Maxar Technologies: Well-Positioned For Times Of Strife And Beyond

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  • NATO is not sending troops to the Ukrainian territory just yet, making intelligence stocks look well-positioned to give investors exposure to the ongoing conflict.
  • Earth imagery revenues raised more than 10% in the last three months, which hints demand for this kind of services could grow in the short term.
  • New government contracting opportunities appear to be a reasonable source of income for the short-term future of the company.

Hombre militar de alto rango tiene un informe a un equipo de agentes del gobierno y los políticos, muestra imágenes de vigilancia vía satélite.

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Wars are not usually won by those who use the most powerful forces, but instead by those who can build winning tactics based on crucial information. Nowadays, the weight of intelligence in wars is surging due to a

Maxar´s revenue from U.S. Government contracts.

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Economics student at Carlos III University of Madrid. MiFID II qualified financial advisor. Financial analysis enthusiast with a focus on stocks of disruptive sectors with growth potential. I try to find volatility-weighed returns that can beat the market relative to risk. I mainly use comparative analysis to assess the value of a company relative to its sector.

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