FAQs

I love the idea, but I do not want to sacrifice performance.

We understand the importance of performance. Nobody wants to leave money on the table. For that reason, ACVF is not “ideologically pure,” but a balance between performance and advocacy. ACVF is a diversified large-cap portfolio that maintains sector and style exposure similar to the overall market. We are seeking to balance performance, competitive with benchmarks such as the S&P 500 and Russell 1000, with the advocacy of boycotting the worst-offending liberal companies. If we boycotted all the “liberal” companies, sadly we would not have many left to invest in. We cannot boycott them all, so we start with the worst.

Your holdings make no sense? Why aren’t you boycotting abc or xzy corp, they are very liberal?

If we boycotted all the “liberal” companies, sadly we would not have many to invest in. The easiest way to evaluate our holdings is to look at what we do not own, our Boycotts. What we do own is largely the result of our diversified large-cap portfolio construction and not an endorsement of the companies ideological purity, they simply are not the worst. 

Please email us or take our survey, and let us know which are your most liberal companies.

How do I get the best trade Execution?

Our recommended best practice when trading any ETF is to always use limit orders particularly before 10am.

How can I share my insights with the management team?

Please email us or take our survey, and let us know your liberal companies to help us build a community of conservative investors.

How can I buy it?

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How does not owning their stock hurt the company?

Our favorite is executive compensation. Typically, senior managers are rewarded when their companies stock price rises. When we sell their stock or withhold from buying, it is less likely to go up. For example, the largest, large-cap ETF owns over $7 billion dollars of Facebook (FB). If half of those dollars are politically conservative and investors subsequently sell FB, it will be noticed.