The Vice Fund Turns Consumer Spare-Time Into Opportunities

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The Vice Fund (VICEX) is a Dallas-based company that invests in domestic and foreign companies engaged in the aerospace and defense industries, owners and operators of casinos and gaming facilities, manufacturers of cigarettes and other tobacco products, as well as brewers, distillers, vintners and producers of other alcoholic beverages. These sectors have exhibited resilient demand through economic cycles and have fundamental strengths that help explain why they have endured for centuries.

The Vice Fund is administered by USA Mutuals. With a history spanning three decades, the company has been a longtime provider of alternative investment strategies to both the institutional and retail marketplaces. Founded in 1995, USA Mutuals launched with a simple mandate, to create an environment in which the company’s goals and expectations are truly aligned with their investors. Armed with a thorough understanding of the performance expectations for each of their investment philosophies, they work diligently to correctly pair them with the portfolio needs of their clients.

The Vice Fund has a 19-year history of investing in businesses that benefit from the activities people do in their spare-time. Historically, that has primarily included alcohol, tobacco and gambling focused companies. VICEX will celebrate their 20th anniversary on August 30th, 2022. The company believes that the Vice universe has evolved considerably since the concept of sin stocks became accessible to the investing public. The inclusion of gaming and cannabis are examples of the Vice Fund’s ability to turn consumer spare-time spending into opportunities ahead of the market.

The Vice Fund is available on many self-directed platforms, including Schwab, Fidelity, and Pershing. You may purchase shares through brokers, financial advisors, or other financial intermediaries that distribute the funds.

Learn more about VICEX here: http://www.usamutuals.com/vice-fund/

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