Managers of non-ESG funds should stick to the task set for them by their clients and not try to decide what is good or bad for society.
In a competitive market economy, events in an industry can turn from good to bad at the drop of a hat. We might be seeing that right now with trucking.
Unilever’s shares have underperformed ‘despite’ its ESG approach. Gee, that’s a mystery.
The problem for politicians is that they want to take credit when prices move down and blame everyone else when prices move up.
The blend of ESG and stakeholder capitalism can pose a threat to the defense of a democracy.
In fact, Russian imports accounted for 8.2 percent of all U.S. oil imports from June 2021 until November 2021.
That variant of ‘socially responsible’ investing known as ESG has, to put it mildly, its problems.
As lawmakers continue to address the myriad issues with current antitrust proposals, legislating by market cap should be the first thing off the table.