Smoking not only bad for health, but investment portfolios too

Tobacco shares took a dip shortly after the US Food and Drug Administration introduced plans to analyze studies of e-cigarette customers experiencing seizures.

Though the FDA didn’t instantly blame e-cigarettes, the announcement dragged down shares of tobacco giants like Altria, British American Tobacco and Imperial Brands. Global traders, beforehand spooked by a possible tightening of e-cigarette restrictions, opted to tug out of the shares.

RT’s Boom Bust determined to chop by means of the smoke and discover out if e-cigs might drag down the as soon as extremely worthwhile belongings.