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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 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 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 Conflict Sin Stocks?

Sin stocks are stocks that profit from vice — from things that perhaps comes with a social stigma or is related to some kind of taboo. Alcohol, tobacco, and gambling are the most well-known but there are others, including a group of sin stocks known...
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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 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.