21:5 Financial Portfolios
Review our portfolios, investment strategies and methodology, screening categories, and how members use our services.
Learn skills for beginners or experts. Our investing handbooks are categorized by stocks, bonds, and strategies.
Learn the terms of trading, ways to place trades or create orders, and strategies useful with our portfolios.
Many people are unaware that sinful agendas are fueled with hundreds of millions of dollars every year from corporate sponsors, and those corporations are fueled by shareholders' investments. Most mutual funds and ETFs include these companies who either create sinful products themselves or invest in organizations who do, and this makes many well-intentioned investors shareholders of them.
Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) only buys honorable companies and encourages change in those with offensive practices. BRI also includes strong financial stewardship by seeking returns that help investors reach their financial goals. It operates on the principle that God primarily holds owners of companies accountable for their behavior. As shareholders of a corporation, investors are the owners of it and should be responsible in their investment choices for righteousness, love of our neighbor, and the glory of God.