 $ ( +16,95$/ +50,01% )


United Defense Industries Inc. share

10/11/01 ---> 19,72 $
17/03/02 ---> 25,95 $ ( +6,23$/ +31,59% )


L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. share

10/11/01 ---> 63,00 $
17/03/02 ---> 114,72 $ ( +51,72$/ +82,10% )


Alliant Techsystems Inc. share

10/11/01 ---> 65,29 $
17/03/02 ---> 97,76 $ ( +32,47$/ +49,73% )


Dynamics Research share

10/11/01 ---> 11,15 $
17/03/02 ---> 23,85 $ ( +12,70 $/ +113,90% )


Sources : United States Department of Defense News Release N 287-01, 27/06/01 & N 049-02, 04/02/02

US Defense Budget Projections :

1998 = 259.8 billions $

1999 = 274.6 billions $

2000 = 287.4 billions $

2001 = 296.3 billions $

2002 = 334.3 billions $

2003 = 379.3 billions $ ( ? )

2004 = 387.9 billions $ ( ? )

2005 = 408.8 billions $ ( ? )

2006 = 429.6 billions $ ( ? )

2007 = 451.4 billions $ ( ? )


Now, you know where you have to put your money !



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posted on Dec, 1 2002 @ 07:05 PM
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That the war on terror is going to bankrupt an already debt ridden United States.



posted on Dec, 1 2002 @ 08:01 PM
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oh ya when the markets opened after 9/11 defence was the only thing that went up



posted on Dec, 2 2002 @ 11:35 AM
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Actually, those were peak prices. And if Bush hadn't declared a war, the prices may well have been just the same.

I invest in stocks, and occasionally buy Raytheon. Raytheon (today) is at 28 Raytheon Stock price with chart

(actually, take a look at the FIVE year trend.)

Raytheon's also a "conglomerate" and not a defense industry stock: biz.yahoo.com...

Alliant started going up in January of 2001 finance.yahoo.com...

Northrop Grummond's stock hit a new low for the year recently: finance.yahoo.com...


Compare its relative performance to the NASDAQ and you'll see that it underperformed for the past five years and only started outperforming the Nasdaq earlier this year: finance.yahoo.com... l&y=on

And United Technologies is all over the map:
finance.yahoo.com...

A lot of those aren't even in the same sectors (meaning they sell different stuff. It's like comparing Walmart with Babies R Us.)


A final link: the aerospace and defense companies (not the conglomerates): biz.yahoo.com...

That's just someone "taking a button and sewing a coat on it." Take a look at stocks like Axsys, BE Aerospace, Allied Defense, Boeing, General Dynamics and the rest in the other sectors (that's just bad research... they're in a number of different sectors.)


(BTW, construction actually had a MUCH higher 'return on equity (ROE) than the defense industry did. And surely you're not going to try and pin things on Home Depot! The Capital Goods Sector (compare Aerospace & Defense to others in its sector)



posted on Dec, 2 2002 @ 11:46 AM
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By the way... Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) went up after September 11th 2001 (finance.yahoo.com...

So did the Anderson Group finance.yahoo.com...

Burlington Northern Railroad
finance.yahoo.com...

And Beamis Company (packaging industry)
finance.yahoo.com...

...and RubberMaid:
finance.yahoo.com...

And KSwiss (makes shoes)
finance.yahoo.com...

And Nike Shoes
finance.yahoo.com...

...and a whole buncha others that I'm not going to list.

So... it's a dramatic list, but it's pretty much a load of nonsense... unless you think Nike is part of the plot, too.



posted on Dec, 3 2002 @ 06:56 AM
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I'm not a stock expert but I bought some shares from a few company. My best deal was with the Royale Belge, an insurrances company. I bought their shares to this price : 117 and sold them when they were at 623 .


Grrrrr.....I had just 122 shares !





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