Have you toyed with the idea of investing, but felt too overwhelmed to begin? Maybe you’re curious about how your money could future-proof your own life and the planet too?

 

First thing’s first. It’s essential to keep in mind that past performance is no indicator of future success, so you should never (ever) invest more than you can afford to lose.

 

With that in mind, investing your hard-earned cash shouldn’t be something which means leaving your morals behind – but what exactly is ethical investing?

 

Socially responsible investment can lead to both a healthy financial return and positive social change – win, win – by excluding profiting from organisations or activities considered harmful to society or the environment. But how do you become an ethical investor, or begin investing at all for that matter? Here’s our step by step guide to getting started…

 

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