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    Greg C
    I have no doubt that Boeing is going back to 300 I just don't know how long its going to take. Being in Boeing right now would be making me Zero money Thats why I don't want to get back in There are other stocks out there right now that are way better investments.
  • g
    Every shareholder or potential shareholder needs to watch the PBS documentary on the MAX and be fully aware the every time Airbus makes significant market strides the culture within Boeing will sell your safety short…. Facts
  • H
    Happy Guy
    Boeing August orders and deliveries

    Boeing has released its orders and deliveries overview over August. In that month the manufacturer was able to log orders for 53 aircraft, 30 cancellations and delivered 22 aircraft.

    Ordered were:

    8 B737-8s by 777 Partners
    12 B737-9s by Alaska Airlines
    5 B737-8s by Bain Capital Griffin International
    1 B777F by FedEx
    2 B737MAXs by Undisclosed customers
    10 B777Fs by Undisclosed customers
    7 B787-9s by Undisclosed customers
    8 B737MAXs by United Airlines
    Cancelled were:

    2 B787-9s by Avolon Ireland
    20 B737MAXs by Undisclosed customers
    8 B737MAXs by United Airlines
    Delivered were:

    2 B737MAXs to Air Lease Corporation
    1 B777F to DHL
    1 B767-300F to FedEx
    1 B777F to FedEx
    1 P-8A to the Indian Navy
    2 B737MAXs to Jackson Square Aviation
    1 BBJ to a Private customer
    1 P-8A to the Royal Norwegian Air Force
    1 B737MAX to Ryanair
    1 B737MAX to Turkish Airlines
    7 B737MAXs to United Airlines
    3 KC-46As to the USAF
    During 2021, Boeing has now logged a total of 683 orders and 403 cancellations, leaving them with 280 net orders.
  • S
    SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Tuesday it handed over 22 airplanes to buyers in August as revived domestic travel fuels 737 MAX deliveries, and received orders for seven 787s even as the program for that jet remains hobbled by industrial defects.
    The closely watched monthly orders and deliveries snapshot comes as Boeing bids to recoup billions of dollars in lost sales from the coronavirus pandemic, and move beyond the safety scandal caused by two fatal 737 MAX crashes.

    Of the 22 jetliners handed over to airlines and other buyers last month, 14 were 737 MAX jets and two were P-8 maritime patrol aircraft. The remaining six jets were widebodies, including three KC-46 tankers for the U.S. Air Force.
    For the year to date, Boeing has delivered 206 aircraft.
  • Y
    “ AirAsia has reached deal to restructure Airbus jet order -sources
    Reuters | Sep 17, 2021 11:45AM ET”
  • e
    I really won’t be posting. I’ve posted all there is to post. For 2 weeks I said it wouldn’t move at all. But it really didn’t move at all. Like zero.

    Now the 20 sma has stabilized. Does that mean it’s certain to go higher? No, it could break down again in which case it starts all over again,

    But at least now it has the possibility to go higher soon. 2 weeks ago it had no chance and a week ago it had no chance. Stock just don’t break up big when the 20 sma is in a death spiral downward

    I’m off this board for at least 5 days. You can respond but it not be read by me.
  • e
    You try am do an order and it’s so jumpy that it moves.10 while you are typing in the order. Was going to buy a put at 213.00 it was there for half a second

    Had to not do the trade become it dropped .15 before I could even type an order onto the platform.
  • D
    Suggest everyone that is tired of naked shorting, shorting, wash sales being used by market makers, big brokerages, hedge funds….to manipulate/tank Boeing stock (as well as other stocks) regardless of positive news – file comments on Request SEC enforce security laws against stock manipulation.
    Feel free to copy/use comments below or use other comments. Thanks.
    SEC needed actions:
    1. Ban short selling stock by everyone - including by market makers (often huge shorts at open and close).
    2. Enforce laws against market manipulation used in “wash sales” thru algo trading.
    2. Ban dark pools (hiding trades from retail investors, which allows market makers/big brokers to front run trades).
    3. Crack down on brokerages/media manipulating “news” by repeating, making up, or hiding stories, as well as using a “front man” to direct stock prices up or down. (One media site “reporter” seems to do weekly hit pieces on Boeing while ignoring positive news.)

    Ban payments for order flows (used to steal money by not offering best price to retail investors).
    Enforce actions against blatant stock option expiration price manipulation thru algos, shorting, etc....
  • M
    waiting for ba to gain some upward strength, hopefully soon, it's been 6 months
  • r
    Ba has pumped a lot of positive info over the last few weeks. With a net non- effect of stock price. Could be setting up for 200……..than it could recover…….right now nervous holders………..
  • J
    Boeing forecasts $9 trillion aerospace market opportunities in commercial, defense and services over next decade.
  • R
    The hardest and most important thing for a long-term investor to do is nothing.
  • G
    The latest news confirms the pent up demand that continues to build and will unleash huge revenue and profit increases especially now that BA is addressing the manufacturing and production issues during this slower period. They will be the best positioned company to take advantage of the growth cycle that is coming.
  • e
    Problem with this stock is it just doesn’t move. Sore it moves up 2 and down 2 intraday but it doesn’t move on the daily.
    Same price for 2 weeks
  • l
    Jin and his other 4 aliases Jeff, Claude, SBT, BicepsBob has quietly lower Boeing sp from 1400 to 220. Consequently, his pumping hours were cut by Boeing management Jin's toilet cleaning days are back and looking better than ever.
  • S
    "The U.S. planemaker (BA), which dominates jet sales together with Europe's Airbus, forecast 43,610 commercial jet deliveries over the next 20 years worth $7.2 trillion, an increase of 500 units from the 43,110 projected a year ago.
    On a shorter 10-year view, which is more sensitive to the severe fallout on airlines from the COVID-19 pandemic, Boeing sees 19,330 deliveries, up from last year's forecast of 18,350."
  • J
    Unhappy/Frank/Jin/Greg/Gail (Dennis)/SBT/Jeff,

    You boys have a good weekend.

    This includes all of your multiple personalities, don't worry about the stock

    240 coming with China Certification/Orders

    Nice job, add more here
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    Happy Guy
    "Southwest Airlines is looking more likely than not to exercise its options and take delivery of 114 new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft next year."
  • J
    I like this news - "CHICAGO, Sept. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] today announced a $1.4 million donation package to assist with humanitarian relief efforts for Afghan allies as well as grants and initiatives to support and honor U.S. military veterans and their families."
  • M
    Ryanair (RYA LN) CEO says booking over the next few months are patchy, some periods of extraordinary demand. Prices into next summer will be significantly stronger than pre-COVID. Continue discussions with Boeing (BA) on the 737 Max