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Proxy Advisory Firms And The ESG Risk

Warren Buffett presciently noted that “only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked.” The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are all now in bear market territory, so the tide has undoubtedly receded. And true to Mr. Buffett’s wisdom, the unsustainability of many fashionable investment trends ...
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ESG Investing? Investors want to make their own choices

“Doing well and doing good,” is an oft-used tagline by ESG investing (Environmental, Social, Governance) advocates and industry publicists.  But we’ve often wondered what would happen if investors had to choose between the two – a portfolio of stocks that outperform or one that leaves out stocks social and environmental ...
Business & Economics

Barron’s Op-Ed Cites PRI Study on Underperformance of ESG Investing

Former Connecticut State Treasurer and founder and president of the Institute for Pension Fund Integrity Christopher Bancroft Burnham recently cited Dr. Wayne Winegarden’s study showing how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) funds underperform broader investment funds over the long-term in an op-ed published in Barron’s. BlackRock’s ESG Strategy Plays Politics with ...
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Read Wealth Professional Story on Wayne Winegarden ESG Study

Putting a question mark on ESG fund performance by Leo Almazora An increasing number of stakeholders are buying into sustainable investments, figuratively and literally. Aside from fund providers’ growing willingness to offer values-based investment products, there’s a rising clamour from investors who want their money placed in companies with strong ESG ...
Business & Economics

New Study Finds ESG Funds Underperform Broader Investment Funds Over Long-Term

ESG funds that champion environmental and social causes have historically underperformed funds investing in the broader market over the long-term, so finds a new study released today by California-based, free-market think tank, the Pacific Research Institute. “In recent years, ESG funds have been presented to investors as socially responsible as ...
Business & Economics

Proxy Advisory Firms And The ESG Risk

Warren Buffett presciently noted that “only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked.” The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are all now in bear market territory, so the tide has undoubtedly receded. And true to Mr. Buffett’s wisdom, the unsustainability of many fashionable investment trends ...
Blog

ESG Investing? Investors want to make their own choices

“Doing well and doing good,” is an oft-used tagline by ESG investing (Environmental, Social, Governance) advocates and industry publicists.  But we’ve often wondered what would happen if investors had to choose between the two – a portfolio of stocks that outperform or one that leaves out stocks social and environmental ...
Business & Economics

Barron’s Op-Ed Cites PRI Study on Underperformance of ESG Investing

Former Connecticut State Treasurer and founder and president of the Institute for Pension Fund Integrity Christopher Bancroft Burnham recently cited Dr. Wayne Winegarden’s study showing how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) funds underperform broader investment funds over the long-term in an op-ed published in Barron’s. BlackRock’s ESG Strategy Plays Politics with ...
Business & Economics

Read Wealth Professional Story on Wayne Winegarden ESG Study

Putting a question mark on ESG fund performance by Leo Almazora An increasing number of stakeholders are buying into sustainable investments, figuratively and literally. Aside from fund providers’ growing willingness to offer values-based investment products, there’s a rising clamour from investors who want their money placed in companies with strong ESG ...
Business & Economics

New Study Finds ESG Funds Underperform Broader Investment Funds Over Long-Term

ESG funds that champion environmental and social causes have historically underperformed funds investing in the broader market over the long-term, so finds a new study released today by California-based, free-market think tank, the Pacific Research Institute. “In recent years, ESG funds have been presented to investors as socially responsible as ...
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