Is Your Investment Portfolio Hiding Guns or Cigarettes?
Nineteen-year old Nikolas Cruz brought a semi-automatic weapon into a high school in Parkland, Florida.
On Valentine’s Day, he killed 17 people. The massacre outraged a nation that’s split on its feelings about gun control.
But some of the most fervent anti-gun protesters would be shocked to know the truth.
Many own gun-making companies in their retirement accounts.
In fact, most index funds (and plenty of actively managed funds) contain stocks that might conflict with your ethical standards.
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