Philip Morris International, Altria, British American Tobacco, and Imperial Brands all offer big dividends -- but investors should also understand the long-term risks.
The price increase comes earlier than usual, and sends other tobacco companies rushing to raise prices too.
Was the tobacco giant’s 25% year-to-date rally justified?
Tobacco giants may have passed muster with antitrust regulators, but the deal's price tag could still rise.
Which tobacco player makes more sense for your portfolio?
The tobacco giant wants to quadruple the markets it sells in, but it won't be so easy as all that.
The Marlboro maker is at all-time highs.
The company's aggressive stance leaves it open to potential competitive pressure.
The push into reduced-risk products could make a key argument against investing go away.
In this battle of David and Goliath, David might have the upper hand.