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Sin Stocks News August 9, 2013

St slides with rupee, fading growth hopes – Daily News & Analysis St slides with rupee, fading growth hopesDaily News & AnalysisOur portfolio stance remains defensive and is biased towards exporters – IT services, health care, energy and sin stocks in consumer staples,” Bharat Iyer,...
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I’ve been tickled by Timothy Sykes

I’m a long-time fan of Timothy Sykes. His info is helpful and his style is compelling. And recently he tickled me. Well, not literally. He was kind enough (or foolish enough? You choose) to link to our blog (actually to our growing list of sin...
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Sin Stocks News August 2, 2013

5 Vice Stocks That'll Test Your Conscience – Investorplace.com 5 Vice Stocks That'll Test Your ConscienceInvestorplace.comBut this reluctance by many investors to embrace vice stocks is precisely what makes them such profitable investments. Because professional investors like to avoid being associated with merchants of death...
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Sin Stocks News July 26, 2013

When God and Mammon Meet – Wall Street Journal (blog) Wall Street Journal (blog) When God and Mammon MeetWall Street Journal (blog)This means despite the good bankers of the Church trying to locate all sinful investments on the Church's balance sheet, it will be almost...
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Sin Stocks News July 19, 2013

Green investment: is the writing on the wall for fossil fuels? – Greenwise Business Green investment: is the writing on the wall for fossil fuels?Greenwise BusinessJust as tobacco, alcohol and munitions have been shunned by church investment funds as sin stocks for years, polluting fossil...
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Sin Stocks News July 12, 2013

Bob Crow's union makes thousands on the stock market – Telegraph.co.uk Telegraph.co.uk Bob Crow's union makes thousands on the stock marketTelegraph.co.ukMany groups do not invest in so-called 'sin–stocks' which include alcohol, tobacco and arms for ethical reasons. Other shareholdings include a £151,000 investment Scottish &...
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Should Vice Stocks Be Redefined?

In her Motley Fool article on vice stocks (from, like, WAAAAAAAY back in February), Alyce Lomax talks about why we should start exploring the idea of redefining what we call a “vice stock” (or “sin stock”). She includes a number of other stocks that might...
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Sin Stocks News July 5, 2013

Ethics for the masses? – Money Marketing Ethics for the masses?Money MarketingHigh profile disasters such as the recent collapse of a clothing factory in Bangladesh make investors think twice before investing in retail – and sin stocks such as arms dealers, cigarette makers and gambling...
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Sin Stocks News June 28, 2013

Investing in Sin Stocks – Motley Fool Singapore Investing in Sin StocksMotley Fool SingaporeCiggie Sin stocks are stocks of companies involved in the distribution or production of alcohol, tobacco, weapons, or gambling. Some people might not prefer to invest in such businesses as they find...
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5 Ways To Diversify When Investing In Sin Stocks

Many investors swear by diversification, and it is a way to help eliminate some risks in your portfolio. But what does that mean for people who want to heavily weight their portfolio with sin stocks? Does that mean you need to reduce the amount of...
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Sin Stocks News June 21, 2013

3 Ace Stocks for Firearms Investors – DailyFinance 3 Ace Stocks for Firearms InvestorsDailyFinanceMany so-called socially responsible investors outright avoid owning gun stocks and sin stocks, which can make these stocks persistently undervalued. The firearms industry faces a perennial threat from gun control legislation, but...
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Sin Stocks News June 14, 2013

How to get exposure to "sinful" stocks – Interactive Investor How to get exposure to "sinful" stocksInteractive InvestorCommodity companies account for a third of the 30 companies that make up the Sindex, with oil companies BP (BP.) and Tullow Oil (TLW) bringing resources up to...
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