Monday, October 5, 2015

Gun stocks


Guns a much better investment than Apple, gold or the S&P500

Dec 2015, 12-month chart

(Oct 2015, 6-month chart).

Handguns manufactured in the US account for a large share (33%) of handguns seized in Japan, followed by China (16%), and the Philippines (10%). In 1990, a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber revolver that cost $275 in the US could sell for up to $4,000 in Tokyo. By 1997 it would sell for only $500, due to the proliferation of guns in Japan during the 1990s.

According to estimates by The Washington Post, there are 357 million guns in the United States.

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