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Sin Stocks News June 18, 2015

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...
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Sin Stocks News February 12, 2015

Another Inconvenient Truth: Vice Pays – Capital Finance International Evening Standard Another Inconvenient Truth: Vice PaysCapital Finance InternationalThe politically correct and socially sustainable is, though certainly laudable, not particularly profitable. Investors shunning sin stocks manage portfolios that are, on average, significantly less profitable than those...
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Sin Stocks News November 15, 2014

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...
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Sin Stocks News October 31, 2014

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...
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Sin Stocks News October 3, 2014

Tobacco Biggies May Face Higher tax if U.K. Labor Party Comes – Zacks.com Tobacco Biggies May Face Higher tax if U.K. Labor Party ComesZacks.comTobacco stocks like British American Tobacco and Imperial Tobacco declined last week after the news was flashed in fear of being hit...
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Sin Stocks News September 19, 2014

Why Even the Righteous Should Invest in Sin – DailyFinance DailyFinance Why Even the Righteous Should Invest in SinDailyFinanceBoth the decision and Cramer's reaction highlight a long-running debate among investors: Should right-minded investors buy "sin" stocks? Typically these are companies involved in what can be...
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Sin Stocks News September 15, 2014

3 Great Shares For A Beginner's Portfolio: British American Tobacco plc, NEXT … – Yahoo Finance UK 3 Great Shares For A Beginner's Portfolio: British American Tobacco plc, NEXT …Yahoo Finance UKsmoking Multi-billionaire Warren Buffett, probably the world's most famous and successful investor, follows a...
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Sin Stocks News July 24, 2014

Reynolds American (NYSE: RAI) Stock Down on Verdict – but Not Out for Long – Money Morning Money Morning Reynolds American (NYSE: RAI) Stock Down on Verdict – but Not Out for LongMoney Morning"This is just like other 'sin' stocks – firearms, beer, booze, and...
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Sin Stocks News July 22, 2014

Is The Tobacco Sector Up In Smoke? – Seeking Alpha Is The Tobacco Sector Up In Smoke?Seeking AlphaYet, despite current setbacks and the industry's ill effects on consumers, tobacco stocks proved very lucrative for long-term investors in the "sin stock" space. So given these variables,...
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Sin Stocks News June 11, 2014

1 Sin Stock With a Mile-Long Moat – Motley Fool 1 Sin Stock With a Mile-Long MoatMotley FoolSin stocks can be serious moneymakers. As a father and husband who would cringe if any of his family members started smoking, the Fool's Brian Stoffel says investing...
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Sin Stocks News June 6, 2014

AFKInsider Market Journal: Africa's Top Five Stocks of 2014 (So Far) – AFKInsider AFKInsider Market Journal: Africa's Top Five Stocks of 2014 (So Far)AFKInsiderIt seems that no African top-performers list is ever complete without the requisite sin stock, and BATU represents the class here. The...
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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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