- Oct 20, 2016
Basically he is relentlessly shilling for a supposedly "Biblically responsible" family of investment funds. They are, of course, one of his main sponsors, so his advice is scarcely disinterested. I have actually thought of contacting the Federal Trade Commission about whether he should be required to make more disclosures when he pushes unsophisticated callers toward these funds, but so far I have concluded that perhaps his "ministry" (as he characterizes it) does more good than harm.
These funds are theoretically "Biblically responsible" because they do not invest in companies that support pornography, gambling, abortion and other such nastiness. Ergo, God supposedly smiles upon your shekels when you place them with these funds.
Do you have evidence that claim has ever been made or again are you simply making accusations without any evidence? My understanding is that this forum frowns upon that........
Animal cruelty, weapons of mass destruction, shady political activities, unbridled greed, business ethics that would make The Donald blush - does Dan Celia care about any of these? No, just stay away from companies that actively support pornography, gambling and abortion and God will be happy. What a pathetic joke!