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Raytheon Stock Buy Or Sell [UPD]


In the past three months, Raytheon Technologies insiders have sold more of their company's stock than they have bought. Specifically, they have bought $0.00 in company stock and sold $356,948.00 in company stock.




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The Pratt and Whitney segment supplies aircraft engines for general aviation customers, military aviation, commercial jets and business jets. It produces, sells and services military and commercial auxiliary power units.


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In general the stock tends to have very controlled movements and with good liquidity the risk is considered very low in this stock. During the last day, the stock moved $0.575 between high and low, or 0.592%. For the last week the stock has had daily average volatility of 1.18%.


Since the stock is closer to the support from accumulated volume at $96.00 (1.74%)than the resistance at $99.47 (1.81%),our systems sees the trading risk/reward intra-day as attractive and believe profit can be made before the stock reaches first resistance..


Raytheon Technologies holds several negative signals and we believe that it will still perform weakly in the next couple of days or weeks. We, therefore, hold a negative evaluation of this stock.


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Some members of Congress stand to personally profit off Russia's war on Ukraine.At least 20 federal lawmakers or their spouses hold stock in Raytheon Technologies and Lockheed Martin, which manufacture the weapons Western allies are sending Ukraine to fight Russian invaders, according to an Insider analysis of federal financial records.


But her critics seized on the trade as emblematic of what they consider an endemic problem in Congress: lawmakers personally buying and selling stock in ways that could conflict with their official responsibilities and position of public trust.


"Add this to the list of why members of Congress should never be allowed to trade stocks," quipped Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota on Twitter, sharing a subtweet that showed Greene's financial disclosure document.


Other federal lawmakers have traded stock in the defense contractors in recent weeks. Republican Rep. Diana Harshbarger of Tennessee and her husband made three separate Raytheon trades worth up to $15,000 and Democratic Rep. Lois Frankel of Florida sold up to $15,000 in Lockheed Martin stock but retained shares in the company.


Insider previously reported that Wittman was among at least 15 lawmakers who both invest in the stock of defense contractors and hold powerful positions on a pair of House and Senate committees that control US military policy.


Another lawmaker who appears to have sold stock in defense contractors this year was Sen. Tommy Tuberville, a Republican of Alabama. It wasn't immediately clear from available financial filings whether he still retained any stock in the companies. His office didn't respond to Insider's request for comment on whether he still holds the shares but previously said outside advisors manage the senator's investments.


But momentum is growing for banning lawmakers from trading stocks altogether. A House hearing was set for March 16 to explore the matter, although it didn't take place as scheduled because Committee on House Administration Chairperson Zoe Lofgren contracted COVID-19. It ultimately took place in April, its results inconclusive.


"This is a case study in why there is a lot of concern around congressional stock trading," said Dylan Hedtler-Gaudette, government affairs manager at the nonpartisan Project on Government Oversight.


This article was originally published March 11, 2022, and updated to include new information made available about members of Congress purchasing or otherwise acquiring defense contractor stock.


Raytheon Technologies (RTX) emerged as a leaner aviation giant after the coronavirus pandemic crushed global air travel, executing well in a challenging market. Is Raytheon stock a good buy right now? For the answer, let's take a look at Raytheon earnings and the RTX stock chart.


The Waltham, Mass.-based company ranks among the top defense stocks, with commercial and military lines of business. It makes jet engines for Boeing (BA) and Airbus (EADSY), as well as the Patriot missile defense system, the Tomahawk cruise missile and radar systems for Lockheed Martin (LMT).


Shares of Raytheon Technologies are forming a flat base with a 75.42 buy point, straddling the 50-day line, according to MarketSmith chart analysis. Raytheon stock rose 2% on solid earnings Jan. 26 but remains 12% below the entry.


RTX stock has an IBD Composite Rating of 28 out of a best-possible 99. The Composite Rating combines several key fundamental and technical ratings into a single score. The best stocks often have a CR of at least 95 near the start of big runs.


An RS Rating of 20 means Raytheon has outperformed just 20% of all stocks over the last year. The Accumulation/Distribution Rating of B- show net buying RTX shares by big investors over the past 13 weeks.


On key earnings and sales metrics, RTX stock earns an EPS Rating of 29 out of 99, and an SMR Rating of B, on a scale of A+ to E, with A+ the best. The EPS rating scores a company's earnings growth vs. other stocks, and its SMR Rating measures sales growth, profit margins and return on equity.


Over the past three years, Raytheon's earnings per share fell 27% annually and sales fell 9% annually, according to the IBD Stock Checkup. Over the past three quarters, Raytheon earnings per share declined an average 52%. Investors should generally look for stocks with sustained earnings and sales growth of at least 25%. Raytheon falls short on both counts.


Bottom line: Raytheon stock is not a buy. Instead, put this aviation and defense giant on your investing watch list. A faster-than-expected recovery in global air travel could mean significant upside for the stock.


Northrop Grumman (NOC) topped first-quarter earnings views early Thursday but revenue just missed. That follows strong General Dynamics (GD) earnings Wednesday and Raytheon Technologies (RTX) delivering mixed results Tuesday and cut its revenue outlook. General Dynamics stock rose near a buy point.


Shares of L3Harris wererose 0.9% to 241.24 Friday. On Thursday, the stock gave up 0.8% to 239.09, leaning further below the 50-day average. For now, L3Harris stock remains well below a 279.81 buy point from a short pattern on top of a longer consolidation. The RS line for LHX stock remains not far off highs.


NOC stock rose 0.6% to 446.91, after reclaiming its 50-day line Thursday. Northrop Grumman stock successfully broke out after the Russian invasion and has now formed a new base. NOC stock is working on a 477.36 buy point from a cup-with-handle base above longer consolidations.


Shares fell 0.4% to 240.37 Friday, above the 50-day average. GD stock rose Wednesday on earnings, bouncing from around its 50-day line but closing off intraday highs. General Dynamics stock has a 255.09 buy point from a flat base, with its RS line rising to just below early March highs. GD stock has a strong IBD Composite Rating of 88 out of 99.


Shares tried to rebound, edging up 0.2% to 98.21, after a six-session decline. RTX has undercut the 50-day line and fallen roughly 6% below a 104.44 flat-base buy point. The relative strength line for RTX stock remains near highs after a solid rally in the past year.


Defense stocks surged in late February on expectations of higher spending. But last week Lockheed Martin (LMT) earnings took a hit from supply disruptions due to the Covid-19 omicron variant and rising inflation.


So if you'd like to dive deeper into this stock, it's crucial to consider any risks it's facing. You'd be interested to know, that we found 2 warning signs for Raytheon Technologies and you'll want to know about these.


The current consensus among 26 polled investment analysts is to Buy stock in Raytheon Technologies Corp. This rating has held steady since February, when it was unchanged from a Buy rating.Move your mouse over pastmonths for detail


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