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Screening for violation-free portfolios.

U.S. Stocks Available

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Stocks with Violations

  • 11% 11%

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ETFs with Violations

  • 55% 55%

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Mutual Funds with Violations

  • 88% 88%

Source: eValueator (www.evalueator.com), July 2016

What kinds of violations can you screen for?

Abortifacient

Manufacturer. There are several methods of birth control (drugs, chemical agents, devices, etc.), which are routinely described as “contraceptives”, however, some birth control methods act as “abortifacients”, by preventing the fertilized egg from being implanted, or by causing a premature delivery.

Hospital

As part of their list of services, this hospital has chosen to perform abortions for profit.

Fetal Tissue

Scientific experimentation performed upon or using tissue taken from human fetuses where the embryo is destroyed during stem cell harvesting. A human embryo is the earliest stage of human life. Ironically, adult stem cells have been successful in treating and curing 65 human diseases, while embryonic stem cells have not cured a single one. Adult stem cells are obtained from body tissues such as bone marrow, umbilical cord blood, fat cells, etc., and do not destroy life. Human Embryonic Stem Cell (hESC) lines adhering to the 2010 National Institutes of Health (NIH) guidelines, which retain the current ban on federal support for creating or destroying embryos, and reaffirm the current prohibition against cloning (SCNT), are deemed not to destroy life.

Philanthropy

Providing charitable aid or donations to non-profit organizations which include foundations that pay for abortions, provide emergency contraception pills, birth control pills and/or pursue “reproductive freedom”, like Planned Parenthood, to everyone, regardless of age.

Film

Produces soft-core or hardcore pornographic movies, miniseries, other types of programming, or commercials with the purpose of promoting sexual
arousal in the viewer, often featuring depictions of nudity and sexual activity.

Games

Publishes computer and/or video games that contain graphic sex or nudity.

Internet

Distributes pornography by means of the internet through free or subscription-based websites.

Television

Distributes pornographic films through cable, pay-per-view (PPV) or video-on-demand channels.

Retail

Sells pornographic material, or owns or operates one or more sex shops (erotic shops), either from a physical store front location or from the internet. These retail stores sell or rent products such as sex toys, pornographic/erotic videos, books, or magazines, or items used in the practice of sadomasochism, or exploitative sexual deviancy, or display images of erotic lingerie.

Film

Produces theatrically-released movies, made-for-TV movies, miniseries, sitcoms, other types of programming, or commercials that promote the homosexual lifestyle as an acceptable alternative lifestyle. These feature gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender characters or issues and may have samesex romance or relationships as an acceptable and important plot device.

Legislation

Supports federal legislation that affects the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.

Augmentation

Manufactures products/pharmaceuticals used for sexual reassignment procedures and/or hormone replacement therapies that alter genital and other physical characteristics. Some transsexual people opt for reassignment surgery to align their physical sexual characteristics with their emotional and psychological identity.

Sponsor

Has formed a business relationship with GLBTQ (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender/transsexual, and/or questioning) organization(s) or events. In anattempt to gain marketing and community relations opportunities, money, products or services are exchanged for corporate recognition for their involvement.

Film

Produces motion pictures, miniseries, sitcoms, other types of programming, or commercials containing sexually graphic, violent or profane material.

Internet

Provides easy access to websites containing content unsuitable for all ages. This includes alcohol-related websites, social networking sites (can open the door to pedophiles), the broadcasting of new and/or old movies, miniseries, or other types of programming containing sexually graphic, violent or profane material.

Games

Publishes physical games and/or computer/video games that are sometimes considered controversial, due to the depiction of graphic violence, sexual themes, adver-gaming (a form of advertising in games), simulated gambling, consumption of drugs, consumption of alcohol or tobacco, profanity, propaganda (including same sex encounters), satanic, witchcraft, or anti-Christian themes.

Television

Distributes anti-family programming through cable, pay-per-view (PPV) or video-on-demand channels.

Arming Terrorists

Supplies military equipment, weapons and/or technology of war to terrorist sponsoring nations.

Labor

Un-mandated labor rights or workers’ rights; where there are no labor relations between workers and their employers. This includes cheap labor, no independent unions and impoverished migrant laborers.

Regime

Conducts business with countries having oppressive, often tyrannical, systems of government.

Persecution

Conducts business in countries where there are known human rights violations because of persecution or severe discrimination against Christians.

Terrorist

Conducts business with terrorist sponsoring nations.

If it’s important to you, we’ll find a “clean” replacement together.

If it’s not important to you, we’ll invest in that company.

Simple as that.

Don’t you want your savings to be able to support your ideal culture in the same way your buying decisions do?

How It Works

Screen your existing investments

I will identify for you what is being supported through the companies you invest in, and the companies/causes THEY support.

You evaluate

If there are any changes you would like to make, share with me why these companies don’t meet your criteria. I’ll keep good notes for the future.

Find suitable replacements

Simply finding companies that don’t violate is one thing; finding “clean” companies in the right sector of the economy that also have strong balance sheets, performance, and favorable valuations is another.