2) Socially responsible investing
(SRI):An investment approach that, in addition to conventional investment criteria based on financial metrics, places emphasis on a company's CSR activities, its contributions in the areas of the environment and society, and its record of corporate governance.
There are websites you can visit to find out more information on socially responsible investing
The number of religious mutual funds, one of the subgroups under the socially responsible investing
umbrella, has more than doubled in the past three years, from 34 in 1999 to 75 now, compared with more than 7,000 mutual funds operating in the United States, according to an analysis by Thomson Financial's Wealth Management Group.
With socially responsible investing
gaining mainstream approval, more investors are considering how a well-chosen SRI fund might enhance their portfolio returns
In the United States, socially responsible investing
is a growth industry.
This points out some of the difficulty in socially responsible investing
There are some downsides to socially responsible investing
The Wall Street Transcript has just published its Socially Responsible Investing
and Investing Strategies Report, a report offering a timely review of the sector to serious investors and industry executives.
The move marks the firm's commitment to supporting asset managers who follow socially responsible investing
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- CHRISTOPHER H.
Market data show that socially responsible investing
can earn a "triple bottom line"--meaning it is not only profitable for your bank account, but for people and the environment as well.
That's where socially responsible investing
comes into play.