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Portfolio Manager David Peltier highlights a gun-maker with a lofty dividend yield.
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Love them or hate them, these names have performed brilliantly over the past two years.
Despite legislative action -- or because of it -- gun and ammo stocks are rallying.
My favorite indicator to ferret down the long list of names is to look at the recent EPS estimate trend. Brace yourself, the earnings reports are about to come fast and furious. The best way to make quick money on the long side is to own the ones re...
Fiscal cliff progress helps to boost stocks, and tech is leading the market for a change today.
If gun control laws actually do tighten in the wake the Connecticut tragedy, this gun manufacturer would continue to thrive.
Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger have the potential to be short-sale candidates.
When the people running a company are dumping shares, there is no reason to pick them up.
Gun demand is on the rise -- and, despite the share jump, further upside potential remains robust.
Let's see if this year's picks can perform better than last year's cohort.
Shares have surged, and leading indicators tell us that the run can continue.
This market needs to catch its breath -- and this will probably happen sooner rather than later.
Here's a follow-up on four stocks and their very different trajectories.
Small-caps Sturm Ruger, Liquidity Services and Altisource are all rallying to new highs and are worth tracking.
Whether or not you believe the end is nigh, let's make as much money as possible beforehand.
The Arab Spring of 2011 could rematerialize as the U.S. Spring of 2012.
This is a perfect time to look for signs of rotation into groups, sectors and issues that might post new highs in 2011.