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WHAT SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENTS MAY AVOID
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Below are many investments that investors may avoid out of their ethical concerns:

? Alcohol

? Tobacco

? Weaponry, both personal and military

? Casinos

? The production, marketing, and selling of sexually explicit material

? Products known to pollute the environment

? Companies with poor labor and employee relations

? Companies that underrepresent women and minorities in their leadership

? Companies that invest in nations that have questionable human rights records

? Companies that support political or social goals with which an investor does not agree

? Companies with objectionable working conditions

? Companies that break child labor laws

? Nuclear power

? Companies that test their products on animals or that use animal by-products

? Government bonds that invest in any of the above, especially military products

After an investor screens out opportunities he or she opposes, what is left to invest in? On the next screen, we will cover many opportunities that socially conscious investors like.




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