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Sin Stocks News December 30, 2014

3 Lessons I've Learned About Investing in Las Vegas – Motley Fool 3 Lessons I've Learned About Investing in Las VegasMotley FoolFinally, though, it seems Sin City is making a comeback for companies such as Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ: WYNN ) , Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:...
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Sin Stocks News December 16, 2014

Vector Group: Strategic Moves Likely To Unlock Significant Value For Investors … – Seeking Alpha Vector Group: Strategic Moves Likely To Unlock Significant Value For Investors …Seeking AlphaSin stocks have been hurt by foundations and endowments shunning the names, as well as a push by...
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Sin Stocks News December 11, 2014

RBC Picks 3 High-Yield Tobacco Stocks for 2015 – 24/7 Wall St. RBC Picks 3 High-Yield Tobacco Stocks for 201524/7 Wall St.Like many “sin stocks,” some investors are put off by the concept of owning stocks from firms that sell products that harm people. The...
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Sin Stocks News December 5, 2014

12 Unexpected Stocks Bringing Buffett and Fellow Billionaires Holiday Cheer – TheStreet.com TheStreet.com 12 Unexpected Stocks Bringing Buffett and Fellow Billionaires Holiday CheerTheStreet.comThe picks listed below are made up of a mix of longtime under-the-radar outperformers as well as a few equities that have only...
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Sin Stocks News December 3, 2014

Tobacco Stocks: Time to Kick the Habit? – Fox Business Fox Business Tobacco Stocks: Time to Kick the Habit?Fox BusinessThe centers for disease control just released a study that found fewer Americans than ever before are smoking cigarettes. The findings should be unsurprising to big...
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Sin Stocks News December 2, 2014

3 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks You Can Count On – Nasdaq Nasdaq 3 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks You Can Count OnNasdaqTobacco giant Altria Group ( MO ) inspires debate among dividend investors, some of whom question whether so-called "sin stocks" are socially responsible holdings for their portfolios....
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