Faith-Based Investing

by Cara Scatizzi

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The number of faith-based mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) has grown tremendously over the last few years.

These funds make investments based on th

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Cara Scatizzi is a former associate financial analyst at AAII.


Darrin from Louisiana posted over 2 years ago:

FaithShares is in the process of closing down its ETFs. They already closed 4 of 5 funds, and the fifth is closing on August 31st. It's too bad. I thought it was a good idea.

Terrence from Colorado posted over 2 years ago:

Who can rationally buy this "faith based" nonsense? People who choose to blatantly ignore 400,000 years of the religious history of mankind?
They are more suited to feeding the Charlatans that rage on about all the absurdities of the bible, koran, talmud--give your money to them-you'll certainly be rewarded--Oh yeah!

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