If you’re a millennial (born in the 1980’s to early 2000’s), you’ve got one major advantage when it comes to investing: time. Assuming you’re not among the lucky few who get to retire in their 30s or 40s, you’ve got several decades to ride out the storm that is investing—which is why you’ve probably been told on more than one occasion that you ought to steer clear of bonds.
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Exciting news! Our CEO, Jase Wilson, was recently interviewed in an MIT finance course, Just Money: Banking as if Society Mattered. This course attempts to look into banks that use capital and finance as a tool to address social and ecological challenges. It’s recommended for “anyone who wants to understand the unique role banks play as intermediaries in our economy and how they can leverage that position to produce positive social, environmental, and economic change.” The courseware is available for free on Edx.org.
Sam RichardsJase & MIT on Banking as if Money Mattered
Jay Lipman, co-founder, pitching Ethic to us from our kitchen counter!
Here at Neighborly, we get jazzed up when we see financial institutions prioritize capital as a tool to address social and ecological challenges. We draw inspiration from organizations that empower investors to do well by doing good. It’s core to our mission to allow anyone to invest in anywhere.
Sam RichardsEthic Brings Sustainable Investing Mainstream