Investing

In Many Ways, ESG Is Nothing New

While often spoken about as a new or emerging phenomenon, the practice of building portfolios that address environmental, social and governance concerns goes back to the late 19th century.

Investing in a ‘Circular Economy’

A new report suggests investors should seek to better understand the concept of ‘resource intensity’ and pursue opportunities to reduce risks while improving global environmental outcomes.

Welcome to the Rising Rate Environment

In the face of sustained inflation and the Federal Reserve’s push to boost interest rates, asset managers and advisers are tweaking portfolios and rethinking longstanding allocations.

2021 Was Another Banner Year for Retirement Savers

Employer-sponsored retirement plans and individual retirement accounts reached almost $40 trillion in total assets by the end of last year, even as a recovering economy faced some key pain points, according to new data released by the Investment Company Institute.