Sturm Ruger & Company (RGR)
$69.80 1.60 (2.35%)
19:03 EST RGR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 1.22B
PE Ratio 27.81
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 201,200
Day's Range 68.63 - 69.98
52-Week Range 38.44 - 90.74
Dividend & Yield 1.10 (1.58%)
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Gun stocks gained due to a chaotic 2020, a year rife with violence. However, they are losing steam as the Biden administration settles in.
By Alex Sirois
Gun stocks had plenty of reasons to celebrate in 2020. Now, 2021 looks to be another strong year with lots of growth in sales ahead.
While social justice is critical, Wall Street needs to make new year’s resolutions that focus on true equity rather than virtue signaling.
With more stringent gun laws possibly on the horizon, it may be time to cash out of these three gun company stocks.
While coronavirus numbers start to subside again, many investors are in a pandemic mentality, making these the stocks to buy this week.
Prepare your mind and your portfolio for President Donald Trump to retake the White House in November. Start with these election stocks.
By Ian Cooper
While no one has a clue as to who could win, we have a good idea guns stocks could explode higher on a potential Joe Biden win.
Gun stocks are soaring in 2020 on the back of social unrest. A Joe Biden victory could send these gun and ammo names to even higher heights!
Civil unrest, the pandemic and the U.S. presidential election have made these five gun stocks winning plays this year.
Gun stocks have always been controversial due to the underlying product. However, with a record number of Americans wishing to protect themselves, this investment sector just got very interesting.
Gun stocks aren't for everyone, but for investors that like the idea of small-cap portfolio power, there are few names to consider here.
Record-breaking spikes in coronavirus infections are the last thing anyone needs right now. Still, they make these hot stocks to buy incredibly viable again.
With the pandemic, civil unrest, and now, the upcoming U.S. elections, driving firearms sales, consider these five gun stocks solid buys.
With so much going on, the back half of 2020 promises more adventure for investors. To cut down on the unexpected, these 10 companies provide useful indicators for a broader stock market forecast.
These companies are proving themselves to be among the best consumer discretionary stocks to buy in today's stock-picker market.
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