Time: May 8, 2013 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: Lafayette Library Oak Conference Room
Street: 3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd. (2 blocks from BART)
Event Type: workshop, and, discussion
Organized By: Allan Moskowitz, CFP, AIF
Latest Activity: May 7, 2013
We Californians are used to living in a drought state. And as Americans we take water for granted. We all know how vital water is to all aspects of life, and that our world faces serious water issues that must be addressed. These include water shortages, pollution, aging infrastructure, and distribution challenges.
This might sound like one of those terrible situations that you can't do anything about, but that’s not the case. Companies are developing new technologies and ideas to address these problems. You can make a difference, and potentially a profit, by supporting these efforts with your investments and your values.
Join us for a discussion that explores the role of water in the world and how a number of critical factors are converging to make this an opportune time to consider investing in this sector. Learn how vital water can be for your investment portfolio and in alignment with your values.
Refreshments provided, but seating is limited
There is no charge – so, bring a friend and join the discussion!
Please R.S.V.P. to save a seat to Allan Moskowitz CFP® firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 215-6700 by May 6th
Investment advisory services offered through Protected Investors of America, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. This is not a solicitation to purchase securities.
Hosted by Andrea Hamilton CFP® and Allan Moskowitz CFP®, Sustainable Responsible Impact Investment (SRI) Financial Advisors with Protected Investors of America, Geoffrey Ashton, Calvert Investments, and Martha Schuman, Pax World.