Tobacco, alcohol, and gambling are the “big three” most famous sin stocks. But another type of sin stock is often added to this group — defense stocks (or conflict stocks). They include weapon manufacturers — from gun manufacturers like Smith and Wesson (SWHC) all the... Read More..
It's a little bit terrifying how close Ashley Madison came to an IPO – Business Insider Australia Business Insider Australia It's a little bit terrifying how close Ashley Madison came to an IPOBusiness Insider AustraliaA study by Harrison Hong and Marcin Kacperczyk in The Journal... Read More..
MONEY MATTERS: Investing in kindness – The Sun Chronicle MONEY MATTERS: Investing in kindnessThe Sun ChronicleAvoiding specific investments – staying away from investments in what some would refer to as "sin" stocks, such as tobacco, alcohol and gambling firms. This "negative screening" process can also... Read More..
Drought's silver lining: Attracting investors to sustainability – GreenBiz GreenBiz Drought's silver lining: Attracting investors to sustainabilityGreenBizOne way that investors express their personal concern about an issue or a company is by refusing to purchase “sin stocks” or companies that are either directly involved in... Read More..
10 undervalued dividend shares for income AND growth – Telegraph.co.uk Telegraph.co.uk 10 undervalued dividend shares for income AND growthTelegraph.co.ukOthers view the firm as a “sin” stock and refuse to invest. But the shares are widely held by income funds, including Woodford Equity Income, managed by... Read More..
DOLLARS AND SENSE: Socially responsible investing goes mainstream – Wicked Local Hopkinton DOLLARS AND SENSE: Socially responsible investing goes mainstreamWicked Local HopkintonAvoiding specific investments – staying away from investments in what some would refer to as “sin” stocks, such as tobacco, alcohol and gambling firms.... Read More..
INVESTMENT EXTRA: Investing without regrets? The Social Stock Exchange aims to … – This is Money This is Money INVESTMENT EXTRA: Investing without regrets? The Social Stock Exchange aims to …This is MoneyInvesting to make big bucks and putting your money behind a company that... Read More..
Don't Be Fooled By WYNN Stock's After-Earnings Jump (WYNN) – Investorplace.com Investorplace.com Don't Be Fooled By WYNN Stock's After-Earnings Jump (WYNN)Investorplace.comWhile this isn't to suggest that Wynn Resorts will necessarily follow suit, Caesars' virtually imminent demise should put a damper on the myth that all... Read More..
Socially responsible investing goes mainstream – BurlingtonFreePress.com BurlingtonFreePress.com Socially responsible investing goes mainstreamBurlingtonFreePress.com•Avoiding specific investments — staying away from investments in what some would refer to as “sin” stocks, such as tobacco, alcohol and gambling firms. This “negative screening” process can also include companies involved... Read More..
Should You Buy Philip Morris Stock? 3 Pros and 3 Cons (PM) – Investorplace.com Should You Buy Philip Morris Stock? 3 Pros and 3 Cons (PM)Investorplace.comIf the big money continues to trend out of the sin stocks, it could mean big problems for the Philip... Read More..
Mutual Funds vs. ETFs: How to Pick the Best Investment for You – Business 2 Community Business 2 Community Mutual Funds vs. ETFs: How to Pick the Best Investment for YouBusiness 2 CommunitySome funds focus on companies from a specific geography, such as emerging market... Read More..
Donald Trump. He’s bombastic, infinitely hilarious, and awesomely wealthy. And he wants to be YOUR next president. As is required of everyone running for the country’s highest office, he has to fill out a form that outlines all of his financials. Unfortunately, according to Trump,... Read More..
Gambling sin stock Caesars Entertainment (CZR) saw its shares plummet more than 50% today (ending slightly higher than its bottom at only 40% off of the day) because of a ruling by a judge today. Here’s the back story: Caesars Entertainment Operating Company owes billions... Read More..