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$RGR what if Ruger was the official gun of the apes?CAMDENBEER, published June 3, 2021
if Ruger was a "MEME" stock...
the WSB/ Reddit apes could probably run it to $1,000 per share.
1. shares outstanding is only 17 million.
2. no debt.
3. real company that's undervalued.
Just needs someone to notice it.
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Why is it that “some people“ wanted to punish farmers for hiring workers that hid there own identity and used fake ssn because they are illegal, and now those same “some people“ voted for Biden as he is opening the gate to non Americans to flood America... @ if you think the market is minipulation wake up and look at what the suppose government is about to do almost 50% tax we’ll just wait because next they will go to 60 to 70 and we will be dead and our kids and grand kids will be there slaves... we need to all come together and stand up to this NON AMERICAN Of The United States Of America. Peace and love
A wave of violent crime has engulfed metro areas across the US and law enforcement agencies expect it to intensify over the summer. In response, civilians may continue boosting sales of firearms and ammunition, following a record year for gun purchases in 2020. Backlogs for new firearm orders are in the millions for manufacturers like Sturm, Ruger & Co., while store shelves and online inventories of bullets have been stripped bare for months.
Home security systems have also become increasingly popular over the past year, representing another likely recipient of demand for safety and peace of mind. $RGR, $SWBI, $VSTO, $ADT, $VVNT
Read More: https://mcalindenresearchpartners.com/2021/05/19/americas-violent-crime-wave-could-boost-demand-further-for-firearms-and-home-security-solutions/?utm_source=stocktwit&utm_medium=mrp-post&utm_campaign=stocktwit_tracking
$ASO $POWW $RGR $VSTO Much as some would like it to be true, this is misinformation, and being repeatedly spread by 24/7 Wall Street, in spite of multiple notifications to the editor about the errors. They identify FBI background check data as "gun sales", when correlation of the two is roughly 50%. License holders in any state requiring an owner ID or concealed carry permit get a new NICS check when they renew, and failed checks disqualify purchase - it's obvious that check quantities don't equal sales. Other media outlets pick up and amplify these misrepresentations absent any apparent due diligence or verification. The term 'fake news' seems applicable (also 'lack of integrity').