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The stock could pop on earnings, but at this price, the upside just isn't enough.
Tracking Point has combined the technology of a fighter jet with a gun to develop the 'smart rifle'... all for a price tag of $25,000.
PetSmart will report earnings today, and while the share price has stalled recently it has been an outperformer during the global financial crisis.
Dish Network will switch off its Hopper feature for Disney shows three days after they air, and in exchange, the pay-TV provider is getting a lucrative streaming deal that could impact how we watch pro sports.
Companies in the Barrow All-Cap Core Fund are merger targets four times more than the market at large because the fund's managers take a private equity approach to stock-picking.
A gunmaker preps preholiday sales figures, more aftermarket auto-parts news, a big loser after the bell yesterday, and Cramer's shopping ... where?
Three companies get double nods from strategies of proven stock pickers.
Investors would likely move into agency debt and high-grade corporate bonds.
Stocks are flat ahead of the jobs report, while Ford CEO Alan Mullaly may retire early and Smith & Wesson misses the mark on its outlook.
A few more earnings trickle in this week ahead of Friday's employment report for August.
The market could get whipsawed on several data points this week.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier highlights a gun-maker with a lofty dividend yield.
Many will want to buy a house before mortgages get too expensive.
Investors are spooked by a slowdown in gun-purchasing, but that doesn't diminish the upside here.
Upgrades for Groupon and Solar City don't sway the market higher. Even Smith & Wesson can't shoot stocks higher on its strong results.
Love them or hate them, these names have performed brilliantly over the past two years.
Stock futures slip as gold and silver continue melting down on poor Chinese economic reports. Dish bids for Sprint and CALSTERS unloads guns- Debra Borchardt gives details.
Despite legislative action -- or because of it -- gun and ammo stocks are rallying.