Not expensive, not cheap. Not enough for me. No edge." Smith & Wesson Holdings Corp (SWHC): "I like the stock, I think it is too cheap. I think you want to own the stock now. You want to own it during these periods where people feel it's …
Firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson Holding Corp (SWHC) is facing some tough year-over-year comparisons when it steps into the earnings confessional after the close of trading Thursday. Following a surge in firearm purchases last …
Many investors like to look for momentum in stocks, but this can be very tough to define. There is great debate regarding which metrics are the best to focus on in this regard, and which are not really quality indicators of future performance. …
These numbers suggest the stock is at $42 for good reason. The stock is trading at about 10x estimates, but it suggests that may be still be somewhat pricey. Over at SWHC, Q3 2012 net income was $17.7 million. However, in its latest …
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Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: SWHC) is growing. The gunsmith has entered into ... The terms of the deal are for up to 9.7 million shares of common stock and $26.2 million in cash. The acquisition will be immediately …
Smith & Wesson (SWHC) reported pretty solid earnings after the closing bell ... The continued slide in Apple's (AAPL) stock this week was a major story. But one Twitter follower noted that it might be a bit much ... and he wins RCOTW …
One stock that might be an intriguing choice for investors right now is Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation SWHC. This is because this security in the Leisure & Recreational Products space is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, …
SWHC) and Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc. (NYSE: RGR) would be happy that they have one fewer public gun company to compete with. Still, it is not as if Remington and the other brands under Freedom have not already established market …