Socially Responsible Investing

Back to learn

A quick guide to socially responsible investing

Rounding it up

  • Socially responsible investing (SRI) involves thinking not only about the return, but also the role that money plays in the economy and the world.

  • SRI has grown in popularity over the last several years, to the point that most companies, investment houses, and fund managers have it top of mind.

  • You can do your own SRI evaluation to determine if a company or fund meets your value set. Just keep in mind that it all starts with educating yourself.

3 min read

Dan Bucherer
#investing#investments#socially responsible investing#SRI

Dan Bucherer

Dan is a runner and writer living in the Washington, D.C. area, where he currently works for a financial services trade association as the Communications Director.

Recent Articles

Bank of Canada raises interest rates

How fast does your credit score go up in Canada?

Will personal loans impact my credit score?

Can I get a personal loan with bad credit?

What kind of loans can I get in Canada?

Should I split my money between banks?

Related articles

What determines the price of gold?

5 mins

Dan Bucherer

Got a lot of gold hanging around in grandma’s attic? Think it’s worth a bunch? Maybe, maybe not.


What determines the price of gold?

5 mins

Dan Bucherer

Got a lot of gold hanging around in grandma’s attic? Think it’s worth a bunch? Maybe, maybe not.


#investing

#gold

#precious metals

#diversify investments

logo.koho

Company

AboutCareersCultureGamerLearnPartnersTravelStatus

Connect

The KOHO Mastercard® Prepaid card is issued by KOHO Financial Inc. pursuant to license by Mastercard International Incorporated. Mastercard and the circles design are registered trademarks of Mastercard International Incorporated.

By using this website, you accept our Terms and Conditions. Follow these links for more information on our Privacy Policy, Accessibility Policy and Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. © 2022 KOHO Financial Inc.