A New Strategy for Socially Responsible Investing


online.wsj.com | Published Sept. 21, 2014 4:57 p.m. ET

By Dave McCabe

Ten years ago, the goal of socially responsible investing was to simply screen out or divest portfolios of objectionable companies. It has evolved since then and today the approach to socially responsible investing (SRI) is a more positive one—to help investors make financial decisions that reflect their morals and, in many cases, inspire positive policy changes at large companies.

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