Proverbs 27:23 instructs, “Know well the condition of your flocks, and give attention to your herds.” Today we hear that as, “Watch your investments closely to make sure they provide a return.” But could it mean something more? Could that verse also teach that we should watch how our investments provide a return? Are we putting our money into godly ventures? Do we even know? Financial planner and teacher Rob West takes on that topic with Jason Myhre of Eventide Asset Management.
- Eventide talks a lot about business yet it's a company that offers investments to people. What’s the connection between business and investing?
- So there’s more at stake in investing than making or losing money. Our values and ethics are on the line, as well.
- What does Eventide do differently to help people invest based on their values?
- Listeners can find out more at https://investeventide.com
Next, Rob and Steve answer these questions at 800-525-7000 or via email at Questions@MoneyWiseLive.org:
- If you're in your mid-50s, have an emergency fund and no debt and have a managed account that's gone up and down and hasn't made any headway, what should you do? SOUNDMINDINVESTING.ORG
- If you've added as an authorized user of a credit card, does the credit history apply to your credit status?
- Are AAA memberships a good idea if you plan on doing some traveling soon?
- If you're in about $35,000 in debt and have started a snowball debt reduction plan and have recently come into $10,000, should you use the money to pay off the debt or invest in piece of property you think will appreciate?
- If you're expecting a baby in 3 months, are investing your money but want to optimize the investments for your new child, what should you do?
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