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Undervalued Lockheed Martin Is Set To Go Up

|About: Lockheed Martin (LMT), Includes: SPY, WTI

LMT was and still is undervalued. It beat EPS expectations by 8.9%, after undergoing a general sell off trend.

United States geopolitics stance ensures increasing revenues for LMT up to 2020.

LMT's growth prospects are undervalued.

Today before market open, Lockheed Martin revealed higher EPS than expected. The price didn't go up today LMT, even after undergoing a general sell off over the past three months as shown here:

LMT data by YCharts

Given United States Geopolitical stand-off against Russia, China and Iran with a long term bet on Saudi Arabia's security. Lockheed Martin's earning prospects will always be undervalued by pure financial analysts. 

Geopolitical Factors in Favor of Lockheed Martin:

  1. The current administration is set on withdrawing from a key soviet era, mid-range nuclear missile treaty
  2. The United States will keep increasing its military budget disproportionally, as confirmed recently by president Trump. 
  3. The introduction of the new space force indicates a revival in United States' push towards to multi-front superiority. 
  4. Without hypersonic missile nonproliferation, USA is likely to expand it's hypersonic missile program. Hypersonic missiles are a serious strategic threat as they can nullify all types of current missile defense technology.

Given the current Khashoggi crisis, one source of anxiety is Lockheed Martin's Saudi exposure. However, low oil prices are a national security priority for the current administration as illustrated by Trump's tweets. There are two reasons for that, the first is ensuring that current short-term growth does not slow down until the next reelection in 2020. The second is ensuring minimal backlash while securing Chinese dependence on US controlled imports. This position is confirmed by Trump stressing the importance of Saudi relations. Western powers needed any excuse to exert pressure against the crown prince given the recent oil rally, diplomatic scandals are to be expected over the next few months. This will not affect the strategic demand for Lockheed martin's products which specialise in naval and aerial superiority.