"Money is better than poverty, if only for financial reasons," observed Woody Allen Noun 1. Woody Allen - United States filmmaker and comic actor (1935-)
Allen Stewart Konigsberg, 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 Brill or Bril, Flemish painters, brothers.
Mattys Brill (mä`tīs), 1550–83, went to Rome early in his career and executed frescoes for Gregory XIII in the Vatican. , Jack A. Brill and Cliff Feigenbaum, debunk de·bunk
tr.v. de·bunked, de·bunk·ing, de·bunks
To expose or ridicule the falseness, sham, or exaggerated claims of: debunk a supposed miracle drug. 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 well·spring
1. The source of a stream or spring.
2. A source: a wellspring of ideas.
Noun , $13)--an important resource for those seeking a more introspective in·tro·spect
intr.v. in·tro·spect·ed, in·tro·spect·ing, in·tro·spects
To engage in introspection.
[Latin intr 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.