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Ethical investment
An investment philosophy that avoids nasty companies.
    
Nasty is in the eye of the beholder, but normally includes arms companies, alcohol companies and companies considered to be environmentally harmful. When looking at these funds ensure that their definition of ethical matches yours. Socially responsible investing describes an investment strategy which combines the intentions to maximize both financial return and social good.
    
In general, socially responsible investors favor corporate practices with practices in line with environmentalism, consumer protection, quality, and diversity. Some (but not all) also avoid businesses involved in alcohol, tobacco, gambling, weapons and the military industry, and/or abortion.
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