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How Do Sustainable Investments Fit into Your Retirement Plan

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May 14, 2019

Most of us want to invest in companies that we believe in and morally support, but feeling good isn’t going to put money in your pocket. In this...

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Most of us want to invest in companies that we believe in and morally support, but feeling good isn’t going to put money in your pocket. In this episode, Kate Stalter shares how you can incorporate those sustainable funds into your asset allocation without jeopardizing your portfolio. If you’re interested in maintaining an ethical portfolio and making it fit your current retirement plan, tune into this episode of Better Money Decisions.

Show Highlights:

  • Incorporating sustainable funds into your asset allocation
  • Having diversified funds to balance each other out
  • Picking and choosing outside of your proper allocation
  • What to do if you’re holding too much domestic stock

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