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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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Sin Stocks News February 26, 2015

Sin seems to be its own reward – GlobalPost Reuters Sin seems to be its own rewardGlobalPostOver 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 year. From 1985-2006 …SAFT...
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Sin Stocks News February 24, 2015

Socially Responsible Investing: An Overcrowded Trade [Part One] – ValueWalk Socially Responsible Investing: An Overcrowded Trade [Part One]ValueWalkAnd while the data itself is interesting — there seems to be an anomaly as to why big tobacco and sin stocks in general outperform — there's one...
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Sin Stocks News February 12, 2015

Another Inconvenient Truth: Vice Pays – Capital Finance International Evening Standard Another Inconvenient Truth: Vice PaysCapital Finance InternationalThe politically correct and socially sustainable is, though certainly laudable, not particularly profitable. Investors shunning sin stocks manage portfolios that are, on average, significantly less profitable than those...
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Sin Stocks News February 11, 2015

When "Sin" Pays: The Rise of E-Cigarettes – Motley Fool When "Sin" Pays: The Rise of E-CigarettesMotley FoolSean O'Reilly: Don't tell our mothers, we're talking about sin stocks again! This is the consumer goods edition of Industry Focus. Greetings Fools, I am Sean O'Reilly here...
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Sin Stocks News January 13, 2015

These 5 Sin Stocks Are in Breakout Mode This Month: Altria, Lorillard and More – TheStreet.com These 5 Sin Stocks Are in Breakout Mode This Month: Altria, Lorillard and MoreTheStreet.comWhy own sin stocks in the first place? Sin stocks tend to be businesses that provide...
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Canadian Sin Stocks (Hint: It’s Not Mostly Beer)

Canadians: Known for hockey, stronger beer, cold weather, and politeness. But Canadians not without their vices. If you ask any Canadian what their vice is, they’ll probably tell you it’s Tim Hortons — the iconic coffee chain (basically what you’d get if Dunkin Donuts was...
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CNBC Reports Sin Stocks Take a Beating

In this video, CNBC reports that sin stocks take a small beating at the beginning of the year. I don’t think sin stock investors should be worried, though. Smokers and drinkers will be back. Oh yes, they’ll be back.
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