Most of us mistakenly divide the world into two kinds of people: those who care about amassing as much wealth as possible and those who care about everything else. The money-hungry capitalist who will step on anyone and anything on the path to the top is a familiar caricature, and is unfortunately not always far from reality. While there are some companies that choose to employ environmentally friendly practices, we assume it is only the very large ones that can afford to so without impacting their bottom lines.
Most of us think we have a difficult choice to make: Do we want to invest in companies and businesses whose values might not align perfectly with our own, or do we choose to cling to what we believe is important while losing out on priceless opportunities to help our money grow?
Singapore-based financial analyst Morten Strange is here to show the world that these two values can be perfectly blended. Successful ethical investing is not the oxymoron you might think it to be. In fact, it is more achievable now than ever.
In The Ethical Investor’s Handbook, Morten demonstrates how economics and finances directly affect the state of the environment. He answers loaded questions that lots of people grapple with, including strategies that you, as an individual investor, can implement to give your money its greatest chance at growth without wrecking the Earth. You’ll also learn about ways to navigate your capital allocation without compromising on your own principles and values.
In his book, Strange explores hot environmental topics, like alternative energy sources, ethical foods, conservation and natural capital. The Ethical Investor’s Handbook shows readers how to build and sustain a green portfolio that earns generous returns and outlines common pitfalls and obstacles on the journey toward successful ethical investing. The truly committed investor who is equally committed to their values will find The Ethical Investor’s Handbook to be a priceless guideline for growing wealth without short-changing their moral compass.
If you’d like to help your money reach its maximum earning potential without destroying the Earth or trampling on your personal values, The Ethical Investor’s Handbook will guide you on the path to ethical financial success.
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