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Today's headlines may bring uncertainty, but this sector still looks good.
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.
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.
Gun stocks American Outdoor Brands and Sturm, Ruger were both climbing Friday afternoon.
With sales of firearms weakening, these stocks may look good short.
The list of companies that meet the criteria is pretty short, but there are some out there.
The danger for investors comes in paying too much attention to what's said, acting on every word and focusing on the short term.
Shopping the trash bin can be profitable, but focus on those companies that have strong balance sheets.
I am far more likely to be digging in the garbage can than the penthouse for stock ideas.
For-profit corrections names may do well under the new administration.
As we all know, the stock market and the economy abhor uncertainty.
The CEO answered more like a man trying to protect his job than one trying to protect his shareholders.
U.S. stocks came off of session lows by the day's end, though remained in the red.
U.S. stocks ended at session lows in a disappointing start to the week.
Analysts seem bullish on firearms as Sturm Ruger leads the pack of gun stocks in Real Money's "Vice Squad" watch list.
The gunmaker's shares were tripped up this week on news of three analyst downgrades, but Wall Street remains generally bullish on the stock.
Don't invest based on who's likely to win the Oval Office.
From Beijing to Washington, government regulations often backfire.