Ethical Investors are Going to Have a Lot More Choice When it Comes to ETFs

Paul Tudor Jones, a prominent U.S. hedge fund manager who made his claim to fame calling and profiting from the 1987 stock market crash, is now putting his money behind a burgeoning sector: ethical investing.

Mr. Jones is backing a not-for-profit firm called JUST Capital, which ranks companies on how they treat their employees, customers and the communities they do business in. He believes that the C-suite has gone too far in embracing economist Milton Friedman’s “profit-above-all-else” ethic, and they need to change how they do business, he told the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston last week.

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    J Minacs says:

    Mr Bergman. It is an understatement to say how disappointed I was to hear you promote Nuclear on BNN. Sure if you look at the dollar but it really is not in the best interest of the globe I would just say if you and others are so pro nuclear then offer to store the waste in your own backyard. Even Japan want S to dump it in the ocean. Simply unconscionable . There are mischief safer ways and not as destructive. Come on I know that you could see other ways of producing energy. I have become a fan of H2 the most prolific element in the universe. Let us use it responsibly. Along with Tidal Wind Solar and other ways. Please do not promote something that will be around for thousands of years 5o be somehow stored safely. All the bes5 Larry. Keep safe all the best Julius

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