MTI087: Being a Socially Responsible Investor with Bill Holliday

Are you socially responsible with your investments?

Bill Holliday joins us to talk about SRIs (Socially Responsible Investments), what qualifies as an SRI, and if there is a place in our portfolio for such a niche type of investment.

Of course, our roundtable jumps on it to share how they invest responsibly and take a random walk down YouTube for a really cool awesome hoverboard video.

Connect with Bill Holliday on Twitter, his website, or check out his podcast on iTunes

Today’s Panelists

Joe Saul-Sehy | Stacking Benjamins Green Room
Miranda Marquit | Money Mastermind Show
Linda P. Jones | Be Wealthy and Smart
Doug Goldstein | Profile-financial.com

For a quick bio of each of our show participants, head on over to our panelists page.

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  • This was an interesting discussion.

    For me, I feel there is a greater benefit is gained by avoiding certain mutual funds that contain companies I don’t agree with more than any adverse affects a company would experience if I didn’t invest in them.

    Let me put it another way: My sleep is more valuable to me than the possible returns I would get if investing with a company I did not agree with on a moral basis.

    It’s not them – it’s me.