The tool tells you the amount and type of gun stock owned by each fund.

The tool tells you the amount and type of gun stock owned by each fund.

You can influence the gun debate by making sure you’re not investing in gun stocks.

“Goodbye Gun Stocks” is an easy-to-use online tool that can help you identify gun stocks in your investment portfolio and find gun-free funds worthy of your investment dollars. The #GoodbyeGunStocks team analyzed over 12,000 US stock funds based on public SEC data and found that 35% of the funds include gun-related stocks totaling $17.3 billion in investments.

According to Reuter’s report, “Since Obama was elected in 2009, mutual funds have raised their stakes from $30 million to approximately $510 million in the nation’s two largest gun manufacturers with publicly traded shares, Smith & Wesson Corp (SWHC.O) and Sturm, Ruger & Co (RGR.N). That means such stocks are now common in retirement and college savings plans.”

Make sure your money isn’t supporting gun companies and the mayhem they cause.

Check out GoodbyeGunstocks.com today!

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