Boeing typically conservative with guidance?

Investors take a slightly soft 2014 outlook from Boeing (BA -6.3%) as an excuse to cash in some chips on the Dow's best performer last year.

“We view BA’s 2014 EPS/cash-flow guidance to be initially conservative given the year is just commencing and coupled with BA’s typical cadence of increasing mileposts as the year progresses,” says Sterne Agee's Peter Arment, capturing the flavor of sell-side reaction.

Boeing's 6%-plus decline is responsible for nearly half of the Dow's 170 point drop.

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  • vu296c
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    Boeing split history
    Splits: 1966-05-18 [2:1], Sep 13, 1977 [2:1], Apr 16, 1979 [3:2], Apr 15, 1980 [3:2], Jun 10, 1985 [3:2], Jun 12, 1989 [3:2], Jun 11, 1990 [3:2], Jun 9, 1997 [2:1]


    The Aerospace Industries are expanding with a rate of 20% - The recent report is on track - it is just people would like to get some cash - :) long investment is always good with BA
    29 Jan 2014, 03:26 PM Reply Like
  • wizjinx
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    Totally agree. Gonna see what happens tomorrow and maybe buy some more.
    29 Jan 2014, 04:46 PM Reply Like
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