As this finance unit was coming to consensus I was getting overly stressed with the investment presentation which was originally going to take place on thursday. Turns out it was designed to make us feel this way because from the start we were concentrating on PROFIT.
Today I was enlightened: I learned one investment secret not everyone is aware off or believes in. Ready?
I found out that there is a way to invest where you gain even if you loose. WHAT?
Yes, it's true, by loosing money you can still win. Sounds ironic but I promisse it's simpler than it sounds.
Reality is that the world is fixated on money.
In china, workers of the FOXCONN industry are paid live to work non-stop, 24/7 schedule with a daily income of only $3; the amount of money you use to buy a soda or a milky way chocolate.
People were so unhappy that they started jumping off the work faculty and committing suicide. Instead of assisting their employees the company set up huge nets along the sides to avoid the deaths as they jumped off and keep them alive for more work. I surely wouldn't like to invest in a company with such ethics, no matter if it's the most successful, growing and revenue convenient stock out there.
The new challenge will be finding a balance between a company that concentrates in the people/ planet but offers an economically attractive revenue in a time span of two years.
I can conclude that now that the motivation is not only numerical it is leading me to discover facts and data about companies that are an inspiration and I would love supporting.
whats the best socially responsible investment the ia can make with $3000?
I am sure that the final companies we choose to invest in will not necessarily be the most popular ones in the market but ones that are ethical and use the world of business as an opportunity to be happy by giving out more than they keep for themselves :)