Weapon Stocks have more to Clinton than Trump
Robert R. Johnson
Presidential candidate Donald Trump this week caused some commotion by implying that supporters of the US Arms Act Hillary Clinton could shoot to avoid limitations of the law.
But for the stocks of arms and ammunition manufacturers would Clinton as president just be a good thing, says Sander Read, chief executive of asset Lyons Wealth Management, at US News .
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