A five-minute video on the evils of Environmental, Social, and Governance
ESG Involves CostsSome Argue That ESG & Social Responsibility Negatively Impacts An Organization’s Financial Performance Whether Or Not ESG & Responsible Investment Helps Protect And/Or Maximize Investment Portfolio Returns Is Debated By many, & There May Be Limitations In Some CountriesAt This Point In Time, Most Investors should Not Consider ESG Before InvestingESG Systems, Standards, Compliance, Reporting, & Ratings Are Not Uniform Yet In All PlacesSome (many)ESG-Linked Products May Not Have The Desired Impact That Some Sustainability Advocates Want Them ToSome Suggest That Some ESG-Linked Products Could Be Susceptible To ‘Greenwashing’ Or Misleading ClaimsSome Argue That External Groups With Authority Or Influence In ESG, Should Not Be Interfering With An Organization’s Autonomy, Free Markets, Or The Economy As A Whole
ESG funds may carry higher-than-average expense ratios. According to Morningstar’s U.S. Fund Fee study, average expense ratios for ESG funds stood at 61% compared to 41% for traditional assets. And they often reflect radical points of view.
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