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  • Escalade Reports 33% Increase In First Quarter Earnings Per Share [View article]
    INCREASING EARNINGS ARE ALWAYS GOOD NEWS. CONTINUING INCREASES IN EARNINGS IS EVEN BETTER.
    Apr 21 08:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sturm Ruger falls after rare profit miss [View news story]
    Sell with regret later or buy more with no later regrets
    Feb 27 08:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Dividend Stocks With CEO Insider Selling Last Week [View article]
    Ridiculous: Selling your gun stock be cause guns are bad.
    Smart: Buying a gun or gun stock because guns are good e.g. self defense and protection. Your right to own a gun is guaranteed by our constitution. The more the government tries to take them away and regulate them, the more reasons for people to own them. They are insurance against bad people, including those in the government. Our country is traveling in the wrong direction and owning a gun is a smart idea.
    Stupid: Those who erroneously believe selling their stock in a gun company is a positive and moral good deed; and those who erroneously believe our divinely inspired constitution is out of date
    Feb 11 02:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The FBI reports it conducted a record number of background checks for consumers wishing to purchase a firearm in December as the number of checks almost hit 2.8M for the month. While the demand surge is positive for Sturm Ruger (RGR +0.1%), Smith & Wesson (SWHC +1.8%), and Cabela's (CAB +1.9%) - KeyBanc is out with a note warning that the current high level of demand for guns is unsustainable over the course of the year. [View news story]
    Key Bank: Small minds always make a negative comment on any subject that is overwhelmingly positive. Otherwise they have nothing constructive to say.
    Jan 3 11:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The download caps placed by Canadian ISPs such as BCE and Shaw (SJR) are "almost a human rights violation," says Netflix's (NFLX) chief content officer - the caps have forced Netflix to make non-HD streams the default option in the country. CEO Reed Hastings has bashed both Canadian (as well as American) broadband prices before, but they haven't stopped the company from getting 15% of Canadians to subscribe to its streaming service. [View news story]
    What are the "download caps" placed on the down load?
    Why are you discriminating against senior citizens who type in capital letters and use bold face, if they can, as it is much easier to read on a small screen. Who ever said Capitals letters is shouting lacks logic, writing does't shout, it prints. Bad ideas die a slow death.
    Sep 16 03:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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