“Gone are the simple days when investing with a conscience meant excluding alcohol, tobacco and firearms from a portfolio. Today’s impact investors want their investments to align with a more rigorous standard of good while achieving a maximum return,” notes the author of today’s article. So how can one go about trying to do good with their investments without having to sacrifice when it comes to returns? The author outlines a number of tips in that regard – including why impact investors may need to apply a “better than the rest” approach. For more, CLICK HERE.