Vice Fund PM, Jordan Waldrep, shares his approach when it comes to investing in Canadian Cannabis.
Jordan Waldrep talks sin stocks on the Stacking Benjamins Network. For Fund performance and holdings click here.
The Vice Fund (VICEX) has a 16-year history of investing in Alcohol, Tobacco, Gaming, and Aerospace Defense. We believe that the long-term opportunities that our sectors have before them are compelling and offer investors a unique opportunity for entry into companies who benefit from global trends in growth.
JORDAN WALDREP, VICE FUND SENIOR PORTFOLIO MANAGER, MENTIONED ON U.S. NEWS – WHY SIN STOCKS ARE AN INVESTOR’S SALVATION
If socially responsible investments appeal to investors’ do-gooder tendencies, sin stocks speak to the darker side of human nature. Find out what Vice Fund Portfolio manager thinks about this opportunity. Click here for a complete list of holdings.
The recent growth of craft distilleries may not be what you think it is. Many of these young companies are selling bourbon made at a distillery in Lawrenceburg, Indiana owned by a multi-billion dollar company that has changed the bourbon business.
Jordan Waldrep in Forbes: Marijuana Is Now Legal In Canada — Here’s Why The U.S. Will Not Be Far Behind
Canada just approved recreational marijuana. As voters in developed countries advocate for the legalization of cannabis, businesses are eyeing the U.S. as the largest potential market. So, it makes sense to ask: “Will it actually happen here?”
The casinos always have the odds in their favor. Knowing this does not stop gamblers from coming back. However, there is one place you can bet on the house, and that is in the stock market.
Despite their reputation, Sin Stocks offer investors an opportunity to buy strong companies with established brands. Here are 4 reasons you should consider investing in Sin Stocks.
As states legalize sports betting, let's look at the biggest gambling event - The World Cup - to see what the future holds for gamblers, casinos, and sportsbooks in the United States.
Since its inception in 2002, the Vice Fund has been investing in Gambling, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Aerospace/Defense sectors. From inception until March 31, 2018, the Fund has been able to outperform the S&P 500 by 1.28% annually after fees because, we feel, the investor community has underestimated the growth potential of these vice sectors.