Boeing Stock

Boeing Stock

    Boeing Stock Is argent Again. It’s Looking More Like Tesla Those Days.



    Boeing Stock Is Surging Again !!


    The commercial aerospace huge Boeing is lounching to look like Tesla, the electric-vehicle number one, in one respect: There is an increasing disagreement between analysts about what the stock is worth and what is need.

    Monday morning, Seaport universal started coverage of Boeing (ticker: BA) stock with the equivalent of a Buy rating. Analyst Rich Safran got a target of $277 for the stock price, the top on Wall Street. Another bull, Goldman Sachs analyst Noah Poponak, raised his price target on Boeing stock from $209 to $238 a market share on Sunday evening.
    Not everyone—not even half of the analysts on Wall Street—is beaten.

    Lower than 40% of analysts covering Boeing stock rate the market shares the equivalent of Buy and sell. The average Buy-rating ratio for stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average is almost 55%. lower than 30% of analysts covering Tesla, an repeatly controversial stock, rate it at Buy and sell.

    Price targets on Boeing shares range from almost $120 to $280. The $160 spread is about 80% of the last stock price. The average bull-bear spread for stocks in the Dow is lower than 50%. Price targets on Tesla issued by big brokers range from about $300 to $1,100. The $800 spread is about 90% of the $885 stock market price.

    Analyst opinion is devide on both stocks. That’s par for the course for Tesla, but it’s rare for Boeing. The aerospace stock was a Wall Street darling in the early 2019,when about 80% of analysts rated the shares at Buy. That, of course, was before both the pandemic and the grounding of the 737 MAX jet.


    The MAX—Boeing’s lastest model single-aisle jet—has been barred from carrying passengers world-wide since March 2019, following two deadly crashes inside of five months. Boeing has been working on fixes and hopes to begin delivering the plane to airline customers by the end of this summer.

    The problem with the jet wiped out almost $40 billion in market value at Boeing, when the blow from Covid-19 was twice that size, according on the time frame studied. Optimism about a global rebound in travel helped lift the stocks in last days.

    Safran believs the worst is priced in for Boeing stock. His goal for the stock price, at $277, is almost 15 times the approximately $18 a share he sees as the company’s normal free cash range. The Dow, on the other hand, trades for about 17 times free cash flow. Boeing, for sure, isn’t generating free cash flow at the moment.

    Poponak, like Safran, thinks predections for commercial aircraft production  got very bearish. He rates both Boeing and Airbus (AIR.France) shares at Buy and sell. His goal for Airbus is €84 (about $93) a share mrket, in line with the same price on Monday morning.

    Boeing stock added 41% this past week.  all travel stocks went down the S&P 500’s return of 4.9%. Airline stocks rose 44% on range past week. American Airlines (AAL) stock market, for one, rose 77%. Cruise shares went up 37%. Casino operators’ shares earned about 14%. The travel rally, looking up and down the value chain, made about $137 billion in market value over the last five days.

    The upturn got more fuel Monday as Bank of America upgraded shares of both JetBlue Airways (JBLU) and Alaska Air (ALK).
    Airline stocks rose about 5%, on average, early on Monday. Boeing shares—responding to Poponak’s bullish recommendation, Goldman Sachs’s going up in its target price, and the BofA airline upgrade news—went up about $20, or 10%


    Is it very late to join in?
    That’s an individual decision. Boeing shares are up about 150% from their 52-week low, including Monday’s gains. But they are still away below their 52-week high of $391.


    Ahmed adel
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    writer and blogger, founder of Echo Life .

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