How To Build a Socially Responsible Stock Portfolio

by The Dividend Guy Blog, November 17th, 2010.

Ethical investing, sustainable investments, green investing and socially responsible investments have been words that barely existed 10 years ago. Even today, investors have a hard time knowing the difference between all these social investing terms. While qualifying green investments may seem a little bit easier, describing what is ethical or not, even socially responsible, is a bit harder. I noticed substantial interest from my tobacco industry stock review a couple of months ago.

This is why I have decided to write a 4 article series about building a socially responsible stock portfolio. This series will answer the following ethical investing questions;

– What is the definition of socially responsible investments?

– Which kind of companies qualify under ethical/socially responsible investment rules?

– How can we build a dividend paying socially responsible investment stock portfolio?

– Does socially responsible investing pay compared to a regular portfolio?



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