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Common Interests Model Portfolio Featured in Citywire RIA Magazine

As a part of our commitment to expanding the reach of sustainable investing, I sat down with Citywire RIA Magazine to talk about how we approach the design and implementation of our portfolios. We talked about our Investment Philosophy, the investment models we offer to clients, and how we add new investments to our portfolios. […]

Our Chief Morale Officer in the news!

In honor of National Pet Day 2019, our Chief Morale Officer was featured in RIA Magazine! He gave a great interview, and we invite you to check him out! He’s a VERY good boy, and you can meet him any time by booking an appointment using the “Schedule an Appointment” link in the bottom right […]

If it is to be, it’s up to us.

The Federal Reserve bank of San Francisco recently published an extraordinary research paper acknowledging the impact of climate change. I encourage you to read the entire thing, but I’ve extracted a few points here for discussion. Take this statement from the preamble to the paper: “In coming decades, climate change—and efforts to limit that change […]

Stewardship and Investing

My Partner and I are proud to be Social Entrepreneurs. Therefore, every day we talk about Sustainable, Responsible and Impact Investing (SRI).  We also talk about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) screening and scoring.  More importantly, we talk about managing risk, rates of return, portfolio growth and retirement planning. That’s our business! Making money for […]

InvestmentNews Impact Forum

We are excited to announce our collaboration with the United Nations and InvesmentNews to host the first Impact Forum on December 4-5, 2019 in New York City. The vision for this event is huge. On Day One: A film festival will share the stories and stoke the inspiration. The next day, thought-leaders and experts will […]

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