Sin Stocks

Skinnygirl Cocktails the Fastest-Growing Spirit

Technomic recently released the top 250 spirit brands. Low-cal Skinnygirl Cocktails took highest honors -- here's who else made the top 5. More 

Beer Stocks: Should You Slum It?

Beer investors have two basic options: consistent mega brands or nimbler brewers with serious growth potential. More 

Tobacco Stocks: They’re Still Smokin’

Tobacco shares won't necessarily outperform in 2012 like they did in years' past, but they're still a screaming buy for longer-minded investors. More 

Molson Coors Sweetens the Pot

Molson Coors Brewing Company (TAP) launches an iced tea-flavored Coors Light in Canada that eventually could sell in the U.S. More 

4 ‘Sustainable’ Gaming Stocks

With casino stocks especially, the only sure thing is that luck can change fast. But here are some best bets. More 

This Week’s ETF Options for Hot Stocks

Cars, social media, sin stocks, global equities and consumer stocks are in this week's roundup of ETFs that hold stocks discussed last week at InvestorPlace. More 

Sin Stocks Trail Their More Virtuous Peers

"Sin stocks," dealing alcohol and tobacco, have trailed the market in 2012, but their recession-proof nature and good dividends mean they're still strong buys. More 

The ‘King of Beers’ Losing its Rank

For the first time in nearly 20 years Anheuser-Busch (NYSE:BUD) does have the top 2 best-selling beer brands as Budweiser falls in beer sales rankings. More 

Charles Sizemore’s Best, Worst Trades of 2011

Sin stocks were the story of success for Charles Sizemore in 2011, but not all of his picks were such winners. His worst pick was ... More 

Investors Drinking Coors Should Switch to Sam Adams

Before you drink up shares of Sam Adams or Coors, find out which one of these brewers has lost its way. More