Socially Responsible Investing: 3 Funds That Are Beating The Market


seekingalhpa.com| November 25, 2015

There’s a powerful trend emerging in the investing world. Investors are building portfolios based on their morals and values. Dubbed “socially responsible investing,” or SRI, these investors align their investments with their values by avoiding companies with poor environmental, social or governance practices.

Like their counterparts, sustainable investors also want to earn a good financial return on their investment. They don’t want to sacrifice performance for social impact. And these days, they don’t have to. For the last several years, the returns on socially responsible investments have risen sharply – and… read more>


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