Invest Responsibly with IBKR
ESG Environment, Social and Governance trend has become a major theme shaping economies and contributing to preserving Earth. We are excited that IBKR has been playing a vital role in providing traders with the latest ESG tools and news, and helping them look for responsibly investing insight.
In this article we look at 3 key features IBKR offers:
- Environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores from Thomson Reuters
- Traders’ Insight ESG category
- Quants contributing to ESG
ESG Scores from Thomson Reuters
Quants and finance professionals will find ESG scores from Thomson Reuters available on Trader Workstation. This feature helps traders look for insights on more than financial factors and helps lay out a path in making Earth-friendly investment decisions. Visit our website to learn more about this tool and explore the accompanying ESG Guide for intuitive educational resources. In addition, be sure to test these features on our award-winning platforms.
Image source: Thomson Reuters ESG Scores Guide
Traders’ Insight Blog
In particular, Steven Levine, Senior Market Analyst at Interactive Brokers, has been closely monitoring how ESG is shaping economies and market trends. Be sure to check out his features including the latest Rise of ESG Threatens Dairy Market Survival and Not Milk? The U.S. Dairy Industry in Crisis. Steven’s articles provide in-depth analysis of how investors’ attitudes change and seek a responsibly way to meet their revenue expectations.
In addition, Traders’ Insight contributors ranging from Gabelli’s ESG Issue Series: Antibiotics, FTSE Russell and Black Rock further keep traders ahead of the curve on investing responsibly.
IBKR Quant Blog
We are also excited that quants have regularly contributed to the topic. Read Quantpedia’s Quant’s Look on ESG Investing Strategies to learn more on the latest ESG quant trends.
Furthermore, Kavout recently explored the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in this field. See ESG Investing with AI for practical programming tips.
We wrap this article with a general message – as we all look for ways to limit our carbon footprint and protect Earth, it is important to collaborate on this topic and share ideas on how to make this even more effective. Let’s finish this feature with a good look at this article from The Motley Fool. The authors Alyce Lomax And John Rotonti present how people align their investment decisions with their values: What Is ESG Investing?
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