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  1. UKEthicalInvesting - making money in a responsible way

    Only just come across this subreddit. Been going since April 2020. Ethical investing often gets dismissed in other investing places, so interesting to have this.

  2. My ethical investment strategy - Matthew Somerville

    This is good. But there’s still no easy way to balance low-cost passive investing with investing ethically (whatever that means to you).

  3. Low cost index trackers that will save you money

    I’d forgotten this occasionally-updated post existed.

  4. What is a sustainable withdrawal rate for a world portfolio? | Monevator

    I’ve read many times that a 4% “safe withdrawal rate” is too optimistic, but not a simple breakdown like this of the adjustments to it that one should make.

  5. Book: Living off Your Money, by M. McClung -

    I got through most of this long topic earlier in the year, and the book sounds good. But it’s time to close the tab.

  6. How I track investment returns - Young FI Guy

    Impressive spreadsheet for tracking a portfolio. (via Monevator)

  7. Portfolio Charts – a picture is worth a thousand calculations

    Mainly saving this simply because, rarely for a personal finance site involving data and charts, it looks reasonably designed.

  8. Savings Rate - the four pot solution - 7 Circles

    An interesting spreadsheet for planning savings for retirement that I hadn’t seen before. UK based.

  9. Opposing Funds Duel on Tesla Valuation | SumZero

    I’m not as interested in Tesla’s share price as I am in whether the company can succeed or not, which, fundamentally, this article is about. (via Monevator)

  10. Why 4% Could Fail

    The 4% Safe Withdrawal Rate should be closer to 2%. Maybe less, especially for many countries outside the US. (via Monevator)

  11. Noh-Joon Choo’s answer to If Warren Buffett had to start today, could he still reach his current level of wealth? - Quora

    Nice clear explanation of how Berkshire Hathaway uses their insurance companies’ funds to increase their overall rate of return.

  12. How to unitize your portfolio

    Long and, inevitably, dull. But I’d wondered how to do this kind of thing.

  13. Which asset allocation is right for you?

    Some nice summaries of different balances of passive investment portfolios.

  14. 9 lazy portfolios for UK investors

    It’s annoyingly rare to come across UK-specific guidelines for portfolios, so this up-to-date set of examples is handy.

  15. Ethical Funds - Ethical Fund Directory, Ethical Investment, Ethical Financial Advice

    Another list of UK ethical funds, rated by someone else’s criteria.

  16. Ethical investment: failing to keep up? | FairPensions

    A recent survey of ethical fund providers in the UK. (I’m scrabbling for anything to go on, because you’d have to spend weeks researching this stuff to actually have a real clue.)

  17. Fund directory - Investment Management Association

    Compared to other fund searching tools, this is quite quick and simple, and has an “Ethical” filter. (via Monevator)

  18. Retirement Researcher Blog: The Shocking International Experience of the 4% Rule

    Historical number-crunching, looking at one of the universal rules-of-thumb of financial blogs. (via Monevator)

  19. Bestinvest | Fund Search | Comments | Ethical | ISA | page 1

    Aha, Besinvest’s Fund Search tool’s Advanced search options lets you filter by “Investment Themes”, such as Ethical. It’s a start.

  20. Ethical Funds | Save up to 100% on Initial Charges!

    Lists of Ethical Funds for ISAs (more categories in left-hand menu. It’s been hard just to find what’s available anywhere.

  21. Collective2 - Find the trading strategy best for you

    A site for finding different stock market trading algorithms. Some very nice touches, but still bewildering to me. I could get so lost in this stuff if I had the time. (via Tom Taylor)

  22. Ten Books on Investing Recommended by Warren Buffett | Business Pundit

    I love lists of books recommended by people who know what they’re talking about. (via Kottke)

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