Your Money, Your Values
With OpenInvest, you can mix and match the things you care about. We will integrate all of your values to create a portfolio that reflects the whole you. You can even tweak further by pulling in and out individual companies. Here are some of the issues you can select from:
American corporations spend hundreds of millions of dollars each year to support candidates and shape policy at both the state and national levels.
CO2 and other carbon emissions are understood to be the primary anthropogenic (man-made) contributor to climate change.
The DAPL is an oil pipeline built to carry crude oil through indigenous land in North Dakota to an oil tank farm in Illinois, threatening native rights and the environment.
Despite the various benefits of global forests, from fostering biodiversity to helping clear greenhouse gasses, humans are destroying forests at a rate of approximately 50 football fields every minute.
Fossil fuels, such as petroleum (oil), coal, and natural gas, constantly harm our environment in every stage from extraction to consumption.
Gun violence is one of the most high impact issues facing American society today: 2017 saw over 15,600 gun-related deaths (42 per day), and 346 different mass shootings.
While the battle to legalize gay marriage dominated many of the conversations about gay rights in recent years, workplace rights and protection against workplace discrimination have always been major concerns for LGBTQ activists.
The prison industrial complex (PIC) includes all the actors profiting from America’s broken incarceration system and the millions of incarcerated Americans it exploits.
The scale of the current global refugee crisis is unprecedented in recorded history, with 1 out of every 113 people now forcibly displaced, and 34,000 joining their ranks every day.
Human trafficking, forced labor, and other forms of exploitation are widespread in global supply chains. An estimated 21 million people are currently victims of trafficking, with a quarter of victims under the age of 18.
Each year, tobacco kills 480,000 people in the US alone, with almost 10% of those deaths coming from second hand smoke. Big Tobacco is known for its deceitful and exploitative marketing tactics.
Many Americans feel upset, disenfranchised, and frightened by the election of Donald Trump to the American presidency, as well as his subsequent selections for cabinet positions.