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"Here are the companies that could profit from Trump’s Space Force" by Aaron Gregg and Christian Davenport.
Byron Callan was quoted in Aaron Gregg and Christian Davenport's Washington Post article, "Here are the companies that could profit from Trump’s Space Force," published on August 16th, 2018.
The article reads:
"Byron Callan, a prominent defense stock analyst with Capital Alpha Partners, said Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Harris Corporation may be particularly well-positioned to benefit from Trump’s Space Force.
Capital Alpha partners analyst Byron Callan described the Space force as “far from an automatic win” for space companies. “They’re all diversified enough that you don’t know what else is going to get curtailed — that they’re counting on — to pay for this,” he said."
"Genery Dynamics wins beltway bidding war as rival withdraws offer for CSRA" by Aaron Gregg.
Byron Callan was quoted in Aaron Gregg's Washington Post article, "Genery Dynamics wins beltway bidding war as rival withdraws offer for CSRA," published on March 28th, 2018.
The article reads:
“I definitely think this saga is over,” said Byron Callan, a defense market analyst with Capital Alpha Partners. “General Dynamics probably all along had more firepower. It’s a tough battle to get into with a company with those financial resources and that size.”
"Defense firms see more disappointment with Trump's budget" by Aaron Gregg
Industrials analyst Byron Callan was quoted in Aaron Gregg's article, "Defense firms see more disappointment with Trump's budget."
“I don’t think you can look at any of this budget process and conclude that there is going to be something materially different from before,” said Byron Callan, director of investment bank Capital Alpha Partners.
"After initial euphoria over Trump's win, investors in defense stocks fear gridlock" by Aaron Gregg
Defense analyst Byron Callan was quoted in Aaron Gregg's Washington Post article, entitled "After initial euphora over Trump's win, investors in defense stocks fear gridlock".
"It's nothing close to the historically high growth rates that this thing had initially been positioned at," said Byron Callan, managing director of Capital Alpha Partners, a provider of research to financial institutions.
The budget increase announced Monday "is a pretty pedestrian increase compared to the Reagan era ... some of these [defense] companies were growing at 15 to 20 percent in the early 1980s," Callan said.