Saturday, December 7, 2019

You give a damn, right?

You want your money to do good, but your pension is riddled with oil and defense companies. Besides, investing is a pain in the ass. It’s tedious, and most sustain–able and responsible investing books are as much fun as a root canal. You’re fighting the urge to bury your head in the sand. What to do?

There is a better way.

Invest Like You Give a Damn is a different kind of investment book. It tells  real life stories of people just like you. People who give a damn but who have stomped the devil of inertia and chosen to align their money with their values. Coverage includes:

Why you need to give a damn about your investments

Engaging investor stories to guide financial planning and investment decisions

Investment portfolio makeover profiles

How-to investing from one-click to deep-dive portfolio building

Written by Marc de Sousa-Shields, a leading SRI expert, with humor and irreverence, Invest Like You  Give a Damn is for everyone from college graduates waiting tables, to mid-life Gen Xers, to Boomers who want to live their ideals.

Marc de Sousa-Shields is co-founder of the Social Investment Organization (SIO), UN and the World Bank advisor, and contributor to on-line corporate sustainability magazines including Triple Pundit and Sustainable Brands. He’s worked in 80 countries, blogs at TheSustainableCentury.net, and when not on the road he lives in Mexico.

It’s time to make money, and give a damn

The investment guide for everyone with a pension or portfolio, no matter how modest

Product details

 

  • Paperback – 256 pages

  • 6 Inches × 9 Inches (w × h)

  • Weight: 319 Grams

  • BISAC: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Personal Finance / Investing

  • Publisher: New Society Publishers

  • ISBN: 9780865718487

  • Pub. Date: 2018-01-01

Marc de Sousa-Shields is co-founder of the Social Investment Organization (SIO), UN and the World Bank advisor, and contributor to on-line corporate sustainability magazines including Triple Pundit and Sustainable Brands. He’s worked in 80 countries, blogs at TheSustainableCentury.net, and when not on the road he lives in Mexico.