They lead you to temptation, but does it pay to give in? All day Friday, FOX Business explores the merits of investing in Sin Stocks. From tobacco and booze to porn and gambling, what’s the best way to capitalize on the business of vice?
- VICE FUND (VICEX)
- The Vice Fund selects stocks of tobacco, alcohol, gaming, and weapons/defense companies because they believe that these industries tend to thrive regardless of the economy as a whole.
- Top Holdings
- Altria Group Inc.
- Philip Morris International, Inc.
- Las Vegas Sands Corp
- Lorillard, Inc.
- Honeywell International, Inc.
- Diageo PLC
- Boeing Co
- United Technologies Corp
Latest Coverage on the Business of Vice:
Hustler founder Larry Flynt on the business revenue from pornography and the change in the industry.
FBN’s Jeff Flock discusses the consistent growth in bourbon sales with seventh-generation Jim Beam distiller Fred Noe.
Investors who steer clear of traditional 'sin' stocks may be keeping their conscience clean at the cost of more lucrative returns.
Beam Master distiller Fred Noe weighs in on growth in the bourbon industry.
FBN’s Liz Claman reports from Penthouse, weighing in on the growing porn industry.
FBN’s Robert Gray reports on how a decrease in Americans who smoke has affected tobacco companies.
Consumers are always tempted to indulge in various 'vices', giving investors’ confidence that these industries will always have business regardless of an economic downturn.
Former Senator Al D’Amato on whether we need a nationwide federal push to allow online gambling.
Ex-Wall Street trader and professional poker player Andrew Frankenberger discusses his transition from trading to gambling, and the similarities betwe...