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Milton Friedman always prioritized shareholders. But is this still the right way to operate?
Our world is changing fast. The need for sustainable solutions for ourselves and future generations has become more urgent. What can we do? How can we find purpose in our daily self-quarantined and “shelter in place” states of being?
So, you’ve decided you want to start investing sustainably. But how do you find these investments? And which options are right for you?
Times are changing. The need to improve the world for ourselves and future generations has become all the more urgent. We are collectively thinking about the bigger picture.
Are you a buy-and-hold investor? Buying and holding stocks long term is a strategy that can help you maintain a more stable portfolio while weathering short term fluctuations. Another strategy is to incorporate sustainable principles into your investing.
Are banks that are financing fossil fuels and oil and gas developments just as guilty as the bad actors themselves? Arguably so. But the good news is that the banks are starting to make their moves too.
Is Venice on your bucket list? If so, the recent flooding may have you bumping it higher on your ranking of “must-sees”.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by every single UN Member State in 2015, is a blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet by 2030.
Recap is a sustainable investing platform that enables you to easily and transparently invest only in the companies that share the same environmental and social vision as you.
Recap's performance is hypothetical and does not represent the investment performance or the actual accounts of any clients. The securities in the hypothetical portfolio were selected with the full benefit of hindsight, after their performance over the period shown was known. The results achieved in our simulations do not guarantee future investment results. The model performance information is based on the back-tested performance of hypothetical investments over the time periods indicated. “Back-testing” is a process of objectively simulating historical investment returns by applying a set of rules for buying and selling securities, and other assets, backward in time, testing those rules, and hypothetically investing in the securities and other assets that are chosen. Any comparisons to indices are provided for illustrative purposes only.