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Published: Sunday, March 10, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

The scoop on socially responsible investing

Would you like your investment portfolio to reflect your personal social and environmental concerns? If so, you might want to explore socially responsible investing. Several websites offer a wide range of insights about this particular type of investing. Here is a sampling.
CFA INSTITUTE: www.cfainstitute.org. Features 10 tips for SRI, including setting goals and objectives, and investigating SRI vehicles.
THE FORUM FOR SUSTAINABLE AND RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT: ussif.org/resources/sriguide. Offers informative guide to socially responsible investing.
GREEN AMERICA: www.greenamerica.org/socialinvesting/whattoknow.cfm. Provides overview of social investing, in question and answer format.
TIAA-CREF: www.tiaa-cref.org. Spotlights different SRI strategies and how they work.
-- Chuck Myers, McClatchy-Tribune News Service
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