‘Demand Christian’ Portfolio

Biblically Aligned, Globally Diversified

Manage your money God’s way with a diversified Christian investing portfolio.

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Most Christian financial advisors share your values; however, your actual investments with them are often not aligned with those same values.
‘Demand Christian’ is a portfolio that is carefully managed to ensure that your money aligns with your values.

Did You Know?

If you’re invested in the broad US Stock market, then a percentage of your money supports companies engaged in the following industries:1

Abortion
Sinful Media
Pornography
Alcohol
Tobacco & Cannabis
Gambling

Please note that some of these percentages may overlap, as many of these companies are engaged in multiple unbiblical practices.So, what’s the solution?

Invest According to Your Values…

BIBLICALLY-RESPONSIBLE INVESTING

Biblically responsible investing means that each of our portfolios contains only investments which have been screened according to biblical principles. Rest assured knowing you’re invested in companies that seek to protect human life, promote human dignity, and pursue economic justice.

BE A GOOD STEWARD

All of our portfolios have an “A” ESG rating, which means your money is invested in companies that are environmentally and socially responsible.2

WORK WITH A CHRISTIAN ADVISOR

Your advisor can guide you on the best Christian stocks to invest in and equip you with everything you need to manage your money God’s way.

…Without Compromise

STRATEGIES BACKED BY NOBEL-PRIZE WINNING RESEARCH3

Investing in a fully diversified portfolio of low-cost ETFs helps you reduce fees and maximize returns.

TAX-LOSS HARVESTING

Our tax efficient strategies help minimize the taxes you pay so you can keep more of your money.

SMART REBALANCING

Instead of robo rebalancing which can limit performance opportunities through its rigid, pre-defined structure, we rebalance your portfolio when it makes sense to ensure that you’re buying low and selling high.

Your Biblically Screened Portfolio
Get a faith-based investing portfolio allocated based on your individual risk tolerance.
Screened World Stocks
Screened Small US Stocks
Screened Large US Stocks
Screened Emerg. Market Stocks
Screened Large Growth Stocks
Screened Large Value Stocks
Screened Intermediate Bonds
Mortgage-Backed Bonds
Screened High Yield Bonds
Intermediate Gov. Bonds
Screened Corporate Bonds
Screened Global Bonds
Inflation-Protected Bonds
High Yield Bonds
Emerging Markets Bonds
Ultrashort Bonds
Intermediate Government Bonds
Enhanced Aggregate Bonds
Inflation-Protected Bonds
US Fund Real Estate
Global Real Estate

*Portfolio allocation based on risk tolerance and is subject to change.

With biblically-responsible investing, you can feel good about where your money is going. Our Christian investment services help you build long-term wealth with a diversified portfolio built just for you.

Important Content

Read our full whitepaper and check out our Christian blog articles below

WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT WEALTH AND INVESTING?

WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT WEALTH AND INVESTING?

The bible gives a lot of guidance for how to best live your life, but...

Christian Investors: Should You Avoid Regular Mutual Funds?

Christian Investors: Should You Avoid Regular Mutual Funds?

Webster' s Dictionary defines a blind spot as “an area in which one fails to...

Get Rich With God: Parable Of The Rich Young Ruler

Get Rich With God: Parable Of The Rich Young Ruler

There’s so much that the bible can teach us about wealth—and that includes the lessons...

Parable of The Unjust Steward: Invest in What Lasts

Parable of The Unjust Steward: Invest in What Lasts

Jesus’ parable of the unjust steward and unrighteous wealth, found in Luke 16:1-13, is certainly...

WARNINGS FROM GOD: WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT MONEY?

WARNINGS FROM GOD: WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT MONEY?

What does the bible say about money? A lot, actually. In fact, the word “money”...

FROM FAILURE TO FAITH: WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT INVESTING?

FROM FAILURE TO FAITH: WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT INVESTING?

What does the bible say about investing, and how can we apply these lessons to...

Why Demand Wealth?

We genuinely respect and care about your interests and values, so we help you invest accordingly.We’re just as committed to your portfolio’s performance as we are to ensuring your investments are tailored specifically to you.We connect you with a network of specialists from estate planning attorneys to certified public accountants (CPA’s). Click here to meet our team!Our pricing structure is low and simple: 0.5% annual fee with no transaction fees or hidden costs.We help simplify and organize the complexities of your financial life.At Demand Wealth, we’re driven by the values of our customers. Our Christian financial planning services can help you prepare your financial future in a biblically-responsible manner.

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Demand Principles

What does God say about investing and money management?
How can I construct an investment portfolio that aligns with my beliefs?

Am I taking on too much risk in my investment portfolio?
Is my current financial plan best for me and my family?
Does investing according to my faith mean I’ll see lower returns? Does my current asset allocation align with my beliefs and goals?

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1. Data taken from Evaluator at christianinvestingtool.com and is based on the average of the two largest funds that cover the total US Stock Index.
2. Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) rates investments based on their Environmental impact, Social responsibility and Corporate Governance (ES). The more responsible a company is in those three areas, the higher the score will be. Our portfolio’s ESG rating is taken as a weighted average of all funds included in the portfolio. “A” rate funds have an ESG rating above 5.70. MSCI ESG ratings are taken from www.etf.com.
3. Our core investment strategy is based on the Nobel Prize-Winning Modern Portfolio Theory.