“You get a steady-eddy dividend payer backed by strong emerging market demographic trends. If that isn’t a solid retirement stock and a great sin stock, then I don’t know what is,” argues the author of today’s article in making his case for what he sees as the single best sin stock for a retirement portfolio. To find out what this sin stock – “one of the highest-yielding stocks outside of the telecom or utilities sectors” – is, why it may be the best sin stock for retirement, and why the author says that its dividend might seem “a little strange” to American investors, CLICK HERE.
Is This The Single Best Sin Stock For Retirement Portfolios?
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