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Sin Stocks News January 31, 2014

Stock Update: Altria Group Inc (NYSE:MO) – You May Consider These … – Jutia Group Stock Update: Altria Group Inc (NYSE:MO) – You May Consider These …Jutia GroupAltria Group Inc (NYSE:MO) [at Motley Fool] – Altria, Diageo, and Las Vegas Sands may be considered sin...
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Sin Stocks News January 24, 2014

7 Sin Stocks to Buy Now – Kiplinger Personal Finance 7 Sin Stocks to Buy NowKiplinger Personal FinanceIn a world where even the Pope calls himself a sinner, there are profits to be made by peddling temptation. Traditional “sin stocks” – those involving guns, alcohol,...
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Sin Stocks News January 17, 2014

5 'Sin Stocks' to Play Defense in 2014 – TheStreet.com 5 'Sin Stocks' to Play Defense in 2014TheStreet.comDont let the name fool you; sin stock companies aren't in the business of burning down old folks' homes. Instead, alcohol, tobacco, gambling and weapons firms are all...
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Budweiser Bailing Their Sinking Ship?

Budweiser. Beer of America. Beer of rednecks and tailgates parties and autoworkers everywhere. For years it enjoyed a firm hold on the beer-swilling drinking public but that market share is declining. To improve things, they fancied up their drink with weird cans and flavors. (IMO,...
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Sin Stocks News January 10, 2014

How Will For Profit Prison Stocks Respond to Marijuana Legalization? – NASDAQ How Will For Profit Prison Stocks Respond to Marijuana Legalization?NASDAQWhile so-called "sin taxes" have their share of opponents, the tax revenue from a legal market place for the drug has become harder to...
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Sin Stocks News January 3, 2014

Uranerz Energy Corp. (URZ): Uranerz Energy: Commencing Production Just In … – Seeking Alpha Uranerz Energy Corp. (URZ): Uranerz Energy: Commencing Production Just In …Seeking AlphaIn some ways, Uranium stocks have entered the "sin stock" category, next to which we might place tobacco, casino, and...
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