Security stocks offer long-term returns

After one successful and one unsuccessful attempt to blow up its subway system, London is on high alert.

13th August, 2005

After one successful and one unsuccessful attempt to blow up its subway system, London is on high alert. Domestic suicide bombers are a new threat that Britain will have to face for the foreseeable future.

For investors and companies, that bleak reality is already increasing interest in defence and security-related companies in the stock market. The trend will continue for years to come.

Any investor who acts on that now could do well. Tourists, shoppers...

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