About Ethical Investing in Business

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Ethical investing in business refers to investors who choose their companies based on the ethics of the company, whether it is a green business, religious business or family-oriented business. Find business you deem ethical to invest in with information from a portfolio manager in this free video on business strategies.

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Have you been reading in the financial publications about ethical investing? Hi this is Roger Groh at Groh Asset Management. Ethical investing is a marketing term that is just trying to entice investors who are concerned with ethical investing. What types of ethical investing could there be? Well pick a few of the obvious ones. Countries which a management team has refused to invest in because it doesn't meet minimum ethical standards. Perhaps you're a green investor and view those companies as being ethical. Perhaps you just want to own companies that are supportive of families. Those are ethicals. Suppose that you're just focused on religious businesses, well those are ethical. The point is that you need to look at what the investment idea is before you give any portfolio manager money to determine if what they're going to invest in meets your minimum standard of ethical investing. The other thing is to hold them to it. Make sure that they don't stray from that general idea. If they do, get out. I'm Roger Groh at Groh Asset, thank you very much for spending time with me.


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