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Stashers With Pride: Who’s Investing in the Equality Works ETF?

June 16, 2017

1 min read

June means Pride Month! Specifically, LGBTQ Pride. So we decided to take a deeper look at who is investing in the Equality Works ETF on Stash.

This investment includes companies that make a priority of equal rights for their LGBT employees. Investors in this fund have exposure to industry giants Disney, Comcast, and Home Depot as well as prominent tech companies such as PayPal and Tesla.  

So who’s investing in Equality Works on Stash?

Here are the top 10 places where Stashers are tops at investing in equality.

The Equality Works Top 10

  1. Washington, D.C.
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Montana
  4. Oregon
  5. Vermont
  6. Minnesota
  7. Washington
  8. Massachusetts
  9. Maine
  10. Colorado

Who’s investing? Gen Xers and beyond

Stashers in their 30s are most likely to invest in Equality Works, followed by Stashers in their 40s and then 50s. It turns out that Stash users in their 20s are the least likely to have Equality Works in their portfolio.

Fun fact: The average Stasher investing in Equality Works is 36 years old.

If you’re investing in Equality Works, you’re also likely to be interested in…

The largest group of Stashers in Equality Works are moderate risk level investors. Here are the other top funds where they’re likely to put their money::

Do the Right Thing focuses on companies that are rated highly for environmental, social, and governance factors. This investment is also focused on workplace equality, philanthropy and clean water.

Water the World emphasizes companies that prioritize keeping water clean and plentiful.

By Clare Edgerton
Clare is an editorial producer and writer for Stash.

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