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Some of the most well known applications of socially responsible investing were religiously motivated. Investors would avoid “sinful” companies, such as those associated with products such as guns, liquor , and tobacco . The modern socially responsible investing movement evolved with the political climate of the 1960s. Economic development projects started or managed by Dr. Martin Luther King, like the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Operation Breadbasket Project in Chicago, established the model for future socially responsible investing efforts. King combined ongoing dialog with boycotts and direct action targeting specific ...
Smart investing involves choosing investments that are secure and have the potential to earn positive returns. Some investors also believe it involves choosing funds that are socially responsible. Do you know what types of companies your stocks and mutual funds are invested in? You may be surprised to find that your money is funding Big Tobacco or companies that contribute to Earth's pollution. If you are concerned that your own morals may be compromised by some of the investment products you own, you should consider making socially responsible investments instead. Socially ... Read More
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