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Do well by doing good.

This is how we approach wealth creation at Green Chip Stocks.

While there are plenty of ways to play the stock market, we prefer to profit by adhering to an investment discipline known as socially responsible investing, which considers things like environmental, social and corporate governance criteria to generate long-term financial returns as well as a positive social impact.

Although socially responsible investing is sometimes ridiculed by the old guard, the fact is, companies that operate in a socially-responsible manner often perform quite well. Take Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), for instance. Here’s a company that successfully offered an alternative to the internal combustion vehicle – which is a major contributor to climate change, water, and air pollution.

Tesla debuted on the NASDAQ at $19.00a share. In June of 2017, the stock hit $387 a share.


Or consider Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ: WFM), the organic food retailer that made a lot of early investors a lot of money.


Amazon actually announced the acquisition of Whole Foods in July, 2017, offering Whole Foods $13.4 billion for the organic food store.

Over the years, we’ve done quite well by investing in companies just like Tesla and Whole Foods, and as a result, our members have pulled in dozens of triple-digit gains.

One area that has really paid off for us lately is the legal cannabis market. In fact, we’ve done so well with legal cannabis stocks that I actually wrote an e-book on the subject, which you can get access to by clicking this link.

Green Chip Stocks' members receive weekly updates from me. These updates include market analysis, stock picks, and reviews of current stocks in the portfolio. As well, I alert all members to new crowdfunding opportunities designed to allow regular investors the opportunity to invest in private companies. We’ve already invested in a number of private companies operating in the solar, wind, and legal cannabis industries, and there are plenty more to come.

Click here to join us today, and get some of this action for yourself.

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