EMM Welcomes Peter Lynch as Advisor to the Green Transition Scoreboard

Peter Lynch has worked, since 1977, as a wall street security analyst, an investment banker and a private investor in small emerging technology companies. He has been actively involved in following developments in the renewable energy sector since 1977 and is regarded as an expert in this field. During this time he …

Why Solar Stocks

Why Solar Stocks Regardless of what solar stocks are currently doing the most important thing to remember is that we are just at the very beginning of the growth of the solar industry – the growth curve worldwide is just starting to climb the steepest part of its growth curve …

What can our banks learn from the USA?

I thought I’d escaped the City years ago when I quit my job as an investment banker. But today I’m back where I started out, addressing hundreds of people at the Chartered Accountants’ Hall. This isn’t any ordinary financial conference. Today, hundreds of people from across civil society are gathering …

INVESTING IN THE LOBSTER COAST

“We at Ethical Markets  are proud  to publish the cutting edge analyses of our Advisory Board member , Ellie Winninghoff , former investment banker and now the best due diligence expert we know for analyzing ethical biomimicry and natural capital investment deals” – Hazel Henderson , Editor –in-Chief INVESTING IN …

Why Don’t the Deficit Hawks Want to Tax Wall Street?

Why Don’t the Deficit Hawks Want to Tax Wall Street? by deanbaker1 from Dean Baker The intensity with which the country’s leading deficit hawks continue to ignore financial speculation taxes (FST) is getting ever more entertaining. While deficit hawks like Wall Street investment banker Peter Peterson, Morgan Stanley director Erskine …