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Sin Stocks News July 16, 2014

US stocks react cautiously to Yellen testimony – Proactive Investors UK US stocks react cautiously to Yellen testimonyProactive Investors UKBAT added it will maintain a 42% stake in the enlarged Reynolds through buying more shares sin the group. In other economic news, the Empire State...
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Sin Stocks News July 15, 2014

US stocks react cautiously to Yellen testimony – Proactive Investors UK US stocks react cautiously to Yellen testimonyProactive Investors UKBAT added it will maintain a 42% stake in the enlarged Reynolds through buying more shares sin the group. In other economic news, the Empire State...
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Sin Stocks News July 2, 2014

Buy these stocks and lets others' sins pay your dividends – NASDAQ Buy these stocks and lets others' sins pay your dividendsNASDAQ"Sin stocks", as they are known, are stocks representing companies that operate in ethically questionable industries such as tobacco, alcohol, or gambling. A lot...
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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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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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