Christian values, only $25.98

By Felix Salmon
December 21, 2009

Baptist values are going cheap! They’re only $25.27 per share, while Methodist values are $25.55, Lutheran values are $25.56, and Catholic values are $25.98 — the same price as general Christian values.

All these values are brought to you by the good people at FatihShares (“Invest with Conviction”). I’m seeing a long-Baptist, short-Catholic relative value play here; I’m just sad that I can’t get the video of this morning’s NYSE bell-ringing to work. I was hoping for something a bit more transcendant than usual.

(Via Crigger)

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…and then there’s “FatwahShares” (invest by prescription)

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