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Loving Our Neighbor in a Time of Crisis: Stewardship Investing in all communities

Bringing a lens of Faith to the reality of low-to-moderate income communities during these challenging times
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by Stella Tai, Manager of Stewardship Investing Impact and Analysis for Praxis Mutual Funds and Everence Financial 

Going Global With ESG Investing

Environmental, Social, and Governance Factors
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by Matthew Blume, CFA of Pekin Hardy Strauss Wealth Management  

My 2018 Outlook by Amy Domini, Founder, Domini Impact Investments

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As simplistic as it is, I believe that when attempting to predict the market action for the year ahead, it is necessary to first review the secular environment. Over the past century, our stock market has tended to take a staircase steps approach to progress. We see roughly 15 years of flat followed by roughly 15 years of forward. Consider 1968 through 1982. The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 1,000 three times, only to fall back dramatically, before finally and permanently breaking through in 1982.

Far Beyond the Quarterly Call: Research Refutes "Short-Termism"

Strategic Investor Initiative and CEO Investor Forum in Journal of Applied Corporate Finance
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CECP’s Strategic Investor Initiative is a collaboration that leverages CECP’s CEO network to fundamentally change the conversation between CEOs, boards of directors, and investors, from a focus on short-term profits to “long-termism”--the creation of multi-year strategies that include financial and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors. 

Michael Bloomberg Interview: Leading From the Front

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Originally posted on Nikkei.

NEW YORK -- In his second stint as CEO of the company he founded and after 12 years in public office, Michael Bloomberg believes that leading from the front is as applicable in business just as it is in politics.

     In an interview with the Nikkei, he explains how an ability to predict what customers are likely to want in the future has been a key to his company's success.

What’s Next for Sustainable Investing

An Individual and Industry Perspective
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by Barbara Krumsiek, CEO & President of Calvert Investments
 

UN Global Compact Launches Stock Index

Companies Beat Overall Market – Return More Than 25 Percent
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New York, September 18, 2013 /3BL Media/ – The UN Global Compact today launched the “Global Compact 100” – a stock index of companies committed to the Global Compact ten principles that shows a total investment return of 26.4 percent during the past year, surpassing the general global stock market.

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