Edward Ambrose
Contributor since: 2018
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Articles
Boeing Recovery Is Stronger Than It Appears Because Of Write-Downs
Xerox Q2 Results Suggest The Beginning Of A Long-Sought Recovery
$20 Billion Farnborough Orders Are Exciting, But Stock Prices Are Driven By Shipments
Top Pair Trade Thesis: Buy Boeing, Short Airbus
Textron: Great Quarter, But They Could Lose 2 Large Contracts
Alcoa: Inflation Plus Market Growth
Weyerhaeuser Is Inflationary, Not Cyclical
Wabtec's Strong Turnaround Accelerates
Textron Is Undervalued With Strong Growth Plus Upside
Amazon's Accelerated Growth Slashes Third Quarter Profitability Two Billion Dollars
TriplePoint Venture Growth Pays Dividends Of 9.4% Annually With High Safety
Textron: A Strong Performer With A Low P/E
Xerox: Beware Of The Hype
Wabtec: Troubled But Undervalued
January Wabtec Guidance Should Increase The Stock Price
Intel Growth Returns
Boeing's Upsides Make It Worth The Risk
TriplePoint Stock Is Up On Higher Earnings And Good Prospects
NexPoint Strategic Opportunities Fund Trending Down Faster
American Superconductor's Prospects Are Not Super
Intel Stock Growth Depends On The 10 And 7 Nanometer Chips
FS KKR: An Ideal Income Stock With Dividend Yield Of 12.5%
Taronis Technologies Is Failing
W.W. Grainger: An Excellent Business But Bad Investment
Xerox Price Will Jump If Sales Trend Continues
Masco Turbulence Causes Undervaluation
Wabtec Will Produce Excellent Earnings Growth
Amazon Sacrifices For Long-Term Growth
October Approval To Restart The Boeing MAX - Impact On Stock Is Asymmetrical
New Competition Will Lower Netflix Stock
The Analysts Are Wrong - Wabtec Is A Strong Buy
GE Aviation Is Not As Good As The Market Thinks
The NMA Offer To Customers Will Raise Boeing's Stock
Boeing's Bad News Keeps Coming, But The Stock Is A Strong Buy
Boeing Recovers Without A 737 Return-To-Service Date
Is Verizon A Utility On Steroids?
Will The Boeing 737 MAX Be Flying In Mid-June?
Can Boeing Helicopters Recover?
Wabtec Insiders Dump Stock Before Ugly First Quarter
Boeing's Tentative Agreement With The FAA Could Move Its Stock Higher