Smith & Wesson Brands Inc (SWBI)
$21.17 0.39 (1.81%)
19:59 EST SWBI Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.86M
Day's Range 20.66 - 21.58
52-Week Range 12.87 - 27.79
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By Thomas Niel
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By Ian Cooper
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By Thomas Niel
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.
By Joel Baglole
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Firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson Brands (NASDAQ:SWBI), formerly known as American Outdoor Brands Corporation, is one of those companies that's almost a political statement. Owning....
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