How Eco Investor Helps Investors

Eco Investor Magazine covers the Australian listed cleantech sector from ASX 300 companies through to pre-revenue micro caps, making it the best source of information on Australian cleantechs. Each month it keeps readers up to date with the environmentally positive investments available in Australia, how the sector is traveling, and the latest news and discussion on companies and issues.

If you want income from Australia's biggest and safest listed cleantech companies, Eco Investor is the leading source of information. If you want to speculate on promising micro caps commercializing new technologies and business ideas, the magazine has more news and analysis than any other source.

Established in 2005, Eco Investor is Australia's longest running and number one source of information on environmental equities.

If you would like to explore what the environmental theme has to offer, you can download complimentary copies of Eco Investor Magazine by clicking Here.

You an also read over 1,000 free articles from past issues. To read them online, click Here.

You can subscribe to Eco Investor by clicking Here.

Subscribers to Eco Investor Magazine receive the monthly PDF. New subscribers also receive three complimentary back copies of the most recent editions.

Subscribers to Eco Investor Database receive:
- the monthly Eco Investor magazine,
- access to all back copies of the magazine,
- an online search facility for all back copies,
- a list of all the securities we follow on the ASX by business stage and industry sector,
- an environmentally positive analysis of all the companies,
- index of articles on how to investment environmentally,

Eco Investor Magazine and Eco Investor Database assist investors to add and manage an environmental theme to their share or investment portfolio. It is suitable for direct investors, and those with a self managed super fund, family trust or investment company.

Our Positive Screen

Eco Investor has developed a rigorous three-point positive screen to identify environmental investments.

1. Environmental activity - where the core business activity is a solution to an environmental problem;

2. Environmental focus - where the company is wholly or largely focused on this environmental activity; and

3. Environmental commitment - where the company has a commitment to being an environmentally positive business.

The business activities that pass this screen include clean energy and energy efficiency, waste management and recycling, pollution control, sustainable food, environmental engineering, timber alternatives, carbon sinks, and many other clean technologies.

When applied to the ASX, currently about 80 listed companies meet these criteria. Eco Investor analyzes the business stage, risk/ return and investment performance of these securities so investors can identify if they are suitable for their investment strategy.

To help manage risk and return, investments are classified using Eco Investor's “Portfolio Status Strategy”. This is a Four Stage Core-Satellite Strategy that identifies the status a security should have in a portfolio. The four stages are:

Core Securities: Securities with a track record of profits and dividends.

Pre-Dividend Securities: 1. Securities that are profitable and likely to pay dividends in the short to medium term; or 2. securities that once were profitable and dividend paying but have temporary issues with one or both of these; or 3. securities that are profitable and pay dividends but have quality or outlook issues.

Pre-Profit Securities: Securities where the companies are earning revenue but are not yet profitable.

Pre-Revenue Securities: Securities where the companies are not yet earning revenue from the sale of core products.

The Portfolio Status Strategy allows all investors, from the conservative to the aggressive, to identify the securities that match their risk and return profile.

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