• Tobacco Stocks are Still Good for Income Investors, says BlackRock

    Despite threats to the industry from e-cigarettes, tobacco stocks still offer income investors high sustainable yields says BlackRock. Morningstar guest: Stuart Reeve, Manager of the BlackRock Global Income Fund http://www.morningstar.co.uk

    published: 27 Jun 2016
  • The Moral Case For Investing In Big Tobacco - How To Invest In Stocks | Alex Pitti

    This video explains the reason why you should buy tobacco stocks even if you feel it is morally wrong to encourage smoking. My Seeking Alpha: http://seekingalpha.com/author/alex-pitti My Twitter: https://twitter.com/stockmanalexp The Article I Cited: http://theconservativeincomeinvestor.com/2013/08/24/if-you-find-tobacco-stocks-unethical-you-should-buy-tobacco-stocks/#disqus_thread

    published: 17 Aug 2015
  • Tobacco stocks up in smoke

    A Florida jury wants R.J. Reynolds to pay more than$23.5 billion in damages to a widow of a smoker. That number will likely be reduced. But it highlights a risk for cigarette companies just as Reynolds and Lorillard look to merge.

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • Tobacco Stocks In Focus Today

    Tobacco stocks in focus today. Mangalam Maloo tells you why here.

    published: 27 Dec 2016
  • Nightly Business Report: Tobacco stocks light up

    Even though fewer Americans smoke cigarettes, shares of tobacco companies have been smoking hot.

    published: 28 Jan 2015
  • Hypocrite Al Franken Criticizes Tom Price For Owning Tobacco Stocks That He Also Owns

    Hypocrite Al Franken Criticizes Tom Price For Owning Tobacco Stocks That He Also Owns

    published: 20 Jan 2017
  • Cold start John Deere 4250 hauling tobacco stocks.

    Here's a short video of us hauling tobacco stocks with the John Deere 4250 and cold start. We like the small spreader for tobacco stocks it does a nice even spread. In the beginning there is a cold start on the 4250 John Deere

    published: 15 Feb 2017
  • Tobacco stocks get spark from merger rumor

    Where there's smoke, there's fire? Lorillard and American Reynolds are higher on merger rumors. But investors could get burned if no deal happens.

    published: 04 Mar 2014
  • Ash to cash: Big Tobacco's big profits - Counting the Cost

    Last week, retailers across the world did not sell cigarettes and tobacco products for one day. "World No Tobacco Day" was marked internationally on May 31 in order to highlight health risks associated with tobacco use and to advocate policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco kills an estimated six million people per year. The tobacco industry has annual revenues of nearly $500bn. The number of cigarettes manufactured and sold has risen to six trillion every year worldwide - nearly double of what it was four decades ago. Tobacco stocks outperformed the market in 2015 and have in fact done so for the past decade. But even if you are not buying cigarettes, you may still be buying in to them. In May 2016, one of the biggest insurers, Axa, said it could not continue being a health...

    published: 04 Jun 2016
  • Mark Levin: Al Franken attacks Tom Price for holding tobacco stocks, he owns too (January 19 2017)

    published: 20 Jan 2017
  • Smoking is bad ... cigarette stocks aren't

    Lorillard and Reynolds American have surged this year on takeover speculation. Now the deal is official. Will Marlboro Man owner Altria be the next to make a big move?

    published: 15 Jul 2014
  • Why We Don't Invest in Tobacco Companies

    Cassandra Laymon discusses the real reason we screen tobacco companies out of our portfolios.

    published: 19 Mar 2017
  • Tobacco Shop, Smoke Shop, Madison, WI, (608) 819-8895

    http://www.tobaccomart.co (Tobacco Mart) in Madison provides a complete collection of tobacco products which includes cigars, cigarettes, hookahs, hookah charcoal, shisha, wooden pipes, glass pipes, loose tobacco, chew tobacco, RYO tubes, RYO, rolling papers, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, swishers, blunts, tobacco accessories, groceries and clothing accessories. In addition of tobacco stocks you will also find a wide range of grocery supplies for your home.

    published: 19 Mar 2013
  • E-cig's risk to big tobacco stocks and bonds?

    Market expert Lee Munson of Portfolio Wealth Advisors is asked to discuss why we care about E-cig's. basically, if you look at the way a lot of these bonds were structured, they anticipated an average decline in cigarette usage of about 3% a year. suddenly, with e-cigarettes, we've gone above that. so, it's more of a decline even in government borrowing form. but you're saying, do not help big tobacco out. you've actually made a lot of money in not counting big tobacco out, right? yeah, if you look at the last, what was the best performing stock from last half of last century? that was philip morris. and the reason why is it's always a value stock, always being beaten up. what we're concerned about today is big tobacco eastman kodiak themselves. meaning, eastman kodak was in denial of ne...

    published: 24 Jun 2014
  • Counting the Cost - Big tobacco's big profits - Counting the Cost

    Smoking kills. So if you're in an industry where your product is damaging the health of people who buy it and they know it, then you should in theory go out of business. But shares in companies listed in the Bloomberg tobacco producers index have risen 351% since 2009, making it one of the best investments of the past decade. Graphic warning labels and taxes seem to have some impact on reducing the number of smokers but less so on industry profits which keep rising. And investors can't quit buying the stocks because operating profits continue to go up. Different tax regimes around the world mostly account for the difference in price. But governments are not as hooked as the consumers who buy cigarettes. Consumers cough up for higher prices becuase they crave the drug in tobacco - nicotin...

    published: 03 Jun 2017
  • Face the strange I Authers Note

    ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs John Authers reports on the continuing rough start to the year on world markets, and the outperformance of tobacco stocks. Filmed by John Authers. Edited by Paolo Pascual. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 12 Jan 2016
Tobacco Stocks are Still Good for Income Investors, says BlackRock

Tobacco Stocks are Still Good for Income Investors, says BlackRock

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2016
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Despite threats to the industry from e-cigarettes, tobacco stocks still offer income investors high sustainable yields says BlackRock. Morningstar guest: Stuart Reeve, Manager of the BlackRock Global Income Fund http://www.morningstar.co.uk
https://wn.com/Tobacco_Stocks_Are_Still_Good_For_Income_Investors,_Says_Blackrock
The Moral Case For Investing In Big Tobacco - How To Invest In Stocks | Alex Pitti

The Moral Case For Investing In Big Tobacco - How To Invest In Stocks | Alex Pitti

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  • Updated: 17 Aug 2015
  • views: 894
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This video explains the reason why you should buy tobacco stocks even if you feel it is morally wrong to encourage smoking. My Seeking Alpha: http://seekingalpha.com/author/alex-pitti My Twitter: https://twitter.com/stockmanalexp The Article I Cited: http://theconservativeincomeinvestor.com/2013/08/24/if-you-find-tobacco-stocks-unethical-you-should-buy-tobacco-stocks/#disqus_thread
https://wn.com/The_Moral_Case_For_Investing_In_Big_Tobacco_How_To_Invest_In_Stocks_|_Alex_Pitti
Tobacco stocks up in smoke

Tobacco stocks up in smoke

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2014
  • views: 588
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A Florida jury wants R.J. Reynolds to pay more than$23.5 billion in damages to a widow of a smoker. That number will likely be reduced. But it highlights a risk for cigarette companies just as Reynolds and Lorillard look to merge.
https://wn.com/Tobacco_Stocks_Up_In_Smoke
Tobacco Stocks In Focus Today

Tobacco Stocks In Focus Today

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  • Updated: 27 Dec 2016
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Tobacco stocks in focus today. Mangalam Maloo tells you why here.
https://wn.com/Tobacco_Stocks_In_Focus_Today
Nightly Business Report: Tobacco stocks light up

Nightly Business Report: Tobacco stocks light up

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  • Updated: 28 Jan 2015
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Even though fewer Americans smoke cigarettes, shares of tobacco companies have been smoking hot.
https://wn.com/Nightly_Business_Report_Tobacco_Stocks_Light_Up
Hypocrite Al Franken Criticizes Tom Price For Owning Tobacco Stocks That He Also Owns

Hypocrite Al Franken Criticizes Tom Price For Owning Tobacco Stocks That He Also Owns

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2017
  • views: 222
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Hypocrite Al Franken Criticizes Tom Price For Owning Tobacco Stocks That He Also Owns
https://wn.com/Hypocrite_Al_Franken_Criticizes_Tom_Price_For_Owning_Tobacco_Stocks_That_He_Also_Owns
Cold start John Deere 4250 hauling tobacco stocks.

Cold start John Deere 4250 hauling tobacco stocks.

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  • Duration: 8:39
  • Updated: 15 Feb 2017
  • views: 1668
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Here's a short video of us hauling tobacco stocks with the John Deere 4250 and cold start. We like the small spreader for tobacco stocks it does a nice even spread. In the beginning there is a cold start on the 4250 John Deere
https://wn.com/Cold_Start_John_Deere_4250_Hauling_Tobacco_Stocks.
Tobacco stocks get spark from merger rumor

Tobacco stocks get spark from merger rumor

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2014
  • views: 550
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Where there's smoke, there's fire? Lorillard and American Reynolds are higher on merger rumors. But investors could get burned if no deal happens.
https://wn.com/Tobacco_Stocks_Get_Spark_From_Merger_Rumor
Ash to cash: Big Tobacco's big profits - Counting the Cost

Ash to cash: Big Tobacco's big profits - Counting the Cost

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  • Updated: 04 Jun 2016
  • views: 4477
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Last week, retailers across the world did not sell cigarettes and tobacco products for one day. "World No Tobacco Day" was marked internationally on May 31 in order to highlight health risks associated with tobacco use and to advocate policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco kills an estimated six million people per year. The tobacco industry has annual revenues of nearly $500bn. The number of cigarettes manufactured and sold has risen to six trillion every year worldwide - nearly double of what it was four decades ago. Tobacco stocks outperformed the market in 2015 and have in fact done so for the past decade. But even if you are not buying cigarettes, you may still be buying in to them. In May 2016, one of the biggest insurers, Axa, said it could not continue being a health insurer and supporting tobacco. It committed to stubbing out its investments in tobacco stocks and bonds and even called the tobacco industry a sunset industry. But is the industry really on its way out? We examine how big tobacco players have shifted focus to the developing world to stay profitable; and how your pension money may well be tied up in the industry. As there are also calls on pension funds to follow Axa's lead, Counting the Cost talks to Jonathan Hoare, director of Policy & Investor Networks, Shareaction, about Big Tobacco and the politics behind it. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen gives an insight into the tobacco industry's focus on developing countries like Indonesia and its impact on the people. With 65 million smokers, Indonesia is a big market - one in five children start to smoke before the age of 10. Also on this episode of Counting the Cost: ISIL and oil: Even as the Iraqi army fights back, the armed group, which is also known as ISIS, is still strong and well-funded. An update on how ISIL controls the oil fields, how it sells the oil and why it is still finding customers for its contraband crude. Greece on life support: The country is bankrupt, so how much more austerity is in store for Europe's most depressed economy? Made in Taiwan: About 90 percent of the world's computers and one-third of mobile phones are from Taiwan. It's famous for its technology industry, but it may need to adapt if it wants to remain a high-tech hub. More from Counting the Cost on: YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/
https://wn.com/Ash_To_Cash_Big_Tobacco's_Big_Profits_Counting_The_Cost
Mark Levin: Al Franken attacks Tom Price for holding tobacco stocks, he owns too (January 19 2017)

Mark Levin: Al Franken attacks Tom Price for holding tobacco stocks, he owns too (January 19 2017)

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2017
  • views: 544
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https://wn.com/Mark_Levin_Al_Franken_Attacks_Tom_Price_For_Holding_Tobacco_Stocks,_He_Owns_Too_(January_19_2017)
Smoking is bad ... cigarette stocks aren't

Smoking is bad ... cigarette stocks aren't

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  • Updated: 15 Jul 2014
  • views: 1972
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Lorillard and Reynolds American have surged this year on takeover speculation. Now the deal is official. Will Marlboro Man owner Altria be the next to make a big move?
https://wn.com/Smoking_Is_Bad_..._Cigarette_Stocks_Aren't
Why We Don't Invest in Tobacco Companies

Why We Don't Invest in Tobacco Companies

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2017
  • views: 33
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Cassandra Laymon discusses the real reason we screen tobacco companies out of our portfolios.
https://wn.com/Why_We_Don't_Invest_In_Tobacco_Companies
Tobacco Shop, Smoke Shop, Madison, WI, (608) 819-8895

Tobacco Shop, Smoke Shop, Madison, WI, (608) 819-8895

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2013
  • views: 1054
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http://www.tobaccomart.co (Tobacco Mart) in Madison provides a complete collection of tobacco products which includes cigars, cigarettes, hookahs, hookah charcoal, shisha, wooden pipes, glass pipes, loose tobacco, chew tobacco, RYO tubes, RYO, rolling papers, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, swishers, blunts, tobacco accessories, groceries and clothing accessories. In addition of tobacco stocks you will also find a wide range of grocery supplies for your home.
https://wn.com/Tobacco_Shop,_Smoke_Shop,_Madison,_Wi,_(608)_819_8895
E-cig's risk to big tobacco stocks and bonds?

E-cig's risk to big tobacco stocks and bonds?

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2014
  • views: 278
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Market expert Lee Munson of Portfolio Wealth Advisors is asked to discuss why we care about E-cig's. basically, if you look at the way a lot of these bonds were structured, they anticipated an average decline in cigarette usage of about 3% a year. suddenly, with e-cigarettes, we've gone above that. so, it's more of a decline even in government borrowing form. but you're saying, do not help big tobacco out. you've actually made a lot of money in not counting big tobacco out, right? yeah, if you look at the last, what was the best performing stock from last half of last century? that was philip morris. and the reason why is it's always a value stock, always being beaten up. what we're concerned about today is big tobacco eastman kodiak themselves. meaning, eastman kodak was in denial of new technology. i wouldn't count the bonds out, and also from the stock position, this is the time where you make your money, where there's a lot of uncertainty, there's value out there, and you buy it before we have confirmation that big tobacco figured out how to get their hands on e-cig profits. so steven, the expectation is, obviously, e-cig taxes are coming as well. pretty much everybody we've talked to says it's a matter of time. do you believe those tobacco bond revenues ultimately are safe? because people probably hate big tobacco, but guess what? it also pays for a lot of government services, believe it or not, on the back end. well, yes. well, the thing is, i don't know about safe. you know, just a couple of years ago, in 2007, when a bunch of states put out new bonds, they used projections from global insights. that projection was that cigarette sales would only decline 1.8% a year. the problem is these bonds are very long-term, and it is a risk trying to predict. if you can get in and out of these things, if there's a market to get in at a low price and get out at a low price, you might be saying, but this is a very uncertain market right now. it's one thing to buy another stock, it's another thing to invest for, let's say a decade or more in their bonds. so, lee, considering to his point the states need the money, is there any chance e-cigarettes will be taxed like tobacco is? please. they're taxing marijuana in colorado. those states need these revenues and need these bonds to work out, period. they're going to figure out how to tax those e-cigs, and that's where you're going to get the industry consolidation. do you think philip morris understands how to work with bureaucracy and lobbyists? yes, they do. so, if you're doing e-cigs and all of a sudden there's a tax and it's regulated, you're going to sell out to big tobacco. the reason you want to be in now is because there is uncertainty and that's where you find value and value is where you find higher expected returns.
https://wn.com/E_Cig's_Risk_To_Big_Tobacco_Stocks_And_Bonds
Counting the Cost - Big tobacco's big profits - Counting the Cost

Counting the Cost - Big tobacco's big profits - Counting the Cost

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  • Updated: 03 Jun 2017
  • views: 2724
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Smoking kills. So if you're in an industry where your product is damaging the health of people who buy it and they know it, then you should in theory go out of business. But shares in companies listed in the Bloomberg tobacco producers index have risen 351% since 2009, making it one of the best investments of the past decade. Graphic warning labels and taxes seem to have some impact on reducing the number of smokers but less so on industry profits which keep rising. And investors can't quit buying the stocks because operating profits continue to go up. Different tax regimes around the world mostly account for the difference in price. But governments are not as hooked as the consumers who buy cigarettes. Consumers cough up for higher prices becuase they crave the drug in tobacco - nicotine. Without nicotine, addiction there would be no tobacco industry. The tobacco industry knows this and has diversified to develop other nicotine products like E-cigarettes. A "starter kit" - which includes an e-cigarette device, batteries, nicotine cartridges and other accessories — can cost upwards of $100. The electronic cigarette market has grown from just $50m in 2005 to an estimated $7.5bn last year, according to Euromonitor. It's all part of the unique economy of addiction. More from Counting the Cost on: YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/
https://wn.com/Counting_The_Cost_Big_Tobacco's_Big_Profits_Counting_The_Cost
Face the strange I Authers Note

Face the strange I Authers Note

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  • Updated: 12 Jan 2016
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs John Authers reports on the continuing rough start to the year on world markets, and the outperformance of tobacco stocks. Filmed by John Authers. Edited by Paolo Pascual. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
https://wn.com/Face_The_Strange_I_Authers_Note
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