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Alyce Lomax

Alyce Lomax


Alyce Lomax is a columnist for 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

Are These Firms Slamming Your Stocks?

Critics call foul on proxy advisory firms, but this fails to hold up to scrutiny.

Barnes & Noble Is Riskier Than Ever

CEO William Lynch’s resignation doesn’t make the mega-bookstore’s future look any brighter.

Should We Care About Barnes & Noble's Survival?

Value investors had better think twice about Barnes & Noble; the mega-bookstore story is drawing to a close.

CEOs With the Midas Touch

How much should you thank departing CEOs?

Why I'm Buying More Costco Now

It's high time to purchase more shares of this gold-standard stock.

Shareholders: Remember Your Rights on Independence Day

In America, citizens get votes. So do investors.

Did Solazyme Just Get Riskier?

Today’s news isn’t great, but let’s not panic about Solazyme.

Could the SEC Actually Get Some Teeth?

That watchdog needs more bite -- and it might be growing in that direction.

Why Chipotle Investors Should Be Proud Today

Chipotle has made an admirable move on GMOs -- and it didn't have to.

"Lean In": Women's Work Is Still Never Done

Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" reveals honest truths about gender and success in the workplace

Stay Away From "Seriously?!" Stocks

Market rallies float all boats -- even the ones with holes in their hulls.

It May Be Time for Some Investors to Sell SodaStream

Speculative stock surges are dangerous territory.

When Shareholders Get Snubbed

Beware companies that don’t care about shareholder votes or opinions.

EnerNOC: I'm Buying Into the Brownout

Here's why I'm going contrarian and adding to my EnerNOC position.

Tesla: Gone in 20 Seconds

Did you blink and miss it? Should you try to catch up?

Economies and Investments Could Dry Up Sooner Than You Think

Logical investors should take the hydrologic cycle's effects seriously.

Amazon's Fresh-Squeezed Plan to Crush Grocers

Look out: The e-commerce giant is delivering food to the doorstep.

Snoozing Boards Can Stunt Your Stocks

Too many directors are mired, tired, and should be retired. It's time for an infusion of new, diverse blood.

Pick Your "Discount" Stocks Carefully

Costco's sticker shock shouldn't turn off investors; it's the best in the discount retail sector.

Highway Robbery You Can Bank On

Overpaid CEOs are just the first red flag for financial companies' investors.