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Sin Stocks News October 31, 2017

Prison Divestment Makes No Sense – Stanford Review Stanford Review Prison Divestment Makes No SenseStanford ReviewOften called sin stocks, these investments outperform other stocks by 2.5% per year. The Barrier Fund is a mutual fund that invests exclusively in companies involved in the alcohol, tobacco,...
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Sin Stocks News October 27, 2017

Millennials spur trend of SRI — socially responsible investing – The Tennessean The Tennessean Millennials spur trend of SRI — socially responsible investingThe TennesseanTraditionally, baby boomers and Generation X did not want their financial advisers to invest in companies that deal with tobacco or alcohol...
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Sin Stocks News October 26, 2017

These stocks are set to see big moves Thursday – The Globe and Mail The Globe and Mail These stocks are set to see big moves ThursdayThe Globe and MailIn other sin–stock news, Altria Group Inc., the largest American-based tobacco company, is expected to post...
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Sin Stocks News October 20, 2017

Why Hiren Ved of Alchemy Capital sees opportunity in sin stocks – Economic Times Economic Times Why Hiren Ved of Alchemy Capital sees opportunity in sin stocksEconomic TimesNo I genuinely believe that if you look at the sin stocks, they have basically taken it on...
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Sin Stocks News October 18, 2017

Soroban Capital Partners LP Stake in Anheuser Busch Inbev Sa/Nv (Call) (BUD) Has Boosted as Valuation Rose – BZ Weekly Bibeypost.com Soroban Capital Partners LP Stake in Anheuser Busch Inbev Sa/Nv (Call) (BUD) Has Boosted as Valuation RoseBZ WeeklyMore notable recent Anheuser Busch Inbev NV...
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Sin Stocks News October 17, 2017

Omega Advisors Has Decreased Holding in Ally Financial (ALLY) as Market Valuation Declined; Anheuser Busch … – BZ Weekly Chicago Tribune Omega Advisors Has Decreased Holding in Ally Financial (ALLY) as Market Valuation Declined; Anheuser Busch …BZ WeeklyAnheuser Busch InBev NV (ADR)” published on August...
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Sin Stocks News October 12, 2017

Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (ADR) (BUD) EPS Estimated At $1.19 – BZ Weekly BZ Weekly Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (ADR) (BUD) EPS Estimated At $1.19BZ WeeklyInvestors sentiment decreased to 0.97 in 2017 Q2. Its down 0.33, from 1.3 in 2017Q1. It dived, as 33 investors...
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Sin Stocks News October 11, 2017

Will Millennials Finally Put An End To Tobacco (Altria), Gambling (Las Vegas Sands) And Vice Stocks? – Forbes Forbes Will Millennials Finally Put An End To Tobacco (Altria), Gambling (Las Vegas Sands) And Vice Stocks?Forbeshas released a “rating” system for this type of evaluation which...
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Sin Stocks News October 7, 2017

Budget Buster: The case against 'ethical' investing – Stuff.co.nz Stuff.co.nz Budget Buster: The case against 'ethical' investingStuff.co.nzEthical investing is anything but simple. The most fiercely debated question is whether doing good comes at the cost of lower returns for investors. Even after screeds of research,...
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Sin Stocks News October 6, 2017

Would you invest in a 'Brexit fund'? New portfolios aim to profit from political themes such as Trump and EU break-up – Telegraph.co.uk Telegraph.co.uk Would you invest in a 'Brexit fund'? New portfolios aim to profit from political themes such as Trump and EU break-upTelegraph.co.ukExchange-traded...
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Sin Stocks News October 1, 2017

'Generational divide' driving interest in responsible investment – Stuff.co.nz Stuff.co.nz 'Generational divide' driving interest in responsible investmentStuff.co.nzPurely exclusionary screens— broadly screening out "sin stocks," for example—could have negative impact on a portfolio. But Morningstar said very few modern sustainable and socially responsible funds used exclusionary...
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