Inspire Launches New International Biblical ETF [NYSE: WWJD]

The only drawback I see with this ETF is its high expense ratio. Currently, the ratio is 0.8%. Generally, you want a ratio between 0.5% to 0.75% .
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The only drawback I see with this ETF is its high expense ratio. Currently, the ratio is 0.8%. Generally, you want a ratio between 0.5% to 0.75% .

San Jose, Calif., October 1, 2019 – Inspire Investing, a leading biblically responsible investing firm that specializes in index based, biblically responsible ETFs, has just launched the Inspire International ESG ETF trading under the ticker WWJD. This is Inspire’s 5th fund launch in 2 years, building on the success of their previous biblical ETFs and continuing their aggressive effort to advance the biblically responsible investing (BRI) movement.

With an expense ratio of 0.80%, the Inspire International ESG ETF (NYSE: WWJD) is a faith-based ESG (environmental, social and governance) ETF comprised of 150 biblically aligned large cap companies outside of the United States, as measured by Inspire’s revolutionary Inspire Impact Score methodology, which measures a company’s positive impact on the world. WWJD is equally weighted, rebalanced quarterly, and reconstituted annually, requiring constituents to have a minimum $5B market cap or higher and be domiciled outside the US.

Here is what Inspire CEO, Robert Netzly, had to say about the new fund launch,

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