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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 April 3, 2015

The IRS Ruling That Could Unlock Billions In Shareholder Value – Nasdaq Nasdaq The IRS Ruling That Could Unlock Billions In Shareholder ValueNasdaqBesides holdings in Sin City, casino operators have expanded internationally with prized assets throughout Asia. One possible impediment: Rules on REIT conversions state...
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Sin Stocks News December 30, 2014

3 Lessons I've Learned About Investing in Las Vegas – Motley Fool 3 Lessons I've Learned About Investing in Las VegasMotley FoolFinally, though, it seems Sin City is making a comeback for companies such as Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ: WYNN ) , Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:...
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Sin Stocks News November 6, 2014

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...
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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 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 August 29, 2014

Las Vegas Is Winning Again: Is Sin City Back? – NASDAQ Las Vegas Is Winning Again: Is Sin City Back?NASDAQThis is especially true for Las Vegas Sands' stock, which was hit recently due to lowered forecasts on Macau's 2014 gaming revenue. At less than $70...
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Sin Stocks News August 21, 2014

Does Social Responsibility Hurt a Company's Bottom Line? – Entrepreneur (blog) Entrepreneur (blog) Does Social Responsibility Hurt a Company's Bottom Line?Entrepreneur (blog)The Vice Fund is one of the few remaining "sin" funds that advertise their investment in alcohol, tobacco, gaming and defense stocks. Proponents are...
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Sin Stocks News June 10, 2014

Stock Downgrades: As It Happens, Lady Luck Isn't Staying in Las Vegas Sands – Minyanville.com Stock Downgrades: As It Happens, Lady Luck Isn't Staying in Las Vegas SandsMinyanville.comThe same Macau concerns that recently sent competitor Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN) down sharply are a key factor behind...
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Sin Stocks News June 7, 2014

10 Sindex Top Dividend Dogs Storm 9.5% To 35% June Upsides – Seeking Alpha 10 Sindex Top Dividend Dogs Storm 9.5% To 35% June UpsidesSeeking AlphaProjections based on estimated increases in dividend amounts from $1000 invested in the twenty highest yielding super sin stocks and...
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What Are Gambling Sin Stocks?

Sin stocks are stocks that profit from social taboos and activities that are perceived to be “forbidden” or highly restricted. Alcohol and tobacco are two well-known sin stocks. Gambling sin stocks are another group of well-known sin stocks. As the name suggests, gambling sin stocks...
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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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