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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..
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..
In an article published by Investing Post, alcohol sin stock Diageo (DEO) and tobacco sin stock Philip Morris International (PM) are called “the world’s two best stocks”. According to the article, many investors like sin stocks because it’s believed that they remain strong during economic... Read More..
3 Sin Stocks With 5% Dividend Yields – Motley Fool 3 Sin Stocks With 5% Dividend YieldsMotley FoolTwo such sin stocks are Big Tobacco majors Philip Morris International (NYSE: PM) and British American Tobacco plc (NYSEMKT: BTI). Philip Morris International operates the Marlboro brand in... Read More..
In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Reynold (RAI) CEO Susan Cameron described how changes are leading to a potential boom period for tobacco sin stocks. Cameron first talked about the Reynolds purchase of Lorillard (LOR), strengthening its position as the number 2 in the industry... Read More..
The No. 1 Stock In The World – Part 3 – Seeking Alpha Seeking Alpha The No. 1 Stock In The World – Part 3Seeking AlphaMO has diversified its sin–stock holdings with a 27% stake in global beer purveyor SABMiller. It has expanded its product... Read More..
Don't Be Fooled By Yields – A Corporate Finance Lesson Applied To 2 Big … – Seeking Alpha Don't Be Fooled By Yields – A Corporate Finance Lesson Applied To 2 Big …Seeking AlphaThe main reasons why I chose these two companies is because (1)... Read More..
Altria Group: Hold For Growth-Seeking Investors, Buy For Yield Seekers (MO) – Seeking Alpha Seeking Alpha Altria Group: Hold For Growth-Seeking Investors, Buy For Yield Seekers (MO)Seeking AlphaContinuing my overview of sin stocks, I ran into Altria Group, Inc. (NYSE:MO). I am continually being amazed... Read More..
Oil Stance Helps Church of England Beat Benchmarks – Wall Street Journal (blog) Wall Street Journal (blog) Oil Stance Helps Church of England Beat BenchmarksWall Street Journal (blog)In a study written for Credit Suisse in February, the London Business School showed that “sin stocks”, such... Read More..
Hemp Legalization Trend To Drive Tobacco Stocks – Seeking Alpha (registration) Hemp Legalization Trend To Drive Tobacco StocksSeeking Alpha (registration)As sin stocks have historically beaten the market over the long-term, there is probably little downside in owning these stocks, especially given these relatively attractive dividend... 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..
On Sin Stocks Report, I’m always scouring the web for great information about sin stocks. I just read a great article, published yesterday, about the top three players among tobacco sin stocks in the US and what’s been happening with them. Altria (MO), the largest... Read More..