Opinion: This is what will stop the record stock market

Three reasons why interest rates will rise, eroding the present value of future profits

The stock market has been on a tear since 2009, but it won’t always go up.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Project Syndicate) — The U.S. stock market achieved its longest rise in its history on Aug. 22, with the Standard and Poor’s 500 index SPX, +0.03% up by 230% since 2009. Although this wasn’t the biggest increase in a bull market, it marked the longest period of increasing share prices.

Why ‘Good Guy’ Stocks Can Help You Beat the Market

BACK IN 2012, when Andreas Feiner and his colleagues at asset-management startup Arabesque first began pitching investors about including environmental, social, and governance factors (ESG) in their investing decisions, they encountered plenty of skepticism, not to mention eye rolls, sidelong glances, and crooked looks. Investors, recalls Feiner, believed that “if you do something right, you have to pay for it” by accepting smaller profits and lower returns.

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