Vista Outdoor Inc (VSTO)
$8.95 0.72 (8.75%)
17:00 EDT VSTO Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $8.23
Market Cap 514.22M
PE Ratio -8.52
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 721,308
Day's Range 8.17 - 8.98
52-Week Range 4.29 - 10.42
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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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 Ian Cooper
The coronavirus from China panic won’t last forever, and neither will recent higher highs in gun stocks like Ruger stock.
With the coronavirus outbreak raging across the globe, many investors are running for cover. But these stocks to buy might perform well in March due to a broader consumer sentiment shift.
With President Trump firing Sessions and a new government in play, investors could seek profits from these seven stocks to buy.
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With economic and political uncertainty weighing on the markets, now is an excellent time to focus on upside-friendly vice stocks.
These stocks may be in some high-growth areas, but right now they're anathema to the intelligent investor's portfolio.
Sturm Ruger's Q1 earnings beat should do wonders for shares. If this is what a bad quarter looks like, then RGR stock is simply too cheap.
Gun stocks have suffered severe volatility lately, but the recently proposed Concealed Carry Act should give them new life.
If you thought the sales rush from California's assault weapons ban was nuts, just wait until Prop 63 catapults ammo stocks!
California anti-gun legislators may have won the battle, but gun stocks will win the war as SWHC, VSTO and RGR sidestep regulations.
The Manufacturing sector saw plenty of trading activity today, including the following leaders and losers.
Gun stocks have been shot down over a bearish report by the FBI, but a closer look at the data suggests more trouble ahead.
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