MTI087: Being a Socially Responsible Investor with Bill Holliday

Learn how to be a socially responsible investor…

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 RoomMiranda 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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Comments

  1. 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.

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