Sturm Ruger & Company (RGR)
$68.69 1.87 (2.80%)
16:44 EDT RGR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $66.82
Market Cap 1.20B
PE Ratio 27.37
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 595,215
Day's Range 65.80 - 69.80
52-Week Range 38.44 - 73.89
Dividend & Yield 1.10 (1.60%)
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When America protests, gun stocks rally. This trend holds true today, but how much higher can these hot stocks go?
We're keeping a close eye on Friday's labor report from the BLS, and you should too. Nothing else seems likely to destabilize the market.
The news coverage has triggered a pattern in gun stocks that we have seen several times before. We think we can take advantage of it with a bearish trade on Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE:RGR).
Sturm Ruger (RGR) news for Monday includes RGR stock heading higher as riots continue across the U.S. ad gun sales increase.
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Ruger stock has always been a controversial investment. But because of its underlying product, it’s also a vital (though ironic) lifeline for a hurting demographic.
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Sturm Ruger earnings (RGR) were unveiled today and RGR stock was unmoved after hours despite the company's revenue declining year-over-year.
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Sturm Ruger stock (RGR) is down more than 0.5% after hours as the company's quarterly earnings results missed Wall Street's expectations.
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