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Lockheed Martin: It's A Good Time To Be A Shareholder

Jan. 05, 2022 3:31 PM ETLockheed Martin Corporation (LMT)32 Comments
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Graham Grieder


  • Lockheed Martin is going to return ~$9 billion to shareholders in 2022 through buybacks and dividends.
  • Lockheed Martin is facing some supply chain issues that will put a drag on revenue in the short term.
  • Lockheed Martin is focusing on free cash flow per share, which is extremely encouraging for shareholders.
  • Lockheed Martin has increased the dividend for 20 straight years and counting.

Lockheed Martin Canada Mission Systems and Training in Ottawa on August 8, 2020

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Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) is the world's largest defense contractor. Countries all around the world are getting in line for their famous F-35 jet (including Canada!). The company is set to see growth over the next 9+ years

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