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In this blog post we’ll explore the question: “Sin Stocks ETF — does one exist and how can I trade it?” Keep reading to find out if you can invest in a sin stocks ETF… Stocks… why buy one stock when you can buy several... Read More..
A site we really like here at SinStocksReport is TheStreet… and recently they’ve given us even more of a reason to like them! Earlier this week they reported on 5 sin stocks that are breaking out — whose technical indicators suggest they could be headed... Read More..
In this blog post I’m going to get pretty frank, somewhat political, and very controversial. If you’re into sin stock investing, if you’re anyone else, you’ll hate it. Fair warning. On with the post… Gun stocks are exploding (in a good way) and investors are... Read More..
Tobacco, alcohol, and gambling are the “big three” most famous sin stocks. But another type of sin stock is often added to this group — defense stocks (or conflict stocks). They include weapon manufacturers — from gun manufacturers like Smith and Wesson (SWHC) all the... Read More..
Donald Trump. He’s bombastic, infinitely hilarious, and awesomely wealthy. And he wants to be YOUR next president. As is required of everyone running for the country’s highest office, he has to fill out a form that outlines all of his financials. Unfortunately, according to Trump,... Read More..
On an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel mentioned that “everyone” is adopting a gluten free diet yet no one seems to know what it is. To prove his point he sent a crew to a park in California to ask people. Here’s the hilarious... Read More..
America loves guns. And if you’re a sin stocks investor, you should too. And even if you don’t like to shoot things, you should at least love weapon sin stocks. I could probably stop the blog post there. But I won’t. How about some proof?... Read More..
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... Read More..
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... Read More..
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... Read More..
Here are some trends I’m paying attention to for 2015: GAMBLING SIN STOCKS TO RISE 2014 saw some gains in the markets, improvements in the economy, a lowering of oil prices (and, thus, fuel prices). Although economists are entirely bullish, the man/woman-on-the-street is enjoying something... Read More..
Warren Buffett is the world’s oldest man most successful investor. Perhaps his success can be attributed to the fact that he was still a boy when stocks were invented, way back when the Dutch East India Company issued the first stock in 1602. Since then,... Read More..
Is Smith & Wesson Holding Corp a Good Sin Stock to Buy? – Motley Fool Motley Fool Is Smith & Wesson Holding Corp a Good Sin Stock to Buy?Motley FoolYou've heard of socially responsible investing (SRI), where investors steer clear of certain industries — for... Read More..