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Stocks hold mixed on Friday after U.S. jobs gains in November solidify the chances of a December rate hike.
Handgun maker's results don't give insight into the impact a Trump presidency has on appetite for gun purchases.
The FBI processed a record number of background checks for gun buyers on Black Friday.
U.S. stock futures turn lower Thursday as oil prices stabilize after soaring during the previous session following OPEC's agreement to cut output; U.S. automakers release November sales.
The U.S. labor market is back in the spotlight in the coming week with the nonfarm payrolls report on tap for a Friday morning release.
Take a closer look at CoreCivic, Geo, Sturm Ruger and Smith & Wesson.
Jim Cramer says buyers just can't wait for this market to come down.
Donald Trump in the White House could be huge for stocks such as Apple, Exxon Mobil, and Smith & Wesson.
As we all know, the stock market and the economy abhor uncertainty.
Shares of Smith & Wesson (SWHC) and Sturm Ruger (RGR) were sharply lower on Wednesday morning after Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election.
Smith & Wesson announces name change initiative the way Philip Morris morphed into Altria.
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) wants to change its name to 'The American Outdoor Brands Corporation' because it sells more than just hand guns.
Candidates stormed the country into the wee hours of the morning as the 18 month long campaign winds down and Americans head to the polls.
Holding Corporation to Be Renamed American Outdoor Brands Corporation
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
Hillary Clinton is either about to become the first woman president of the United States or lose to Donald--who'd'a' thunk it--Trump.
If you think Hillary Clinton's headed to the White House, here's how you can bet on it through the stock market.
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Tweaking your portfolio in anticipation of whom you think the Nov. 8 winner will be is a fool's errand.
The second-to-last week of Election 2016 did not go as Hillary Clinton would have liked, to say the least.
News the FBI is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton's email use as Secretary of State rocked markets Friday. Many Clinton-friendly stocks were in the red as well.
Last week was, by many measures, a good one for Hillary Clinton. It was strong for stocks that might surge under her presidency as well.
Jim Cramer likes SWHC and BX, but not NAT and DBD.
Cramer previews important earnings reports scheduled for the coming week.
Hillary Clinton's standing in the polls has solidified in recent days, despite hiccups. The stocks that stand to do well with her in the White House haven't done particularly well.