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October 27, 2006


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Unless you purchase the stock at its IPO, none of your money is supporting the company at all. So, it comes down to if you have an aversion to saying, "I'm a (miniscule) part-owner of this company."

Personally I could care less. I work for a company that would never make the cut in such a fund. I certainly don't care what a company does (within the law) as long as its a good investment.

Since I publish a socially responsible business website (Latakia's Socially Responsible Business Forum), I am predictably in favor of socially responsible investing. Putting your money where your values are is important for many investors, as many have seen first hand the effects of irresponsible or unethical corporate behavior.

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