Impact Investing refers to investments “made into companies with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial, social or environmental impact alongside a financial return.” There are two primary reasons that you might choose Impact Investing. One, you are conscious about how your money impacts the world, and two, you want
There’s a fundamental issue with investing in America: Your money might support companies that harm people and the planet, and you probably don’t even realize it. When we buy products, say for example a smartphone — we’re essentially giving that company a ‘thumbs up’ in approval. We’re saying, ‘Hey, I
What if, right now, you could invest your dollars in only companies that aligned with your values? We believe you should be able to do that, which is why we started Invested Interests. You have more control than you think. It’s time to start pairing your morals with your investments.
These days, people leave jobs and move on to new ones all the time. Chances are, you’ve made at least a few jumps yourself. You’re probably quite familiar with the process of getting your new company email, joining their health insurance plan and deciding which employer-sponsored retirement program to contribute
Last week, August 14th, the yield on the 10-year US Treasury note fell to 1.58 percent, a number that was last reached in late 2016. Also last week, the yield on a 30-year bond fell to 2.03 percent, the lowest record ever. When this happened in 2007, the Great Recession