Biblically Responsible Investing with Robert Netzly

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Biblically Responsible Investing with Robert Netzly
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Welcome back to the Pass the Secret Sauce podcast. In this episode, let’s uncover how Robert Netzly and his company made impressive records of financial investments. Robert Netzly is the Founder and CEO of Inspire Investing, the world’s largest provider of faith-based ETFs. He is also the best-selling author of his book “Biblically Responsible Investing: For God’s Glory and Your Joy”. Robert lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife and five children where they enjoy being in the great outdoors as often as possible.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Robert’s dinner table with family [3:48]
  • His academic background, first job as a martial arts teacher [5:56]
  • Career path, being into car dealership and doing sales [8:20]
  • What led him to founding the Inspire Investing [10:50]
  • Biblical-type of investing [12:42]
  • Finding the right tools and people to make his business venture going [14:55]
  • Mentoring hundreds of Christian financial advisors [16:05]
  • Approach to identifying investment opportunities [17:04]
  • Getting known — appearing to NY Times, Fox News and media outlets [19:10]
  • Specific industries they put their investment into [20:33]
  • How to manage and be good steward of your talents, skills and money [23:00]
  • Checking out Inspire Insights and its products [24:45]

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