Eq: Dividends

(New York)

ESG has grown exponentially over the last couple of years as trillions of dollars have flowed into the sector. However, as the sector has grown, some gaps in its coverage have emerged. One big glaring hole is in income-focused ESG funds. Traditionally, it has always been thought that an investor who cares about income, just wants income and doesn’t care much where it comes from. This helps explain how out of 439 ESG funds aggregated by Morningstar, only 8 had an income focus.


FINSUM: The lack of ESG income funds makes sense as income-focused products often cater to retirees—the current age of whom generally makes them less interested in ESG. But opportunity awaits.

(Frankfurt)

Bonds yields have been so far from even survivable for most income investors, but…see the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site.

(New York)

At the onset of the pandemic, the Fed and treasury tied up stock buybacks as part of a regulatory measure coupled to the…see the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site.

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