Invest your values
Investors, communities, and individuals can align their values with their actions, and take responsibility for the resources they control
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We track investments

For individuals – Aligning investments with values requires that you know what you own – but it’s almost impossible to know what individual companies you own if you’re invested through mutual funds. We’re starting to change that. It’s easy to feel powerless in the face of giant corporations, but you can harness your personal economic power to confront big business.

For institutions and activists - Use this tool to help you dig in to institutional investments, including cities, towns, universities, colleges, or even your faith community. Understanding institutional investments means that we can move the money in our communities out of war and weapons.

Military contractors and weapon manufacturers

Military weapon companies derive their profits from military interventions, the global arms trade, and the militarization of our streets. Across thousands of mutual funds, we track:

  • The largest military contractors fueling global warfare
  • Manufacturers of banned weapons like cluster bombs and landmines
  • Companies involved in the construction of nuclear arms
Gun makers and retailers

If you own mutual funds, there’s a good chance that you own shares of gun manufacturers profiting from the bloodshed of mass shootings and gun violence. See if your funds are invested in:

  • Leading manufacturers of firearms and ammo
  • Gun retailers selling handguns, shotguns, rifles, and ammunition – including high-capacity magazines and semiautomatic weapons
How to make your investments match your values
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Search for mutual funds and ETFs by name, ticker, or asset manager. We have thousands of U.S. equity funds in our database.
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See your results. For each fund, we track companies that make military weapons, and guns and ammunition for the civilian market.
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Look for cleaner options. Sort and compare to find funds that fit your investing needs.
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Talk to your financial advisor or retirement plan manager about weapon free investing.
Tracking billions in weapon investments
Investing in weapon companies isn’t just a moral question. Weapon investments carry real financial risks.

Over the past years, a growing divestment movement – including universities, religious organizations, individual investors, retirement funds, mutual funds, and other financial institutions – are responding to this risk by divesting all or some of their weapon investments.

Use Weapon Free Funds to search for mutual funds and see if they’re invested in weapon companies. If they are, you can use our database to find comparable options that meet your specific needs.

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