1. Benzinga's 'Stock Whisper' Index: 5 Stocks Investors Secretly Monitor But Don't Talk About Yet

    By Chris Katje Each week, Benzinga's Stock Whisper Index uses a combination of proprietary data and pattern recognition to showcase five stocks just under the surface and warrant attention . Investors are constantly on the hunt for undervalued, under-followed and emerging stocks. Wi
  2. Congress Members Invest In Defense Stocks As Middle East Tensions Mount: How Pelosi, Gottheimer, Hern And Others Could Benefit

    By Chris Katje Over the weekend, Iran launched a drone attack on Israel, which came in response to an airstrike of an Iranian embassy in Syria. The attack is the latest in an escalation of tensions in the Middle East, which could lead to further involvement from the U.S. and potent
  3. Congresswoman Discloses Purchase Of Defense Stock Lockheed Martin Before 'We Must Hold Iran Accountable' Comment: Is There A Potential Conflict Of Interest?

    By Chris Katje The act of buying and selling stocks and options by members of Congress has become a hotly debated item across social media and in the news due to potential conflicts of interest. A member of Congress recently disclosed a purchase of a defense stock, which could poin
  4. Janet Yellen Says US Will Be 'Responsible' If Ukraine Loses As $100B Aid Stuck In Congress

    By Chris Katje The U.S. has been a key financial backer for Ukraine during its ongoing conflict with Russia . However, Congress is currently split over approving an additional $100 billion in aid for Ukraine and Israel, aimed at assisting them in their respective global conflicts. T
  5. Lockheed Martin Doubles Down On Army Contracts As Nvidia, Microsoft & Intel Aid Defense Digitization By The Company

    By Surbhi Jain Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT ) recently (Nov. 27) bagged a U.S. government army contract worth $199.15 million. Extending up to Nov. 28, 2028, the contract was awarded for industrial engineering services for the Multiple Launch Rocket System Family of Munitions programs
  6. Middle East conflict: Have markets really moved on from fear?

    By: Naomi Rovnick and Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - After Hamas' incursion into Israel on Oct. 7 jolted world markets, an oil surge has reversed, global stocks are now broadly flat and bets on a humanitarian crisis spiraling into a wider regional conflict seem to have faded. Israel
  7. Evolution from sort of full-throat-ed, unconditional hugging of Israel to a little bit more nuance...

    #Biden and his team have markedly s hifted their tone on the #Israel Hamas crisis in recent days, moving from unfettered support of #Israel to emphasizing the need to protect #Palestinian #civilians in Gaza ahead of a looming Israeli #groundinvasion . Rapidly rising #Palestinian de
  8. Defense Stocks Surge As Israel Says It Thwarts Seaborne Hamas Attack; US Issues Warnings To Iran

    By Piero Cingari Defense-related stocks rose on Tuesday, outperforming the broader stock market, amid rising tensions in the war between Israel and Hamas. The iShares U.S. Aerospace & Defense ETF (NYSE: ITA ) rallied 1.2%, while the Invesco Aerospace & Defense ETF (NYSE: PPA ) surged 0
  9. Stock Market Bulls Put Faith In Market Mechanics — Bloodshed Ruins Biden Security Plan — The Choke Point

    By The Arora Report To gain an edge, this is what you need to know today. Bloodshed Please click here for a chart of SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (ARCA:SPY) which represents the benchmark stock market index S&P 500 (SPX). Note the following: Over 1300 people have been killed in Israel and G