Ever wonder what exactly you’re investing in? As the corporate landscape is changing by environmental, social and government regulations, investors are more concerned with what industries and companies their money is invested in.
The Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) movement of the ‘90s was met with disappointment as investors soon realized investing with a conscience didn’t result in competitive returns. That isn’t the case today. Stockholders can take advantage of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds that focus on building wealth and supporting one’s values.
Read Investor Network’s blog on Socially Responsible ETFs that could support your environmental and social values.