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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 February 21, 2015

MGM CEO: We can ride out China gambling volatility – CNBC MGM CEO: We can ride out China gambling volatilityCNBCAnalysts at Stifel Nicolaus said in a research note this week that "despite the challenges in Macau, MGM remains one of our favorite stocks due to...
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Sin Stocks News February 2, 2015

For Profit Prisons Offers Investors Moral, Financial Challenges – ValueWalk ValueWalk For Profit Prisons Offers Investors Moral, Financial ChallengesValueWalkStrubel Investment Management, a firm that invests in “sin” stocks such as tobacco, alcohol and defense contractors, has no interest in for profit prison management, a category...
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The HIDDEN MARKET of Almost-Secret Gambling Sin Stocks

When you think of gambling sin stocks, what do you think of? Probably the big ones that influence our idea of Las Vegas: Wynn Resorts (WYNN), MGM Resorts (MGM), Caesars Entertainment (CZR). But those aren’t the only casino sin stocks around. There are others… just...
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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 October 30, 2014

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...
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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 July 30, 2014

Cramer's Mad Money – The Pause That Depresses (7/29/14) – Seeking Alpha (registration) Cramer's Mad Money – The Pause That Depresses (7/29/14)Seeking Alpha (registration)Ford (F) reported a good quarter, but the stock is not moving. Oil prices are high, and drilling is booming, but the...
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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 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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