On the heels of a historic election, which gun maker offers the more attractive stock right now?
Some think the end is nigh for gun sales, meaning this could be a great way to prep for the future.
Are you interested in giving your kids a financial head start in life? If so then buying them a few shares of these three companies might be a smart decision.
Gun control concerns may be the driver behind the news at this leading gun maker -- or it could have another motive.
The toy maker’s sales and earnings were flat with the year-ago period, but that’s quite an accomplishment, since it lost the lucrative Disney Princess and Frozen business in 2016.
A drop in shares has become an opportunity for investors.
We compare Smith & Wesson stock to the alternatives, and decide whether it's cheap enough.
It ought to, since the worries Wall Street expressed have evaporated.
You know them and love them; maybe now is the time to buy them.
Long guns saw a dramatic increase in sales this quarter, but this issue could stop such growth cold.