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ESG Investors Have Ethical Motives. They Also Expect to Outperform the Market.

The conventional wisdom is that people who put money into ESG investments are motivated primarily by ethical concerns.

That’s true for some people. But a new study examining attitudes and expectations about environmental, social and corporate-governance investing found evidence suggesting that many investors who own ESG stakes themselves expect those investments to outperform the U.S. stock market.

Read more from the Wall Street Journal.

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