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