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Sin Stocks Report: The Summer Of Sin!

Summer’s here. It’s sizzling hot. And while most investors are selling in May and going away, we at Sin Stocks Report are doubling down on sin… well, on sin stocks! Every day this summer we’ll be writing about sin stocks — from the basic topics...
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Sin Stocks News May 20, 2017

Can BP plc ever return to £6? – AOL UK AOL UK Can BP plc ever return to £6?AOL UKYou see, sin stocks such as tobacco, gambling and alcohol tend to outperform the market in aggregate, according to several studies on the topic. It's unclear...
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Sin Stocks News May 19, 2017

Cliff Asness On Misconceptions Regarding ESG Investing – ValueWalk ValueWalk Cliff Asness On Misconceptions Regarding ESG InvestingValueWalkIt avoids “sin stocks” and divests from industries or firms deemed immoral or having poor or undesirable standards along one of the three E, S or G dimensions.1 It's...
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Sin Stocks News May 18, 2017

ESG is the Next Generation in Enlightened Investing – Financial Advisor IQ (registration) Financial Advisor IQ (registration) ESG is the Next Generation in Enlightened InvestingFinancial Advisor IQ (registration)Companies on the exclusion list typically include those sin stocks involved in firearms, tobacco, alcohol, gambling, nuclear power...
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Sin Stocks News May 17, 2017

Better Buy: Sturm, Ruger & Co. vs. Philip Morris International – Madison.com Madison.com Better Buy: Sturm, Ruger & Co. vs. Philip Morris InternationalMadison.comMany investors refer to companies in the alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and gambling industries as "sin stocks," and Sturm, Ruger (NYSE: RGR) and Philip...
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Sin Stocks News May 11, 2017

Marijuana, Gambling, And Strip Clubs: The Profits Of Sin – Seeking Alpha Marijuana, Gambling, And Strip Clubs: The Profits Of SinSeeking AlphaJokingly, I responded to look for my next article, "Marijuana, Gambling, and Strip Clubs: Why I Love Sin (stocks)". At the time I was...
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Sin Stocks News May 10, 2017

An Introduction to Socially Responsible Investing – ETFdb.com ETFdb.com An Introduction to Socially Responsible InvestingETFdb.comTo appease the group, money managers followed a simple weeding-out of various “sin” stocks from broader portfolios. This included removing firearms makers, alcohol producers and gambling-related stocks. The exclusion of sin...
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Sin Stocks News May 9, 2017

Why ethical funds still have a future in Trump's America – Citywire.co.uk Citywire.co.uk Why ethical funds still have a future in Trump's AmericaCitywire.co.ukResearch last year by academics from the University of Texas at Arlington and the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania found sin stocks, which include...
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Sin Stocks News May 7, 2017

Martin Hawes: Doing good with your investment choices – Stuff.co.nz Stuff.co.nz Martin Hawes: Doing good with your investment choicesStuff.co.nzAs such, I have excluded "sin" stocks from my own portfolio: for example, I recognise the harm that gambling does, so even though Sky City appears to...
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Sin Stocks News May 5, 2017

Better Buy: Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. vs. Anheuser Busch InBev – Motley Fool Motley Fool Better Buy: Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. vs. Anheuser Busch InBevMotley FoolGuns and beer top many sin stock better buy lists, but only one can be the best. Rich...
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Sin Stocks News May 4, 2017

'We buy Irn-Bru instead of big oil' – top ethical income fund manager – Telegraph.co.uk Telegraph.co.uk 'We buy Irn-Bru instead of big oil' – top ethical income fund managerTelegraph.co.ukMany of the UK's biggest dividend payers are so-called “sin stocks” – companies that make money from...
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The Playbook For Investing In Millennial-Friendly Sin Stocks

Millennials. You’re either in the group, or you’re annoyed by them, or you’re a marketer who is desperately trying to decode them. Millennials are a massive group of consumers who are happy to spend money on travel, mustaches, and gourmet coffee… when they have money....
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