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Sin Stocks News January 25, 2015

Look out: Big week ahead for stock market – WCVB Boston WCVB Boston Look out: Big week ahead for stock marketWCVB BostonIt's not alone: Las Vegas Sands — stock down 33% on the year — reports Wednesday. Sin City, among other retail and leisure companies,...
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Sin Stocks News January 20, 2015

Is Marijuana a Sin Industry? Plus Other Pot News (CANV, CNAB, CBIS, GWPH … – SmallCap Network Is Marijuana a Sin Industry? Plus Other Pot News (CANV, CNAB, CBIS, GWPH …SmallCap NetworkSmall cap marijuana stocks CannaVEST Corp (OTCMKTS: CANV) and United Cannabis Corporation (OTCBB: CNAB)...
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Canadian Sin Stocks (Hint: It’s Not Mostly Beer)

Canadians: Known for hockey, stronger beer, cold weather, and politeness. But Canadians not without their vices. If you ask any Canadian what their vice is, they’ll probably tell you it’s Tim Hortons — the iconic coffee chain (basically what you’d get if Dunkin Donuts was...
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Sin Stock Trends for 2015

Here are some trends I’m paying attention to for 2015: GAMBLING SIN STOCKS TO RISE 2014 saw some gains in the markets, improvements in the economy, a lowering of oil prices (and, thus, fuel prices). Although economists are entirely bullish, the man/woman-on-the-street is enjoying something...
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Sin Stocks News August 14, 2014

Two Compelling Ways To Invest In Sin – NASDAQ Two Compelling Ways To Invest In SinNASDAQMarijuana companies aren't the only "sin stocks" garnering headlines lately either… In June, Big Tobacco giant Philip Morris International (Nasdaq: PM ) announced it would be buying British based e-vapor...
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Marijuana Sin Stocks Are Lighting Up Investors

Medical marijuana has been getting a lot of press. Everyone has an opinion and they tend to polarize between “yes” and “no” with very little middle ground. And yes, there ARE publicly traded companies working in this space and since marijuana has moved from back...
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