Corporate governance: Not all companies are run by managers who are committed to responsible, ethical behavior. Investors following this style seek out well-run companies and press the less-than-the-best to change.
Environmental issues: Are your concerns centered on the use of natural resources, carbon emissions, and sustainability of the world around us? Many companies share your concern and make good investments.
International affairs: Maybe you don't want to support corrupt governments or finance wars. That's fair. And your money doesn't have to do that, either. You can use your investments to influence global issues.
Religious beliefs: Your faith may guide many aspects of your life, and maybe you'd like to include it in your financial planning. By carefully choosing the companies you invest in, you can keep the peace between your religious beliefs and investment strategies.
Social change: Want to invest in companies that make good products, treat workers well, and contribute to the betterment of society while avoiding those that don't have great reputations? This is the style for you.