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GREEN MONEY.

"Money is better than poverty, if only for financial reasons," observed Woody Allen. Starting from this premise, two new books give the scoop on how to manage earnings in an ethical yet profitable manner.

In Investing 145th Your Values (Bloomberg Press, $23.95), three gurus of socially-responsible investing, Hall Brill, Jack A. Brill and Cliff Feigenbaum, debunk the myth that using environmental and social criteria to guide investment choices results in lower profits. The authors present detailed instructions on how to become a "Natural Investor"--someone who balances the need for financial returns with a desire to make the world a better place.

Former Wall Street stock broker, Marshall Glickman, goes a step further with The Mindful Money Guide (Ballantine Wellspring, $13)--an important resource for those seeking a more introspective approach to personal financial reform. A strong believer that true wealth isn't measured in dollars, Glickman gives tips on how to maximize a holistic conception of economic well-being.
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Title Annotation:instructions on socially responsible investing
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Date:Nov 1, 1999
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