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Sin Stocks News January 25, 2013

Sin To Win With This Dividend Stock That Keeps On Smoking – Seeking Alpha Sin To Win With This Dividend Stock That Keeps On Smoking Seeking Alpha Altria is what I consider the ultimate “sin stock“. The Virginia based Altria Group manufactures and sells cigarettes,...
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What Are The Risks Of Investing In Sin Stocks?

Investing has its risks and its rewards, and it is the job of the investor to carefully consider the threat that the risks represent and compare those against the promise of the rewards. When risk outweighs reward, the investment should usually be avoided; when reward...
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Crime Sin Stock Opportunity: Canada to Privatize its Prisons?

Many people don’t realize this but Australia and the United States already have privatized prisons. This is where the government hires other companies to build prisons and/or staff them with guards. Here at Sin Stocks Report, we call these companies “crime sin stocks” because they...
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Sin Stocks News January 11, 2013

Left Leaning Investors Invest Less In The ‘Sin’ Stocks – Business Insider Business Insider Left Leaning Investors Invest Less In The ‘Sin‘ Stocks Business Insider The study also pointed out that “institutional ownership of “sin” stocks, particularly among endowments and universities but also among mutual...
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Penn National Gaming plans to spin off Sin Stock REIT

Penn National Gaming (PENN) is a gambling sin stock that owns gaming, racing, and slot machine entertainment in 19 jurisdictions. Recently, the company announced that they are starting the process of spinning off another company (subject to approval from the appropriate regulatory organizations) so that...
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Sin Stocks of the Future

Attitudes change and social values shift. If you were to ask someone from the 1800’s what THEY thought sin stocks would be, it might have been the stock of a company that promoted equality of women. If you were to ask someone from Prohibition what...
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