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Alyce Lomax

Alyce Lomax

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Alyce Lomax is a columnist for Fool.com specializing in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues and an analyst for Motley Fool One. From October 2010 through June 2015, she managed the real-money Prosocial Portfolio, which integrated socially responsible investing factors into stock analysis.

Recent articles

Investing, Food, Conscience, and Your Portfolio's Returns

Here's an investing trend many investors may be missing in their analysis.


Dimon's Dive From Grace, and Other Investing Lessons

Truth will come out -- and costs will rise -- eventually. In JPMorgan's case, shareholders made a big misjudgment.


High End, Low End, and the End of the Market's "Good" Times

Forget the market rally. Retail sales tell us a lot about reality.


Lululemon's Sizes Do Not Fit All

Strategies related to women’s clothing sizes reveal an uglier side of Lululemon.


Hyperloops, Twitter, and the Active Art of Slowing Down

This week underlined market information hyper-speed, but investors would be wise to slow down.

When Companies Reap What They Sow: Disaster

Shareholders must increasingly call for responsible growth. Here’s a good example why.


Would You Eat Lab-Grown Meat? Maybe You Should.

Could the benefits of synthetic meat outweigh the "ick" factor?


Shark Week: Discovery's Gonna Need a Bigger Boat

Discovery Channel's Shark Week sparks disappointment and outrage amongst fans.


The Truth About Health, Wealth, and Happiness in Investing

Cash without conscience won't make us happy or healthy.


A New Way to View "Value Investing"

Some stocks with "expensive" reputations are valuable in more ways than one might think.

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Whole Foods vs. Sprouts: No Contest

Could hot IPO Sprouts spoil Whole Foods’ growth potential?


It’s Time to Nibble on More Panera

Why I’m buying more Panera for the real-money Prosocial Portfolio.


Why Amazon's Rainforest Rocks

There are some business elements Wall Street just won’t understand.


Ignore the Propaganda About This Profit-Boosting Factor

Investors mustn’t let hijacked words blind them to common sense and profitable solutions.


The End of Fast Food As We Know It

Higher end quick-service upstarts are eating old-school fast food companies for lunch.

There's a Cheaper Buy Than Starbucks Today

The coffee giant served up piping-hot quarterly earnings, but investors are overlooking a better bargain.


Future Danger: The Fossilized Portfolio

The dinosaur play is a dangerous game for investors.


Where Companies Like Chipotle Are Way Ahead of the Curve

The most interesting thing about Chipotle’s earnings is unexpected -- and sets the stage for growth and goodwill.


Are You Prepared for the Future of Investing?

Some investors’ portfolios are stuck in the past instead of prepping for the future.


Should RadioShack Be Condemned?

Rumors wrecked RadioShack shares yesterday, but its foundational weakness is no idle gossip.