Investors can’t completely avoid placing their funds into all woke companies, but they can avoid investing in the worst of the offenders.
10. Alphabet – GOOG
9. Starbucks – SBUX
8. Apple – AAPL
7. Amazon – AMZN
6. Comcast – CMCSA
5. AT&T – T
4. Nike – NKE
3. Meta (Facebook) – FB
2. Bank of America – BAC
1. Disney – $DIS
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(Article by Bob Rubin republished from RubinWealthAdvisors.com)
Everyone knows who Google is, at least sort of. The search engine giant has become so popular it has turned itself from a company name into an actual verb (I Googled it.). Its name is also attached to advertising, smartphones, and digital payment wallets. Google is everywhere.
It is even in more places than you might think. Google is only one silo under the publicly traded company Alphabet (NASDAQ stock symbol). Alphabet also owns YouTube, Fitbit, Mandiant (cyber security), Looker (business intelligence software), Nest (smart home products), Waze (mobile navigation), and DoubleClick (that’s the advertising arm).
Alphabet has found a way to completely encircle the digital landscape. As an end user of virtually anything, it is nearly impossible to escape daily engagement with at least some portion of the Google empire. As an investor, however, it is easy to escape them and here are few reasons why you should.
It isn’t just that Alphabet accumulates lots of your personal data, it is that have demonstrated repeatedly that they are willing to actively suppress, which means attack, conservative content and the providers of that content. This makes them public enemy number one in terms of companies that should not receive the investment of conservative-earned dollars.
A publicly traded company that is so thoroughly woven throughout the mosaic of daily American lives cannot be supported in its efforts to deny fair access to at least half of the population. More important than its denial of access and its collection of information is their clearly demonstrated willingness to act punitively toward anyone who doesn’t support their woke agenda. Their power is significant. While Alphabet might like to consider itself an information company, they are more of a misinformation, disinformation, and missing information company when it comes to conservatives.
Don’t let Alphabet and its various-owned entities benefit from your investment dollars. There are other ways to find a good return in the marketplace. Just remember, that when you search for those alternative investments, don’t use Google. They likely will not direct your conservative dollars to the right location.
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