The Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (Nasdaq: SWHC) stock price soared more than 10% to $24.15 this morning (Friday) after strong quarterly earnings and upbeat guidance. But is this a sustained rally or just a short-term surge for the …
Smith & Wesson Holding Corp (SWHC) stock is shooting higher on Friday after the prominent gun manufacturer delivered incredibly strong fiscal fourth-quarter results. It also guided for stronger-than-expected results in the current quarter — …
One such company that looks well positioned for a solid gain, but has been overlooked by investors lately, is Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation SWHC. This Leisure & Recreation Products stock has actually seen estimates rise over …
In response, the stock prices of the two big publicly traded gun manufacturers - Smith & Wesson (NASDAQ:SWHC) and Sturm, Ruger & Co. (NYSE:RGR) - are both up significantly. Logically, this makes sense: if gun owners fear stricter …
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Rick Pendergraft: Certain industries see their stocks rise and fall with the political climate in the U.S. We have seen health care stocks fall when universal health care has been in the political spotlight, like it was in 2008 and again in the last ...
self evident. For example, consider the assertion - made almost daily by politicians and monetary policy figures - that all we need to do to end this economic crisis is "kick start" lending and that credit is the "lifeblood of the economy." …
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) shareholders are having an awful day. The stock is off 28% to $7.10 and hit a 52-week low of $6.68. The period high is $22.80. Part of the reason is that gun inventories are building up. The company said that net …
But tougher rules have yet to take effect -- and gun sales have continued to skyrocket. Smith & Wesson (SWHC) stock has surged this year too. Related: Sport Chalet going out of business after 57 years If anything, Dick's may face its …
On the five-month chart, RGR has soared roughly 400 percent while SWHC has only added 25 percent, largely because the stock was hit extraordinarily hard by the financial crisis.