Smart investors do their due diligence first. And when it comes to investing in sin stocks, there are some specific questions you need to ask on top of the regular set of due diligence questions. This blog post is part of a series on questions... Read More..
Beating Vegas With These Gaming Stocks: MGM Resorts International (MGM … – Insider Monkey (blog) Beating Vegas With These Gaming Stocks: MGM Resorts International (MGM … Insider Monkey (blog) Las Vegas Sands owns The Venetian, The Palazzo and the Sands Expo Convention Center... Read More..
Last week we reported that alcohol sin stock Beam Inc. (BEAM) was going to water down its high-quality, exclusive Maker’s Mark bourbon in order to help it meet unexpectedly high demand. One week later, and as a result of furious backlash that was completely expected... Read More..
Let’s Talk About Vice: Part 2 – Motley Fool Let’s Talk About Vice: Part 2 Motley Fool Last week, I decided it was high time to revisit how we view socially responsible investing and the identification of vice or “sin” stocks. Instead of targeting companies... Read More..
Beam Inc. (BEAM) is an alcohol sin stock that makes a variety of spirits, most famously Canadian Club whiskey, Jim Beam bourbon and Maker’s Mark bourbon. Maker’s Mark bourbon is a higher price-point bourbon and is marketed with a flavor of exclusivity, exacting standards, and... Read More..
Tonight, Obama is delivering the State of the Union. It is expected that the themes in his speech will include the economy and guns and same-sex marriage (and hopefully other stuff too because last time I checked, my daily life included more than just those... Read More..
Let’s Talk About Vice – Motley Fool Let’s Talk About Vice Motley Fool Some investors embrace sin stocks; cash gushes when people pay for naughtiness, and even though addictive products may cause harm to those who use them, we all know that the reality is... Read More..
We think of sin stocks as being investments in companies that sell taboo products or services in highly-regulated markets. These companies sell products and services that are often considered “indulgent” and “frivolous” even though consumers will tell you that they are a necessity. This is... Read More..