Slacker’s Syllabus: Ethical Investing

An abstract collage of a hand putting a coin in a piggy bank and as a symbol of ethical investing
Maxine McCrann
BySarah Fielding
You’ve probably heard the term “vote with your wallet.”

Consumer activism is a pretty turnkey way to make your voice heard, whether by buying from brands you believe in or boycotting ones you don’t.

But what about ethical investing?

Investing in companies that align with your values is a bit more complicated, but it’s possible — and there are many financial expert-approved ways to do it.



The percentage of individual U.S. investors interested in sustainable investing. Among Millennials, the number is even greater at 95%

Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing