Inherit well, be contrarian, and live for a very long time.
Recent trends show that passive sustainable funds are growing significantly faster than active ones.
While the near-term impact of the change may be small, the long-term implications could be tremendous.
The reasons for sticking to local stocks are fewer by the day.
To hedge or not to hedge?
And a short primer on the strategy.
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