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Socially Responsible Investing

In recent years, socially responsible investing, or ethical investing, has quickly gained momentum.

Also coined as impact investing and sustainable investing, socially responsible investing considers the environmental impact, social implications, and corporate governance to select where and how to invest while having a positive societal impact.

 

“More recently, you’ve had very sharp uptick,” Peters said. From the beginning of 2012 to 2014, SRI assets in the U.S.


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How To Invest In Uncertain Times?

This post comes from Jon, who blogs over at PennyThots. There he talks about all things financial and tries to help readers improve their finances one day at a time.

 

We have never been in a period of more uncertainty. We just experienced an election where the result surprised most people. Had you told someone two years ago that Donald Trump would be President, they would have thought you were crazy.
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Here is the Ideal Portfolio to Survive Trump

Donald Trump just won the American presidency. Will that change anything?

All through his presidential campaign, he boasted his ideologies and, very openly, tweeted his thoughts away. He seems to be liked by some given his recent win. However, his win has not changed much in the markets . On November the 9th, when Trump won, the S&P500 closed up 23.62 (1.10% ) and the TSX closed up 99.49 (0.68%) up here in Canada.
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From $75,000 in Debt to Millionaire

I read a lot of personal finance blogs and publications but one thing strikes me; there are so many writers that are telling their heroic stories about how they got out of debt. Guys like Grayson Bell from Debt Roundup is seen like a superhero when he gets out of $75,000  of consumer debt in 4 years.

I am all for getting out of debt and sites like Grayson’s does help thousands of people get out of the debt trap but there is nothing heroic about getting into debt in the first place.
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