Experts Debate Investing in Vice Many investors can't stand the idea of buying stock in companies that sell tobacco, beer, adult entertainment and gambling equipment. While some experts see these companies as proven profit makers, others say the social costs of investing in such vices outweigh the financial benefits. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards, Adam Kanzer of Domini Social Investments and Caroline Waxler, author of Stocking Up on Sin.
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Experts Debate Investing in Vice

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Experts Debate Investing in Vice

Experts Debate Investing in Vice

Experts Debate Investing in Vice

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Many investors can't stand the idea of buying stock in companies that sell tobacco, beer, adult entertainment and gambling equipment. While some experts see these companies as proven profit makers, others say the social costs of investing in such vices outweigh the financial benefits. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards, Adam Kanzer of Domini Social Investments and Caroline Waxler, author of Stocking Up on Sin.