One of the most widely
accepted “truths” about ESG (environmental, social and governance)
investing is that young investors are very keen to put their money into
companies that show strong ESG credentials.
Entire marketing strategies have been built around this idea. But what if, in fact, this “truth” turns out to be no more than myth?
Investors who missed using the mid-October low in the market as an entry point have been “unable to capture the turnaround” and will struggle to do so, Chris Tinker, co-founder of Libra Investment Services, noted in research last week.