stock investmentEthical and sustainable investments have performed 6% better than non-ethical funds

Ethical and sustainable investment funds have performed better over the last year than their non-ethical counterparts, new research shows.

According to research by independent comparison website Moneyfacts.co.uk, the average ethical fund has posted gains of 24% over the 12 months to August 2013, compared with 18% growth from the average non-ethical fund.

The findings also revealed that ethical funds have out-performed their mainstream counterparts over the last three years, with growth at 36% and 31% respectively.

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Source: Positive News