Hints of a sales rebound coupled with its huge dividend yield have helped the toymaker outperform rival Hasbro in 2016.
In July, kick back, relax, and let dividends from L Brands, General Electric, and Sturm, Ruger inject some worry-free cash into your portfolio.
Remember that backlash when the company teamed up with Bill Clinton on smart guns? Well, it could have far bigger implications than that.
Gun stocks rise again on fears of tighter regulations.
Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger retain this tailwind.
Lies, damned lies, and statistics can't obscure the fact: Smith & Wesson stock is cheap, and likely to rise.
Do these stocks give parents an opportunity to make money on toys and clothing?
The concealed-carry market has been hot, and the gunmaker is upping the firepower of its popular M&P Shield line.
Which of these gun-makers is the smarter pick right now?
The two industry giants often square off across the toy box, but only one has been doing things right.