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AMMO, Inc. (POWW)

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4.2900+0.1300 (+3.13%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
4.4300 +0.14 (+3.26%)
After hours: 07:59PM EST
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  • j
    james
    Met this team at SHOT SHOW 2022 in Vegas last week. Very impressed with innovation and non incendiary ammo line. They have lots of DOD contracts in the pipeline and their armor piercing technology is second to none. Employee and management team are loading up on this stock with high expectations.
    Bullish
  • A
    Austin
    POWW, VSTO, SWBI, and RGR all basically had the SAME EXACT charts today....you should know what this means....big boys are buying across the gun/ammo board....they know
  • d
    david
    Well.... i'm not going to try to convince anyone to buy or sell a position. But here's something that should warrant some discussion. Institutional ownership keeps increasing. Per marketsmith, ownership is as follows:
    Mar-21 - 26
    Jun-21 - 95
    Sep-21 - 107
    Dec-21 - 124

    Yet.... Stock deteriorating in price. If the demand is there, why is price not accelerating? Here's a theory.... Takes a long time for an institution with big bucks to complete a position; sell a little, buy more, sell a little, buy more. Keep the price down and the stock off the radar. And when the time is right.... let it run. So what do you think?
  • R
    Randee
    Ok, y'all. Let's again talk more about current and long-term business fundamentals and less about what Cabela's has in stock. If I understand Ammo, Inc correctly, retailers like Cabela's make little impact on total sales. So, where is this company headed. Once again, I am in the dilemma of "why am I holding this and watching it deteriorate?"
    I know the warehouse is coming along and that will help production meet outstanding sales. I know Gunbroker is/will help margins. Those things have been in the works or active 12 months and the stock has DECREASED. Where is the silver lining? Where is the light at the end of the tunnel? Feeling like I should sell now and short rather than hold long term. Convince me I'm wrong.
  • C
    Curt
    I used to buy 223 bulk ammo at $0.35/round, maybe a bit less. Now plinking 223 ammo is about $1.00 per round. Hunting ammo is at least $1.50 - $2.00 per round. That's at Cabela's. Gone are the large pallets of bulk shooting 223 and 9mm ammo. The ammo shortage lives on. No reloading powder or primers are available at Cabela's. The stock is way oversold. The only question is by how much????
    Bullish
  • B
    Bill
    To all the people constantly complaining about ammo shortage. It took me less time on my phone to find 9mm ammo at 38 cents a round and up then it did you to type your posts. (approx 30 seconds). If you would rather complain online then look online I can’t help you.
  • J
    Jay
    OK. Anyone out there have any idea as to what's going on?
  • D
    David
    I just bought back POWW today at $4.48 after being out for a while. I can see a possible move to $4, but seems like a good risk/reward here. One thing that is a concern is that management has affirmed revenue guidance, but not EPS guidance. I suspect that labor and material costs will be higher than expected.
  • K
    Kirk
    What’s hilarious is if you pull up a 5 yr chart on this sob we have made a whopping 15 cent gain in share price 🙄🙄🙄😂
  • m
    marty
    I sold some POWW in the mid-7s after they released their earnings in November to lighten up some. Since then I have been buying all the way down to the mid-4s now and I own a ton of it. Is there a logical reason it has fallen three dollars in the last few weeks? I might be missing something. It just seems very inexpensive with their new factory opening this summer. Thanks.
    Bullish
  • J
    Joe
    And right back down. Guess I’ll have to buy more.
  • C
    Curt
    The investment company 360 Financial Inc. recently purchased Ammo Inc. for their portfolio (reported today, Jan 18)
    Bullish
  • A
    ART
    Inflation --- no inflation, I still want to buy ammo in my retail stores. LIMITED SUPPLY in 9mm. And you have to be there , before they open the doors for business. I thought, I had more than I need. Around 300 rounds :) Went for practice shooting, 100 rounds left.
    New gun owner.
    P.S. Tried to purchase online, same problem.
  • J
    Joe
    Bought 236 shares @ 4.23. Assets on their books are almost worth this price.
    Bullish
  • I
    IROASTPUMPERS&BASHERS
    imagine those $5 Cover call getting fk when earning release ahahaha.
  • f
    frank
    I think yahoo finance needs to modify the one year price target to $5.00 that would be more realistic at this point in time lmao 🤣.
  • B
    Bow
    I don’t trust ext. mkt….. but it’s up a decent amount at 4:30. At least reversing today’s flop.
  • b
    boomer
    there is nothing to look forward to with the common shares, each of the last 2 quarters they have paid big dividends to the Preferred share holders. The price has been dropping every since, with the preferred shares rising nicely.
  • J
    Joe
    Just listened to conference. Way better then the emerging growth one. Hyper up their vision and snuck some future guidance in. Over 300 mil next year and 4-500 million within 2. What I needed to hear
    Bullish
  • j
    john r
    AMMO, Inc. Confirms $250 Million Revenue Estimate for 2022 Fiscal Year (ending March 31, 2022)
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