Socially Responsible or Fiscally Irresponsible?

The rapid growth of Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) has captured the attention of investors and advisers alike.  In its early days, this discipline in investment management was known for what it did not invest in; alcohol, tobacco, gambling, firearms, etc.  Now it wants to be know for what it does invest in... a "better" society.  Many, though, still may wonder; "Will my pursuit to invest strictly socially responsible be personally a fiscal irresponsibility?" In this article, I stack up the performance of a large socially responsible mutual fund to answer that question. (Read Full Article)