Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Investopedia: Absent Macro Shocks, Cash And Expenses Will Drive Boeing

A year ago I thought that Boeing (NYSE:BA) looked undervalued and ready to outperform as investors bought in to the company's considerable commercial ramp. Since then, the stock is up about 20% and although worries about batteries on the 787 did create some headaches, the company remains in good shape with respect to its market share and backlog. I still believe that Boeing should sport a triple-digit stock price and though I won't ignore the risks of a major macroeconomic slowdown, I think the biggest concerns for Boeing are now reaching cost/profit targets and how to use the considerable sums of cash it will generate.

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