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A rally in the gun maker's shares has been going on long before President Obama's remarks on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks returned to positive territory in Tuesday's trading session after Monday's steep selloff.
In a market driven by computer manipulation, there's no knowing what's next.
As heated politic rhetoric over gun control often leads to increased demand for firearms, now could be the time for Colt Defense to tap the public market.
Despite recent market defying gains, the stock is likely to drop 50% from highs.
Stocks ended sharply lower Monday after crude oil closed at its lowest level since February 2009.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Target (TGT), Whole Foods (WFM), General Mills (GS), WhiteWave (WWAV), Starbucks (SBUX), American Express (AXP), Marriott (MAR) and more.
The stock is advancing from a key level of $10 and could double or triple from that starting point.
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U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as personal income and spending both rose in July.
We may be easing toward Labor Day, but there's still plenty going on.
The Federal Communications Commission adopted a rule giving telephone companies wider latitude in preventing robocalls and spam text messages to consumers on both landline and wireless phones.
Fed fury has subsided but the central bank is still data-dependent.
The company recently bested quarterly expectations and could be up for a new government contract.
We may be shifting to a "sell the rally mode" vs. "buy the dips."
Checkout line pressure means focus on income and spending numbers.
U.S. stocks are wavering at record levels Wednesday. The volume is low for this full trading week before the Labor Day holiday.