When it comes to your finances, author Michael Kramer urges reader to replace sustainability with resiliency and make investments with a global impact in mind.
TOSING THE SEEMINGLY OVERUSED WORD 'SUSTAINABILITY TO THE SIDE, Michael Kramer, co-author and Managing Partner & Director of SRI Research Natural Investments, teaches readers about the importance of financial resiliency in his book, The Resilient Investor. The book not only focuses on preparing for future scenarios when the consumer focuses on creating a cushion for their golden years, but they are also interested in investing with an economic conscious.
When it comes to resilient investing, think global.
In his 183-page book, Kramer teaches about investing to make the world a better place in our lives and in our homes. Among other things, this is done by achieving a higher return on investment in our homes from energy-efficiency strategies, such as the simple addition of foam-and-tape weather stripping around doors and windows that save us hundreds per year, to solar thermal or photovoltaic panels that provide an even greater ROI. Kramer also shows the consumer how to purchase products from businesses that have a strong foothold in positive environmental practices. Other chapters review evaluating a resilient investing plan, personal authors’ stories of resilient living and more.
"In these turbulent times, we wanted to give people the tools and process to design their lives to be ready for any possible future scenario from Breakdown to Breakdown," Kramer writes, "engaging their personal, tangible, and financial assets in close-to-home, sustainable global, and cutting-edge evolutionary investment strategies that cultivate personal resilience and help make civilization and nature more regenerative,”
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