Microchip Shortage

Over the past decade the rise of ESG investing has been dramatic. According to US SIF, a trade group for sustainable investing, U.S. based sustainable investments are $17.1 trillion at the start of 2020, up 42 percent over the past two years.

Unfortunately, the lack of standardized information, untested investment processes and the novel nature of this type of investing make it difficult to determine who is approaching it with integrity. We welcome the new funds but worry they may not be meeting the investors’ expectations.

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