- published: 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 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- "ISA Investing: Top Tips for Last Minute Savers" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p29qeZTchtQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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
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
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 bigge...
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...
Cassandra Laymon discusses the real reason we screen tobacco companies out of our portfolios.
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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 ne...