You might be invested in gun stocks. Here’s how to tell


Recent mass shootings have prompted major retailers like Walmart to reconsider their stance on ammunition sales and open carry policies.

As an investor, you may want to ask yourself whether you are supporting the gun industry through your investment portfolio.

Because many companies have ties to weapons — either directly or indirectly — chances are the answer to that question is yes.

That may come as a surprise if you haven't been actively seeking weapons stocks. Even just owning a general index or mutual fund could give you some exposure — even in a retirement fund like your 401(k). Read Full Article - CNBC, September 7, 2019