The Highest-Rated Aerospace and Defense Stocks
Based on the aggregated intelligence of 180,000-plus investors participating in Motley Fool CAPS, the Fool's free investing community, the 10 stocks below are the highest rated in the aerospace and defense industry.
CAPS contains more than just the crowd's opinions. The votes of CAPS' best-performing members, known as All-Stars, count more in shaping each company's rating than do the picks of their poorer-performing peers. That way, investors can intelligently use members' collective wisdom to make better decisions.
The highest-rated aerospace and defense stock is...
Looking at the aggregate data, we see that our community rates DigitalGlobe (NYS: DGI) above the rest and for good reason. As CAPS player mocamanwrote:
Excellent products for defense industry as well as commercial market. History of good reliable products that dominate their market. Solid management team with proven record of growth.
Here are the rest of the 10 highest-rated companies in the industry along with their CAPS rating:
|2||CPI Aerostructures (ASE: CVU)||*****||$78|
|3||Curtiss-Wright (NYS: CW)||*****||$1,529|
|4||Embraer SA (NYS: ERJ)||*****||$4,876|
|5||Precision Castparts (NYS: PCP)||*****||$24,206|
|6||Ceradyne (NAS: CRDN)||*****||$794|
|7||LMI Aerospace (NAS: LMIA)||*****||$238|
|9||American Science & Engineering||*****||$660|
Source: Motley Fool CAPS as of Nov. 7.
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