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Congratulations! You’ve made it through Sin Stocks Report‘s Summer of Sin! And now there’s one final question to answer — a question whose answer brings together everything you’ve read so far: Why does Sin Stocks Report exist?

Why Does Sin Stocks Report Exist?

Sin Stocks Report was started at a time when there was simply no other information about sin stocks online. Investors had to track down their own information, decide on its veracity, and determine for themselves how the information stacked up against popular trends like “ethical investing”… all before they decided if they should invest in these stocks.

Moreover, we learned that there was so much misunderstanding about sin stocks and we wanted to set the record straight.

So, we started Sin Stocks Report to inform and educate investors on sin stocks.

We don’t recommend specific sin stock investments and we don’t endorse the products or services they offer; rather, we see ourselves first and foremost as curators of sin stock financial news, journalists who add insight into the world of sin stocks, and thought-leaders in an often overlooked investing space.

… in much the same way that a meteorologist reports on the weather but doesn’t endorse the horrors caused by tornadoes, or how a war reporter might report on ISIS but doesn’t endorse terrorism.

Since we started, we’ve been ridiculed yet copied; our ideas have been judged yet people have also stolen our content and ideas. But one thing we’ve discovered: People from all over the world are searching for information about sin stocks and we are the first and leading authority on the topic. It’s an honor and a responsibility, and one we do not take lightly.

Therefore, we see ourselves as an invaluable tool in the due diligence process to help investors like you decide whether it’s a fit for you to invest in sin stocks.


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.