Headwinds and tailwinds for ethical investors

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow
Headwinds and tailwinds for ethical investors

My colleague's advice that ethical funds generally offer worse risk-return features than non-ethical ones has caused some consternation. This raises the question: how is it possible for ethical investing – whether you do it yourself or through funds - to do better than plain investing?

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