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The stocks that stand to do well under a Hillary Clinton presidency surged ahead of the first presidential debate on Monday.
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) stock was lower in Friday's extended trading session after the Army didn't select its proposal to replace the M9 service weapon.
The CEO answered more like a man trying to protect his job than one trying to protect his shareholders.
Last week was not a great one for Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail, or for the stocks that might benefit from her presidency.
Demand is quite healthy and markets are not going into the abyss, Cramer says.
Check out the names that are showing technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the last week.
Last week wasn't stellar for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, on the campaign trail or in the markets.
Hillary Clinton marked her biggest fundraising month to date in August, raking in a record $143 million. Hillary-friendly stocks, however, haven't had as strong a showing.
A weaker jobs report on Friday brought slight relief over diminished chances of a September rate hike.
Stocks hold higher by mid-afternoon Friday after a weaker jobs report lowers the chances of a September rate hike.
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) posted better-than-anticipated results for the 2017 fiscal first quarter and provided positive guidance late Thursday.
Stocks are higher Friday after the latest reading on the U.S. labor market falls short of estimates.
Stock futures turn higher on Friday morning after the latest reading on the U.S. labor market falls short of estimates.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including downgrades for Ciena, Genesco, VeriFone and Smith & Wesson.
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) reported solid results for the 2017 fiscal first quarter and gave an upbeat forecast after Thursday's closing bell.
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) will report fiscal 2017 first quarter earnings and revenue after Thursday's closing bell.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Last week wasn't exactly one to write home about for Hillary Clinton. The stocks that could do well under her presidency didn't have a particularly impressive go of things, either.
The jobs report for August, out Friday, caps off a busy week filled with crucial data, economic snapshots that will play into the Federal Reserve's decision-making later in September.
Hillary Clinton last week largely put her head down and kept quiet. The stocks that stand to do well under her presidency had a rather unremarkable week as well.
Hillary Clinton is up in the polls and appears to be staying there. The stocks that could do well under her presidency? Not so much.
Instead of the weapons manufacturers, investors could look at the stocks of companies that make bullets.
Hillary Clinton had a relatively quiet week and so did the portfolio we track of investments that should do well under a President Clinton. Here's how it went down.
An inability to resume the rally could signal a double-top failure that puts downside pressure on broad benchmarks.
Smith & Wesson Schedules First Quarter Fiscal 2017 Financial Release and Conference Call