They tend to run counter to general economic trends and are shunned by socially responsible funds, but “sin stocks” – or funds that invest in alcohol, tobacco, gambling and the military – have continued to perform exceptionally well, Kiplinger’s reports.

Many funds invest in a few sin stocks, but only one specializes in them exclusively.

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