Thought Leadership Blogs

Manager Commentary: Why the Social Index?

Why did we begin building the Next Economy Social Index in 2013? Why release results & open it up to client assets five years later? We often say that the [...]

7 Questions for BSW Wealth Partners

At Green Alpha, we realize that our business of asset management is just one portion of overall wealth management. Asset management largely entails securities [...]

Inequality as Systemic Risk, Part II ~ Worth

Part one of this series laid out why economic inequality could lead to our society’s downfall. In part two, we address potential solutions. Originally [...]

7 Questions for Suzette Hibble, SHE Photography

There’s no doubt about it – Suzette Hibble is an amazing photographer who is elevating female entrepreneurs with her photography business, SHE Photography, [...]

Green Alpha Advisors’ Market Commentary – Q1 2018

The first quarter of 2018 was one of the more volatile quarters in recent performance history for Green Alpha strategies, as well as for global and U.S. [...]

Inequality as Systemic Risk ~ Worth

A problem as ingrained as systemic inequality needs to be confronted at all angles. Part one of a two-part series on how the U.S. can begin to do that and the [...]

7 Questions for Danielle Burns, VP of Sales & Marketing at First Affirmative

Green Alpha’s Chief Operating Officer, Betsy Moszeter, and First Affirmative Financial Network’s VP of Sales and Marketing, Danielle Burns, have a ton in [...]

This Pullback is Awesome.

Yeah, you heard us right. This pullback is awesome. Dear Friends, We’ve received a lot of questions the last couple days about our reaction to recent [...]

Green Alpha’s Annual Stakeholder Letter & 2018 Outlook

Dear Green Alpha Clients & Stakeholders, Welcome to our review of the Next Economy in 2017, and thoughts about 2018 and beyond. In 2017, markets held up [...]

Green Alpha’s 2018 Economic Outlook ~ Worth

The three economic trends you should be watching next year. Originally published by Worth By Garvin Jabusch In some form, the Next Economy already exists. [...]