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Watercooler: Help with socially responsible investing

Published March 17, 2013 12:20 am
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Would you like your investment portfolio to reflect your personal social and environmental concerns? If so, you might want to explore socially responsible investing (SRI). Several websites offer a wide range of insights about this particular type of investing. Here is a sampling:

CFA Institute • Features 10 tips for SRI, including setting goals and objectives, and investigating SRI vehicles, at http://cfa.is/YDr1bf.

The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investing • Offers informative guide to SRI investing, at http://bit.ly/UwmxnU.

Green America • Provides overview of social investing, in question and answer format, at http://bit.ly/YPcsOP.

Investopedia • Offers brief description of socially responsible investing, with links to further SRI topic reads, at http://bit.ly/VKXLAF.

TIAA-CREF • Spotlights SRI strategies and how they work, at http://bit.ly/WXMPBF.




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