Judith Seid likes to keep the big picture in mind, particularly when it comes to investing. The financial adviser and head of Blue Summit Financial Group in La Mesa practices socially responsible investing, also known as SRI, an area that has been gaining momentum with investors over the last few years. In SRI, investors look to place their money with companies and funds that match their political, social or moral beliefs, whether it's gun control, workers' rights, energy efficiency or abortion. Clients can avoid investing in weapons manufacturers, for example, or seek out companies that support land conservation. "To put it simply, socially responsible investing is a way to align your values with your money," Seid said in a recent interview. To learn more, click the link below.
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