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Sin Stocks and the State of the Union

Tonight, Obama is delivering the State of the Union. It is expected that the themes in his speech will include the economy and guns and same-sex marriage (and hopefully other stuff too because last time I checked, my daily life included more than just those...
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What Are The Risks Of Investing In Sin Stocks?

Investing has its risks and its rewards, and it is the job of the investor to carefully consider the threat that the risks represent and compare those against the promise of the rewards. When risk outweighs reward, the investment should usually be avoided; when reward...
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What Are Tobacco Sin Stocks?

Sin stocks are stocks that profit from vice — industries that are highly regulated and even a little bit taboo. The three most common types of sin stocks (although there are many others) are alcohol, gambling, and tobacco sin stocks. In this article, we’re looking...
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An Interview With The VICEX Fund Manager

A couple of weeks ago I posted an overview of the VICEX fund — a fund that invests in alcohol, tobacco, gambling, and conflict stocks. I listed some of their top holdings and presented it as a way that sin stock investors could own sin...
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Sin Stocks News September 21, 2012

High-Yielding Imperial Tobacco Boosts Revenue – DailyFinance Telegraph.co.uk High-Yielding Imperial Tobacco Boosts Revenue DailyFinance On a current-year forecast price-to-earnings ratio of 11.8% — and forecast earnings per share growth of 9% — the so-called “sin stock” looks good value for the money, even when pitted...
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A Closer Look at the VICEX Fund

The Vice Index is a fund of sin stocks. It’s like a basket of badness! They primarily hold tobacco, alcohol, gambling, and defense (which we call “conflict sin stocks” here at the Sin Stock Report). You can learn more about the Vice Index (VICEX) at...
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Sin Stocks News September 14, 2012

KiwiSaver spotlight : Fidelity Life – Stuff.co.nz KiwiSaver spotlight : Fidelity Life Stuff.co.nz Overview: Look below the hood of Fidelity’s Ethical KiwiSaver Fund and it is effectively a diversified balanced fund, albeit one aimed at savers who want to make sure their money isn’t being...
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Tobacco Sin Stock Altria: A Smokin’ Stock

Among followers of sin stocks, Altria is well-known as a sin stock. i’ve tried to simplify the company’s complicated history but I’m lazy (the sin of sloth!!!) so I’m giving you just the highlights. The company originally started as Philip Morris Companies (MO) — owner...
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Sin Stocks News September 7, 2012

Three European Stocks to Avoid – Trefis Three European Stocks to Avoid Trefis It yields only 3.4% at current prices and trades for 18 times earnings. Remember, this is a company that sells a product in terminal decline, not a growth stock with a bright...
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5 Sin Stocks for 2012 from ‘The Street’

Financial news site The Street reported in April on 5 sin stocks that investors should look at. In their article they cover a variety of sin stocks, along with compelling reasons for investors to take a closer look at each one. Since this article is...
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George Jarkesy Talks About Sin Stocks

Conservative syndicated radio host George Jarkesy talks about a number of sin stocks in this video including: alcohol sin stocks Anheuser Busch Inbev (BUD) and Diageo (DEO) tobacco sin stocks Philip Morris (PM) and Altria (MO) gambling sin stocks MGM Resorts (MGM), Wynn Resorts (WYNN),...
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Sin Stocks News August 31, 2012

3 Eurozone Stocks to Avoid – Investorplace.com 3 Eurozone Stocks to Avoid Investorplace.com Remember, this is a company that sells a product in terminal decline, not a growth stock with a bright future. I love sin stocks in general and tobacco stocks in particular, but...
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DISCLAIMER

Nothing on this site is a recommendation because, hey, I can't read your mind and I don't know what you have in your portfolio, and I'm not a licensed financial advisor. So never EVER trade without doing your due diligence. If you want more information about this fascinating topic, please check out the Sin Stocks Disclaimer page which basically says the same thing but more emphatically.