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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. Read More..
It’s the New Year… and with it comes New Year’s Resolutions. Droves of people are turning away from their vices — including alcohol, tobacco, and gambling (but certainly not limited to those things). According to a study by the University of Scranton, and published here,... Read More..
Vector Group: Strategic Moves Likely To Unlock Significant Value For Investors … – Seeking Alpha Vector Group: Strategic Moves Likely To Unlock Significant Value For Investors …Seeking AlphaSin stocks have been hurt by foundations and endowments shunning the names, as well as a push by... Read More..
RBC Picks 3 High-Yield Tobacco Stocks for 2015 – 24/7 Wall St. RBC Picks 3 High-Yield Tobacco Stocks for 201524/7 Wall St.Like many “sin stocks,” some investors are put off by the concept of owning stocks from firms that sell products that harm people. The... Read More..
12 Unexpected Stocks Bringing Buffett and Fellow Billionaires Holiday Cheer – TheStreet.com TheStreet.com 12 Unexpected Stocks Bringing Buffett and Fellow Billionaires Holiday CheerTheStreet.comThe picks listed below are made up of a mix of longtime under-the-radar outperformers as well as a few equities that have only... Read More..
Tobacco Stocks: Time to Kick the Habit? – Fox Business Fox Business Tobacco Stocks: Time to Kick the Habit?Fox BusinessThe centers for disease control just released a study that found fewer Americans than ever before are smoking cigarettes. The findings should be unsurprising to big... Read More..
3 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks You Can Count On – Nasdaq Nasdaq 3 Rock-Solid Dividend Stocks You Can Count OnNasdaqTobacco giant Altria Group ( MO ) inspires debate among dividend investors, some of whom question whether so-called "sin stocks" are socially responsible holdings for their portfolios.... 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..
Savers turn to 'sin stocks' in search of higher return for their cash – The Guardian The Guardian Savers turn to 'sin stocks' in search of higher return for their cashThe GuardianTobacco companies – the archetypal “sin stocks” – remain hugely popular among investors, despite... Read More..
Is Altria Group Inc. a Good Sin Stock to Buy? – Nasdaq Nasdaq Is Altria Group Inc. a Good Sin Stock to Buy?NasdaqThe USA Mutuals Barrier Investor ( VICEX ) mutual fund, for example, focuses its assets solely on "sin" stocks and has outperformed the... Read More..
Can you profit from the sin stock anomaly? – Stockopedia Can you profit from the sin stock anomaly?StockopediaEvery investor has their own goals, strengths, weaknesses and investing style. Some investors will have no trouble taking large risks, while others will shy away. Other investors may... Read More..
Is Sturm Ruger & Company a Good Sin Stock to Buy? – Motley Fool Is Sturm Ruger & Company a Good Sin Stock to Buy?Motley Fool"Sin stocks" are often considered a safe haven for investors when the market gets frothy. While most people immediately think... Read More..
'Ethical' funds still pouring money into coal, oil and gas, new report finds – The Guardian 'Ethical' funds still pouring money into coal, oil and gas, new report findsThe GuardianDitchfield says: “Our review found that ethical funds need to move beyond 'negative screening' to avoid... Read More..