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Inspire's 5-Star International ETF Still Outperforming Benchmark at Four Year Anniversa

After receiving the prestigious 5-Star Morningstar Rating1 earlier in the year, Inspire's biblically responsible international ETF (NYSE: WWJD) continues to beat the S&P International 700 on its 4-year anniversary. WWJD landed in the top 6 percentile out of 679 funds in Morningstar's Foreign Large Blend category, based on total returns over the last three years (as of September 30, 2023).

After four years, WWJD, a 5-star international ETF, is still outperforming its benchmark.

Inspire CEO, Robert Netzly, says, "We are thrilled to see the continued growth of WWJD. Using Biblically Responsible Investing not only gives a moral framework for international investing but is proving to be a solid financial strategy for anyone looking for international exposure in their portfolio. Along with seeking high performing companies, WWJD follows the BRI approach to effectively screen for morally objectionable activities in countries outside the U.S."

About WWJD

With an expense ratio of 0.80%, The Inspire International ETF [NYSE: WWJD] invests in biblically-aligned, large-cap companies outside the United States, as measured by the Inspire Impact Score™. The Inspire Impact Score methodology is an objective, rules-based scoring system that identifies some of the world's most inspiring, biblically aligned companies to invest in. By applying a faith-based perspective, this scoring system seeks out businesses that are a blessing to their customers and communities, workforce, and the world while excluding those that operate at odds with biblical values.

WWJD has grown rapidly along with Inspire's other biblically responsible ETFs, pushing total assets under management over $2 billion and helping Inspire gain recognition by FA Magazine seven times since 2017, making the Top 50 Fastest Growing Firms list three times in a row. Inspire was recognized in The Financial Times "Americas' Fastest Growing Companies" 2021 and 2022 report, as well as the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America four years running.

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