Biblically Responsible Investing Have you ever considered your values in your investment choices? At Blackmont Advisors, we seek to inspire others to align their long-term planning and financial strategies – including investment choices -- to their values. In keeping with our mission and vision, we specialize in a growing area of socially responsible investing known as Faith-based Investing or Biblically Responsible Investing (abbreviated “BRI”).BRI seeks to help investors align their investment choices to biblical values in a spirit of love and compassion, by avoiding companies that profit from activities that are not honoring to God or that cause harm to their neighbor. For the Christian believer who is striving to honor God in every area of life – including relationships, business ethics, and personal finances – BRI creates an opportunity to make how we invest and save for the future an extension of our ongoing, vital act of daily worship (see Romans 12:1 and 1 Corinthians 10:31.) Further, it is entirely possible to adopt the BRI framework within a well-diversified portfolio designed to help clients address their individual needs, risk tolerance, and future goals.* Blackmont Advisors is committed to excellence in Biblically Responsible Investing. In the stewarding of the resources entrusted to you, if our mission and vision resonate with you and you would like to learn more about aligning your investment choices to your values, we invite you to contact us. You may also learn more about BRI by following the links below.Additional Links:How BRI WorksComparison of BRI and SRI Used by Permission © Loran Graham*Investing in stocks involves risk, including loss of principal. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. There is no guarantee that a diversified portfolio will enhance overall returns or outperform a non-diversified portfolio. Diversification does not protect against market risk. For social, moral, and faith based investments, returns may be lower than if the investor made decisions based solely on other investment considerations, but they could also be higher.