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Sin Stocks News October 25, 2013

Ethical investors fail to spread the word – Financial Times Ethical investors fail to spread the wordFinancial TimesUltimately, ethical investing exists to assuage one's conscience but has had no adverse impact on the ability of others to profit from sin stocks. Alan Blum, MD, Professor...
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Sin Stocks News October 18, 2013

TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto … – Castanet.net TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto …Castanet.netSin City patrons are increasingly rejecting gambling in favour of high-end drinking and dining, forcing casino...
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Sin Stocks News October 11, 2013

RETIREMENT TIPS: Aligning Your Investment with Your Values – The Rafu Shimpo RETIREMENT TIPS: Aligning Your Investment with Your ValuesThe Rafu ShimpoFrom there, the definition of Socially Responsible Investing evolved to include the avoidance of “sin stocks” — stocks of companies that derive earnings from...
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Sin Stocks News October 4, 2013

Stock Downgrades: Wynn Losses Won't Stay in Vegas – Minyanville.com Stock Downgrades: Wynn Losses Won't Stay in VegasMinyanville.comWynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN): The Sin City casino company is now Neutral from Outperform at Credit Suisse, which says the stock is now appropriately valuated. (See also: Stock...
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7 Problems With Ethical Portfolios

As someone who reports on sin stocks, I sometimes catch some static from people about morality and whether or not ethics should come into play in our portfolios. I firmly believe: Ethics should be important to us as individuals (to quote George Costanza: “We’re trying...
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