Does impact investing – investing based on a particular cause – mean having to make sacrifices on returns? Not necessarily! In evidence of this, today’s article highlights the case of Wunder Capital, a unique Colorado-based startup that “connects investors with solar projects that need financing. It’s similar to crowdfunding, except investors say they actually see strong returns.” How does Wunder Capital work? What kinds of returns have investors been seeing? What kind of growth is forecast for the solar industry? And why should the recent news about companies like Sun Edison not make investors wary of solar? CLICK HERE to read more.
Impact Investing Without The Sacrifice
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