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The Ethical Investor

How to Quit Toxic Companies and Grow Your Wealth

Nicole Haddow

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03 February 2022
The essential, practical guide to growing your wealth while making a difference In an era of anxiety and helplessness, this is an educational and empowering guide to making meaningful change. -Benjamin Law Is the money in your bank account helping to fund the fossil fuel and tobacco industries? Do you know which companies your superannuation is invested in? Want to put your money where your ethics are but have no idea where to start? Journalist Nicole Haddow is passionate about financial freedom, but as an investment novice she wanted to find out - is it possible to grow wealth while also doing your bit for the planet and its population?

In The Ethical Investor, Nicole guides us through the steps she took to ensure her hard-earned cash isn't going straight into the pockets of toxic companies. She reassesses what her money currently contributes to and seeks ways to make her strategies greener, chatting with industry experts on everything from superannuation and shares to neo banks and apps to help you get started in micro-investing. Nicole shares the necessary changes she made to have a superannuation account that's investing in ethical organisations, a share portfolio on a limited budget with investments in a range of growing sustainable businesses and a strategy for making her home more sustainable. And now you can too!
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Imprint:   NERO
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 154mm,  Spine: 24mm
Weight:   316g
ISBN:   9781760642693
ISBN 10:   176064269X
Pages:   240
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Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Nicole Haddow is a Melbourne-based journalist and author of Smashed Avocado- How I Cracked the Property Market and You Can Too, which is currently being developed into a documentary series. She was the executive property writer for the Australian Financial Review.

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