Are you invested in gun stocks? Read this if you want to change that

When Missouri mom Andrea Waner heard about the Parkland, Fla. school shooting that claimed 17 lives, she felt broken. But she also felt more motivated than ever to take action against gun violence, so at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, she emailed her financial adviser with a question she was almost afraid to ask: Could she take her $25,000 in retirement savings out of mutual funds that hold gun company stocks and move it elsewhere?

“It felt powerful,” she told MarketWatch. “As a 30-year-old mom, mutual funds aren’t something that are even on my radar. But I thought, I have the power.

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