For starters, 103 ETFs would be affected, not to mention the cost of a leveraged buyout.
Goldman's new ESG ETF hits the ground running.
A broadly diversified, ESG-only ETF portfolio costs just 0.21% a year.
Issuer also plans to slash fees on its two flagship ESG funds and implement new gun screens.
More often than not, ESG ETFs are crushed by the broader market, but 2017 was different. Why?
Will ETFs focused on environmental, social and governance criteria ever draw assets in line with their hype?
The ESG investment phenomenon is slowly but steadily gathering steam.
Making choices based on environmental, social and governance metrics has a real impact on overall returns.
Research shows that the companies rejected by socially responsible investing strategies tend to outperform the accepted companies.