Though Boeing (NYS: BA) is a blue chip stock that consistently outperforms the market, the responsible approach for any investor always is to explore both the bull and the bear perspectives before taking a position in any stock. In this video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Isaac Pino takes a look at some of the stumbles the company has made in the past, such as production problems that have delayed deliveries, which have sometimes led to big financial losses. Also, he highlights the idea that, even though the moat for this company may seem prohibitively wide for any competitor trying to get into this market and eat into Boeing's market share, there are companies coming out of emerging markets that investors should definitely keep an eye on as they continue to grow.
With great opportunity comes great responsibility, which is why here at the Fool, we always look at both sides of any investment. For Boeing, which operates as a major player in a multitrillion dollar market, the opportunity is absolutely massive. However, the company's execution problems and emerging competitors have investors wondering whether Boeing will live up to its shareholder responsibilities. In this premium research report, two of the Fool's best minds on industrials have collaborated to provide investors with the key, must-know issues around Boeing. They'll be updating the report as key news hits, so make sure to claim a copy today by clicking here now.
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