Military Times just launched our latest Best for Vets: Employers survey, which evaluates companies based on their culture, policies for military-connected employees and resources they devote to hiring veterans. The survey is open to for-profit companies, nonprofit organizations and government agencies — but only the best will make the cut and be named “Best for Vets”.
The time has come to honor and thank military veterans and gratitude is being extended in many ways. Veterans Day observation is replete with parade and salute to service, vets’ freebies and meal deals as well as job creations. Many companies recruit U.S. veterans and deploy their skillset in profit maximization. Read the entire feature from Zacks.
VETS Indexes takes a unique spin on the environmental, social, and governance investing model by building and promoting indexes built around firms that strongly support America’s veterans. Read the entire feature from Advisors Magazine.
Although Veterans Days is only one day a year, there are ETFs that can honor our Vets throughout the year, and we want to remind investors that aligning principles with principal can provide for the best outcome. With this in mind, we highlight three subjects.
When an advisor is tasked by a client to suggest investments that could take advantage of the United States’ increased military spending, the default play might be to offer alternatives in aerospace and defense exchange-traded funds (ETFs), but what about an option that directly benefits those who served our country?
Let each of us take this opportunity to sincerely thank these brave men and women for serving our great nation in all circumstances, so that we may live in freedom. We also wish the United States Marine Corps a happy 243rd birthday, reaching this milestone on November 10. The service and sacrifices made by each Veteran from all branches of service is to be constantly commended.