BA - Boeing Company

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  1. anotherdevilsadvocate

    anotherdevilsadvocate Well-Known Member

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    This keeps finding resistance at the 200 sma, every month since September.
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  2. TomB16

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    The only hope for Boeing is if they replace management with a team that is honest and competent. This makes Boeing very enticing as a short position because we know that will never happen.
     
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    While I agree, you have to remember you can never trust the government to let a military contractor go down.
     
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    I am short; there's a new documentary ("Downfall") on Netflix.

    Boeing merged with the fading McDonnell Douglas, and although they kept the name Boeing it was ultimately the McDonnell Douglas executives who ended up in control. And they had no understanding of the Boeing corporate culture. It's not the same Boeing that made a name for itself in the Pacific Northwest (now corporate HQ is in Chicago).
     
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    A 737 just crashed into a mountain in China.
     
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    They are calling the aircraft a "737-800". This designates a non-Max model, however, many airlines have been calling the "Max 8" a "-800", because some passengers associate the "Max" brand with safety issues.

    So, the crashed aircraft is likely not a Max but it remains a possibility.
     
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    "Plane began sudden, rapid, unexplained, descent."

    That is the modus operandi of the Max accidents.
     
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    Apparently, the plane was a 6 year old 737-800 so definitely not a Max.
     
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    Nice candle going through $140 to the upside
     
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    FYI - BA fundies.
     

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    Two days ago, the FAA gave the green light to Boeing to resume deliveries of the 787 Dreamliner. What's more, the FAA alluded to Boeing being cooperative and more transparent than they have been in the past.

    Hopefully, the horrible management problems have softened a bit and Boeing can get on with the job of building aircraft.
     
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  13. anotherdevilsadvocate

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    Back to the 200 sma resistance.
     

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