ETF Fund – American Conservative Values ETF’s (NYSE: ACVF) ($ACVF) interview with Bill Flaig, CEO/Founder.

Dec 7, 2023

American Conservative Values ETF’s (NYSE: ACVF) Bill Flaig, Founder/CEO, and New to The Street’s Jane King discuss the Fund’s conservative investment criteria at the New York Stock Exchange Studio. The Fund looks for investments in conservative-run companies seeking growth for its politically conservative investors. Bill explains that many investors don’t realize that their 401(k) and other investment instruments have financial positions in public companies whose management teams are more involved with political ideologies than running a business effectively. Management with political agendas hurt shareholder returns, tarnishing the brands of goods and services produced. Unknowingly, an investor’s money might be within investment funds with companies who restrict and promote negativity on conservative attitudes, promoting it on social media platforms, reducing banking access, and even denying goods/services to conservatives. After 25 years in the mutual fund business, Bill and his partner decided to start ACVF as an investment vehicle to capitalize on entities not taking a political stance and talking politics. The Fund’s management wants to improve bottom-line earnings and fiduciary growth for their conservative investors. ACVF is a proper conservative investment ETF that slightly beats the S&P in percentage gains and recently received a Morning Star “4-Star” rating. Bill and his team boycotted many companies that were hostile to conservative values. ACVF’s managers strongly believe the economic tool of denying companies capital is a powerful motivation for management to change course and focus on business, not political policies. The ETF has diversified large-cap positions to provide large-cap performance and risk management without woke ideologies. Investment Thesis: “American Conservative Values ETF (NYSE: ACVF) is based on the conviction that politically active companies negatively impact their shareholder returns, as well as support issues and causes opposed to conservative political ideals, beliefs, and values.” Anyone wanting to learn more can visit the ACVF website: Investors cannot make a stock position directly with the Fund, and all investments need to facilitate themselves through a brokerage account. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit American Conservative Values ETF (NYSE: ACVF) – The Fund is structured as an ETF and, as a result, is subject to special risk. Information contained herewith is not an offer to buy/sell the stated Fund; always seek the advice of an investment representative prior to an investment decision. Ridgeline Research, LLC is the adviser for the Fund).

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