Many investors find the idea of socially responsible investing (SRI), appealing. What makes a company socially responsible? How can you solve ethical dilemmas that can arise in business? Rabbi Shaya Karlinsky, head of Darche Noam institutions, explains how Jewish thought can answer some of the most difficult moral questions in the investment world today. Should you invest in a self-driving car company that pre-programs its cars to kill pedestrians? Is it appropriate to invest in a tobacco company? Apart from moral issues, another question that investors often ask is what form their investment should take – stocks and bonds, or real estate? Find out what you need to know about investing in real estate and being a good landlord. Follow Rabbi Karlinsky at: www.darchenoam.org and on Twitter @Shapells.