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Rabbi Shaya Karlinsky explains how we can still make moral-based investment decisions even when faced with a difficult question like this:
Would you invest in a company that sells self-driving cars if it chose to kill the driver instead of a pedestrian?
People want to think of Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) as easy – just choose good stuff. But it can be quite a bit more complicated.
Join Doug Goldstein and Rabbi Shaya Karlinsky in a discussion about believe-based investing and self-driving cars.
To learn more about Rabbi Shaya Karlinsky, visit his website darchenoam.org
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Linda P. Jones | Below Deck Mediterranean on Bravo
Joe Saul-Sehy | Stacking Benjamins
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