Earlier today, our shares of CECO were trading 17% above our entry point from just a few days ago... And overall the portfolio's doing fairly well. Since we launched the SRI Portfolio back on December 26 with good old, donkey-slow KEPCO, the S&P has risen about 1.06%, while our "socially responsible" portfolio is up 14%!
It's very, very early. But the idea behind this blog is to see if green investments -- and socially responsible investing in general -- can provide market-beating returns for those of us who are getting a bit tired and bored of funding cigarettes, chemical plants, strip mining, booze and Big Oil.
Not that I have a problem with investors making their money where they can, when they can. It's a dog-eat-dog world out there, and you must protect yourself and your assets first and foremost.
But considering that we are, at least for the moment, beating the S&P more than 10 times over with our little portfolio of nifty, helpful and innovative SRI companies, it's nice to know we have a choice.
- Sell Half Your KEP Options
- CTEX ALERT
- Our SRI Portfolio Is Up 104% - Sell 1/2 KEP Calls
- Portfolio Summary
- We're Up 60.9% So Far
- Sell 1/2 the KEPCO Options for 33%
- Oil and Our Investments
- Adding Cemtrex to the Portfolio
- How We're Beating the S&P 500
- Bunge Up 20% in 2007?
- A Roaring Day
- The Hottest Commodity in Asia
- Adding Kookmin Bank to the Portfolio
- SLUP Rallies 10%
- CECE Soaring
- 3 out of 4 Positions Profitable
- Evergreen Investment #4
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