Would you like your investments to reflect your belief about the importance of contributing to social good and environmental protection? Thankfully, that’s what socially responsible investing (SRI) is all about.
SRI has become increasingly popular over the recent years, and you may see it referred to as environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, values-based investing, ethical investing, or sustainable investing. The financial industry has introduced literally hundreds of these SRI mutual funds and ETFs. These SRI funds invest in companies with a proven commitment to:
Sector-screening funds don’t invest in certain industries like fossil fuels, tobacco, alcohol and gambling. And impact investing funds allow investors to focus their money on certain sectors, like renewable energy and biotech.
Deciding which SRI fund makes sense can be overwhelming, especially when you try to factor in the potential impact of SRI on your investment returns and still achieve a diversified portfolio. This is where an objective, experienced financial advisor can help.
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