|Day Low/High||19.17 / 19.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||18.20 / 31.19|
AMC's huge hit "The Walking Dead" inspired this portfolio compiled by TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia and Debra Borchardt.
Names in which estimates are ratcheting upward while the valuation is still low will likely outperform. I use earnings momentum as an important first screen for finding long ideas. There is no better indicator that expectations are too low for a sto...
Fiscal cliff progress helps to boost stocks, and tech is leading the market for a change today.
Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger have the potential to be short-sale candidates.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some earnings reports for the week of Dec. 3
There is nothing better than digging for undiscovered gems and buying them.
Gun demand is on the rise -- and, despite the share jump, further upside potential remains robust.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports scheduled for the coming week.
I'm tired of news-driven action that has turned prudent speculation into a game of chance where luck beats skill.
Volume is thin, and despite the lack of news, the selling pressure is on.
A strong run in the shares coupled with what some will see as modest upside is likely to lead to profit taking.
I'd stay in these shares so long as they don't pull back to this key moving average.
The bears find themselves out of position again, and that gives the market a boost.
Shares have surged, and leading indicators tell us that the run can continue.
Here's a follow-up on four stocks and their very different trajectories.
As attacks escalate, demand will increase, and one name stands to be a clear winner.
SWHC is a potential play since divesting the security solutions area and focusing on its core business.
The Arab Spring of 2011 could rematerialize as the U.S. Spring of 2012.