Just a gimmick?
Many are skeptical of faith-based investing. I know I was when I first heard about it 15 years ago. In fact, I rejected its validity for about 8 years into my investing career. Then God start to convict me on where I was investing not only my money, but the money of my clients. I mean if these clients had strong morals and values and knew about the ability to invest in a morally conscious manner, didn’t I as an advisor have the responsibility to at least start the conversation?
Many advisors seem to be neglect one important fact: It’s your money and not your advisor’s money. Regardless of where your advisor sits on the faith side of investing, our approach at Faith-Based Investor makes perfect financial sense. Building a solid portfolio with quality companies, gold, silver, and other commodities is a great idea regardless of the faith-based screening we do. If your advisor isn’t willing to listen to your requests, I would start interviewing an advisor who is in line with your beliefs and willing to listen to you. A relationship should be a two way street and communication is critical. If your advisor won’t listen to you, that’s a red flag in my book…
What are your thoughts? Is faith-based investing just a gimmick?
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