A popular way for investors to put their money where their values are.
By Kayleigh Kulp
September 25, 2018
Socially responsible investing has become a popular way for investors to put their money where their values are. Experts say faith-based investing is now following suit in popularity.
“The faith-based investment approach is predicted to grow, especially as companies see the socially responsible investing agenda as good business,” says Alexander Lowry, professor of finance at Gordon College in Massachusetts.
There are more than 250 socially responsible funds in the United States, of which approximately 40 would fall into the biblically or religiously responsible investing space, says Dwayne Safer, assistant professor of finance at Messiah College in Pennsylvania…
You can also hire a firm that screens faith-based investments for you, such as GuideStone, The Timothy Plan or Sharia Portfolio, to name a few.An excerpt from U.S. News & World Report article.