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SRI Investment Strategies

Socially responsible investors apply three primary strategies: screens to select investments; shareholder advocacy to influence companies; and community investment for needy areas. Here you'll learn about each one.

Screening Socially Responsible Investments Using Court Papers
Reviewing court documents can be part of a screening of companies by socially responsible investors for possible investments.

Sources for Screening Socially Responsible Investments
Beyond the Securities and Exchange Commission there are other regulatory agencies where inquisitive investors can find a “paper trail” on a company whose stock they are considering buying. Here are the critical ones to check out.

Basic Documents for Screening Socially Responsible Investments
Public companies are required to file regular reports with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission which reveal considerable information about their operations and policies. Check the following when you begin your review.

The Continuing Need For Community Development Banking
An article by Shore Bank Executive Vice President Jean Pogge about the growth in community development banking.

Socially Responsible Investing Strategies
The three primary strategies for socially responsible investors - screens, social activism and community investing.

ExxonMobil and the Carbon Bubble

Socially Responsible Investing & Terminology Wars

The Problem with the Divestment Campaign
Divestment, Fossil Fuels

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