The Bottom Line: Green bond funds reach $930.4 billion in assets at October month-end and are back on track to reach $1 billion in 2020.
The Bottom Line: Green bond funds in the US experienced positive cash flows in September and added $13.1 million to end September at $855.9 million.
The Bottom Line: Green bond funds posted a negative -0.38% average total return in August but added $35.6 million to end August at $842.8 million.
The Bottom Line: Green bond funds and ETFs reached $807.2 million as of July 31, likely to reach $1 billion in assets by year-end 2020.
The Bottom Line: Direct indexing is an option for qualifying passive investors seeking to customize portfolios to more precisely meet their sustainability values and preferences.
The Bottom Line: The coronavirus pandemic did not spare green bonds and impacted the green bonds segment of the market in at least three ways.
The Bottom Line: Conventional passively managed equity and fixed income ETFs are subject to lower expense ratios but attractively priced sustainable ETFs are still available.