British American TobaccoUp first is British American Tobacco (BTI), the $100 billion ADR that owns cigarette brands such as Dunhill, Lucky Strike and Pall Mall. BTI hasn't been a strong performer so far in 2013 -- in fact, shares have done a whole lot of nothing since the calendar flipped over to the new year. But that's not why this stock looks toxic. Instead, it comes down to the long-term setup in shares.
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