Sustainable investing is an investment approach that uses environmental, social, and corporate governance criteria. Explore our insights and see how you can incorporate sustainability into your portfolio.
2021 Annual ESG Risk/Return Analysis
COP26 Insights from Sustainalytics
Investing in Times of Climate Change
Global Sustainable Fund Flows Report
Hidden ESG Risks May Lurk in Your Portfolio
U.S. Funds Sustainability Landscape
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When we invest, we finance the future. Our choices are diverse. Our definitions of success are varied. But, for every investor, today’s strategies require new combinations of data. Risk. Performance. Impact. It’s your world. Are you invested?
More Articles and Videos About Sustainable Investing
What to Expect From This Year’s Proxy-Voting Season
Watch proxy votes at Big Oil and Starbucks. What to do if a company ignores you.
3 Stocks That Stress Equal Pay As We Observe International Women’s Day
American Express, Citigroup, and Adobe are leading the charge in pay equity.
How Are U.S. Asset Managers Voting on Corporate Political Activity?
Investors need transparency from managers to make informed decisions on how to invest their values.
A New Paradigm for Understanding Risk
Will ESG become the investment framework of the 21st century?
The 2022 U.S. Sustainable Funds Landscape in 5 Charts
Sustainable flows sink. Vanguard jumps into first place. And despite a weak 2022, sustainable funds outperformed in the long term.
11 Stocks to Examine Through a Sustainability Lens
Investors can use ESG information in many useful ways.
About Sustainable Investing
“Sustainable investing” is an umbrella term for lots of different strategies. Institutional investors call it ESG; retail investors might see it labelled as “impact investing” or SRI (socially responsible investing). Whatever the epithet, sustainable investing has arrived as something everyone should consider on their journey toward investing success, and understanding how to evaluate and when to incorporate sustainability factors into the investing process is an opportunity to find new ways to add value and find that success.
But like any new investing trend, sustainable investing can also lead to overpricing, exaggerated values, and predatory sales and marketing practices.