Snoop Dogg and Other Celebs Take a Stand by Divesting from Gun Stocks

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December 10, 2015 Equities.com | HIP Team
Snoop Dogg and Other Celebs Take a Stand by Divesting from Gun Stocks

 

Is Your Portfolio an Accomplice to Mass Shootings? Guns And Ammo Makers Could be Hiding in Your Portfolio and 401(k)

 

“Several hip-hop rappers are known for their intense lyrics about guns and firefights – but not about investing. That is, until this year.

 

Since May 2015, iconic rapper Snoop Dogg (net worth estimated at $135 million), along with middle-linebacker Bobby Wagner of the Seattle Seahawks, forward Matt Barnes of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies, and angel investor Ron Conway all have something in common. They are all native Californians and multi-millionaires – and they are also taking a stand against the recurring gun violence by targeting the top gun manufacturers for divestment from mutual funds who own those equities, especially funds listed in a 401(k).”

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