Making sound money decisions is fundamental to financial and emotional wellness. One component of that decision-making is applying logic and rationality to a set of known facts. Easy, right? Not necessarily.
Socially responsible investing is not as simple as putting your money into an SRI fund or ESG (environmental, social and governance) fund. There are too many variables. First, with so many ESG funds available, there is no universal definition. Each one has its own set of criteria.
Reminder: Financial Therapy | Financial Sobriety Skills for a Nation Out of Control Speaker, Author, Columnist – Rick Kahler Wednesday January 9, 2019 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Downtown-Rapid City Public Library-Meeting Room B Let’s talk about how our unconscious beliefs about money impact our bottom line. Something is not working with the way most […]
The concept of socially responsible investing is far from new; the first SRI fund appeared in 1952. Since then, these funds have used social and ethical screens to exclude companies selling products like tobacco, alcohol, or firearms. Yet one facet of investing in such funds is widely misunderstood.
Last week, Alexus Davila form KOTA Territory News sat down with Rick Kahler to discuss the fluctuating stock market. Click the link below to watch the short news report from last Friday.