So you need: a car that goes over 100 mph; a house that is more than 1000 sq-ft; indoor plumbing; all you can eat buffet; cable TV with over 100 stations; central air conditioning and heat; more than one pair of shoes; jets that can fly 400+ mph; cars that get 30 mpg; super sized soft drinks; internet access at the click of a mouse; 64 gigs of ram on your computer for a few hundred extra bucks . . . what is your point, moron. The hands of time move swiftly, and so does technology. Leaders in technology rule the roost and are rewarded by the free market place here in the USA. If you don't like it, move you worthless a s s to NK and what happens in a country where guns are banned for anyone except the government leaders and their military machine.
Troops, while it is very tempting to engage all of the socialists, fascists, communists, and anti-Americans that have recently showed up on this board to talk about gun control, and not about things related to S&W as an investment – and I am as guilty as some on this board for fanning the flames with them – I propose that going forward, NO ONE replies to any of their moronic posts anymore. They can have conservations amongst themselves if they like, but at some point, they will leave this board. By engaging them, we are just playing into their agenda. These people are not worth our time.
The focus is to discuss SWHC as an investment (long or short), stating the reasons why you think the stock is going up, down, nowhere, or getting taken out.
See my earlier comments today . . . it's a done deal for the next 8 years; if anyone here can't see this, I have a bridge in Brooklyn with your name on it. So from my point of view, gun sales will remain strong for a long time to come, absent the 2nd A being taken . . . and that certainly remains an ever present threat
POST OF THE YEAR, BROTHER . . . they will never get it. They know nothing of the 1938 Germany Weapons Act, and that fun little event called "The Night of Broken Class", and what followed soon after that . . . you would think that the likes of MB, DF, RE and CS would be especially dialed into this moments in history, but apparently not.
So, your point is what actually? How many of those people were involved in crimes; gang related activities; related to drugs. How many people died in drunk driving accidents in that time? Your posts are moronic.
The only way SWHC climbs $4 in a day is on the announcement of a buy-out. Even if they hit the cover off the ball, again, on the top and bottom line, I expect the stock to trade down the next day. The higher it inches up, the more shorts pile on - because, well, you know, the "gun run" is over and all of the "red necks" are tapped out of money. And they can't afford their beer, guns, amo, BBQ and gas for their pick up trucks . . . there is simply no way that this small minority of fat, beer drinking, illiterate Americans can still be buying more guns, now is there? How is that short treating you, HARVEY?
I own both (SDRL at $25.50); for two completely different reasons. Like american says below, just say you are short already and be done with it; we know why you are short at this point. But your constant march with the rusty rig story is really long in the tooth. At time I do think you and mikey are one and the same.
Moron; this stock has not seen 12 bones for a long time; certainly not in the last three years, so now you expect us to believe you were long last year, really?
How . . . it's easy how they missed . . . they do their DD from the desk in their office on WS, that's how. Do think any of these clowns have ever shot a gun; gone to a range or gun store; gone to a gun show; hunted; seen all of the women buying guns these days; understand the mind set of your "typical uneducated #$%$ gun owner" or just how much gun owners do not trust the government. They are to busy eating fine food and drinking fine wine in the Hampton's.
Libertee4all . . . Why do you constantly respond to this individual . . . did you not see my post from last week? You are playing right into their agenda.
The more the likes Bloomingturd and his ilk keep pounding the anti gun BS, the more guns will be sold by the likes of RGR, SWHC and the rest of the players. They fail to understand the scope of their logic. And, not to forget, BO is in office for another two years, followed by Billary for 8 years after that. The pressure on gun companies will continue, and hence the drivers for increased sales are essentially locked in. And, in the event that we experience another nut job (or two) that come unglued and go postal, it will only drive sales further north, as there will be yet again another major push for stricter gun control/removal.
But yet the majority of the clowns that "cover" RGR, Olin and SWHC, still continue to use the six sigma event that was the SHE shooting as the inflection point against which all other comps should be compared, and not use that event as the it sadly was. This is what happens when you never leave your office to do in depth DD on the companies that you cover.
Thanks . . . I just did a little research on some of the oldest traded industrial manufacturing companies:
Ames-True Temper - 1774
Jim Beam - 1795
DuPont - 1802
S&W - 1852
Ford - 1903
Harley Davidson - 1903
BINGO . . . Excellent breakdown of the situation that is about to unfold. Nothing will amount from the Benghazi affair. Get use to her for the next 8 years, followed by Chelsea after that.
SunOpta, Inc. (STKL) Tops Q1 EPS by 2c
5:03 PM ET, 05/13/2014 - Street Insider
SunOpta, Inc. (NASDAQ: STKL) reported Q1 EPS of $0.10, $0.02 better than the analyst estimate of $0.08. Revenue for the quarter came in at $333.5 million versus the consensus estimate of $297.27 million. "We are pleased to report a solid start to the year driven by strong revenue and earnings growth. All our core foods operating segments generated increased revenues and operating income versus the prior year. We are extremely pleased that we are starting to see the results in our financial performance from the anticipated benefits of our operational realignment, investment in growing market opportunities and re-positioned go-to-market strategy," commented Steve Bromley, Chief Executive Officer of SunOpta. "We continue to believe that interest in healthy eating is a key long term global trend and that we are well positioned to capitalize on future industry growth via our integrated natural and organic foods platform. Our management team remains focused on our three core strategies of becoming a pure-play natural and organic foods company, growing our value-added consumer products and ingredients portfolio, and leveraging our integrated platform in support of our long-term financial targets."
It is because you are a MORON . . . no one else is having trouble . . . how old is your computer and are you still using AOL?