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A look at the stock's chart reveals that AOBC's fate is linked to the American political landscape.
Is it Friday yet? These are the stories moving the market ahead of Thursday's opening bell.
The Dow spent most of the morning in the red before turning around in the afternoon session.
A U.S. government panel denied Ant Financial's acquisition of the money transfer company over national security concerns.
Shipments could start showing signs of decline in March.
U.S. stocks were trading higher after the economy added 228,000 jobs in November.
Gun makers were seeing green on Black Friday. Applications for background checks reached a new record high, and Wall Street is paying attention.
It is not just big-name retailers offering up Black Friday bargains. Gun manufacturers are also out with their holiday discounts.
The massacre in Las Vegas is just the latest tragedy that has some investors looking to exit their investments in the firearms industry.
Casino stocks were in focus for a second day following the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Wall Street held mixed in another shaky day of trading with Hurricane Irma's path on watch.
Gun stocks American Outdoor Brands and Sturm, Ruger were both climbing Friday afternoon.
Shares are showing a bullish head-and-shoulders breakout pattern.
With sales of firearms weakening, these stocks may look good short.
Macy's, American Outdoor Brands and Mattel may be value picks in a beaten-down sector.
Shopping the trash bin can be profitable, but focus on those companies that have strong balance sheets.