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Four Global Investment Themes for 2017

The Investment Institute at Wells Fargo offers investors a handful of key themes to keep an eye on this year.  If there’s one lesson high-net-worth investors can take from 2016, it’s that they need to look past

Investing 101: Socially Responsible Investing – Can You Make a Difference?

Investing:  [verb] confusing process involving magic and midwifery, in which your money is swept away today with the hopes of producing more money in the future. See related terms: dreams, confusion, fees, retirement, and future. What you’ll

Companies underestimate investors’ interest in sustainability

Investors pay more attention to sustainability issues than many executives believe, a new report shows. Boston Consulting Group and MIT Sloan Management Review collaborated on a report that polled more than 3,000 respondents from commercial enterprises in

Understanding a business valuation

It has come to our attention that many accountants are interested in expanding their firm by adding a business valuation practice, however there isn’t much existing easy-to-understand literature on what exactly a business valuation is as well

Sustainable and Responsible Investing: What is SRI? (Video)

Sustainable and Responsible Investing explained in 1 minute 20’ by BNP Paribas Group’s experts

Global renewable energy investments reach $21.4 trillion

The second Global Sustainable Investment Review report published by the Global Sustainable Investment Association confirms that global sustainable investment reached $21.4 trillion at the outset of 2014, up from $13.3 trillion at the same time two years

The pros and cons of international trade

Buying and selling in overseas markets offers the potential for businesses to develop and expand opportunities but not without risk. Doing business in overseas markets certainly has its highs and lows, and can be intimidating, especially for

How to Lose Time and Money

When we sold our startup in 1998 I suddenly got a lot of money. I now had to think about something I hadn’t had to think about before: how not to lose it. I knew it was