Bill Donovan has more than 20 years of experience writing about investing, business and the economy. He has written for newspapers, magazines, investment firms and book publishers.
Bill is a former senior business writer for the Providence Journal, covering the economy and the stock market. He is the co-author of Investing Secrets of the Masters, a book on the fundamentals of investing published in five languages by McGraw-Hill and featured on the national Fox News program Your World with Neil Cavuto. He also has extensive experience writing for Wall Street mutual fund managers and securities analysts through his work as a senior writer for a financial services public relations firm.
Bill holds a undergraduate degree in communications from Boston College and a master's degree in journalism from American University in Washington, D.C.
Put your money where your mouth is! It's an old saying but one that socially responsible investors try to live by. They aren't willing to accept a profit on their investment if it's from a company that violates their social or religious principles. Fortunately for them, the number of mutual fund families and investment advisers who focus on socially responsible investing, as well as the amount of literature available to learn about the approach, has been growing rapidly in recent years. The evidence exists that it's possible to do well in the markets, by doing good by the environment and society.