Category Archives: Marco Vangelisti

Crashing and Burning: The Stock Market, Money, and You

When yields on the 10-year Treasury note fall below 2%, you know the final vestige of a “safe” investment on Wall Street has fallen. Is the shit hitting the fan and should you pay attention? We...

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Marco Vangelisti Shares How to Make Our Money Matter

“Most of us are not aware of the individual holdings of mutual funds in which we might be invested, let alone how the individual companies in them are utilizing the capital and how they treat their employees, the communities they affect and the environment.”

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From Wall Street to Main Street: A Conversation with Local Investor Marco Vangelisti

Marco Vangelisti left his job as an investment fund manager in 2009, after an eye-opening discovery about the kinds of companies the fund, and its mission-driven clients, were investing in. The first thing he did was to liquidate his Wall Street portfolio and reinvest it in local and sustainable investments. The second thing was to […]