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The Great Beer Merger Of 2015

There have been many rumblings lately about a big beer merger between two beer sin stocks, Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) and SABMiller plc (SAB). Here at Sin Stocks Report, we’ve actually been keeping pretty quiet about it lately. Not that we haven’t been aware. However, we...
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Sin Stocks News May 30, 2015

Stocks to Watch in Alcohol – Motley Fool Motley Fool Stocks to Watch in AlcoholMotley FoolWhile some investors won't touch alcoholic-beverage makers or other "sin stocks" — and that's fine — those of us who indulge from time to time, and even teetotalers, can find...
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Sin Stocks News March 27, 2015

3-Point Checklist: Should You Buy Diageo plc, SABMiller plc Or AG Barr plc? – The Motley Fool UK 3-Point Checklist: Should You Buy Diageo plc, SABMiller plc Or AG Barr plc?The Motley Fool UKSin stocks like Diageo (LSE: DGE) (NYSE: DEO.US) and SABMiller (LSE: SAB)...
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Sin Stocks News March 15, 2015

MO investors profit from others' revulsion – San Antonio Express-News MO investors profit from others' revulsionSan Antonio Express-NewsWall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig recently highlighted a fund built specifically to take advantage of the aversion many investors feel for stocks in certain industries such as...
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Sin Stocks News February 27, 2015

In Investing, Sin Has Its Own Rewards – Financial Advisor Magazine In Investing, Sin Has Its Own RewardsFinancial Advisor MagazineOver 81 years covered in an earlier study (http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~sternfin/mkacperc/public_html/sin.pdf), U.S. sin stocks (tobacco, gambling, alcohol) produced annualized excess returns of three to four percentage points a...
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