Some fear sustainable investments (or ESG or responsible investments — pick your favourite jargon) have already, or are in the process of forming a bubble.

What is a bubble? We all recognise one after the fact, and most of us would cite the 1999–2001 dotcom boom and bust as the most obvious bubble of recent times. In the 12 months to March 2000, the Nasdaq index in the US (an equity index dominated by technology stocks) rose by around 160%, as the stock prices of almost any company with a ‘.com’ …

Paul Bryant

Author: Sustainable Investing for Everyone — A Private Investor’s Guide | Equity Analyst — financial services |

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