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How to Make Eco Friendly Investment Choices

There is no better time to start investing in green technology than right now. Though there are no promises that investing in sustainable technology, companies, and markets will offer any greater return on your investment than other investments, green technology is becoming more of a contender in our market each day. As more and more people start jumping on the green bandwagon, your returns grow with the possibility. The United States, among many other countries, invests billions a year in these technologies making it more possible for sustainable companies to flourish and for companies to employ green initiatives. Plus you’ll be putting your money toward a worthwhile and important investment: a more secure future for generations to come. If you’re ready to start some green investing, here are some tips to help you start.

There are a few different ways you can do your green investing. You should start by deciding which green technology you’d like to invest in. You could invest in companies who manufacture solar panels or wind turbines, or their customers who put these products to use. You could also invest in the companies doing the marketing for the manufacturers to put your money toward getting as many people educated on these alternative energy options as possible.

The choices listed above would all be pretty big-scale investments so you could also consider investing in smaller businesses that are putting their efforts toward developing and researching alternative energy sources of the future to create a more stable Earth for future generations. You could also invest in solid companies like General Electric, Google, or Microsoft who all allocate a large amount of funds each fiscal year to creating and implementing various sustainable initiatives. With these top companies, you can know your investment is sound while you still get to support companies making efforts to further green technology. Or look toward the engineering and construction companies who are working toward putting green technology into every day use.

An option that is often overlooked is to put your money into companies who are creating eco-friendly products and merchandise. With companies like Seventh Generation, Dr. Meyers, Pangea, and Origins, there are plenty of companies who create every product you could want to be environmentally friendly and non-toxic from makeup to all-purpose cleaners to shampoo and soap.

You may also want to research companies who simply emphasize recycling and reusing products. Stationery companies, furniture and décor manufacturers or metal collection companies that collect united rare coins are some ideas to think about. Providing these companies with much-needed funds will allow them to further their development of recycling programs and ensure their products remain available.

When investing in any kind of company, it’s always advisable to first consult with a financial expert who can direct you in the best places to invest your money. Before investing in any company, be sure to do plenty of research to ensure they’re a reputable and solid company. Read reviews, talk to other investors, and invest wisely.

Clay Miller
the authorClay Miller
I am the creator/writer of and I'm an advocate for oceans, beaches, state parks. I enjoy all things outdoors (e.g. running, golf, gardening, hiking, etc.) I am a graduate of the University of Kentucky (Go Wildcats!!). I'm also a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I was born and raised in the beautiful state of Kentucky.

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