Above the Earth’s core is rock, containing silicon, oxygen, iron, magnesium and aluminum. We live on this rock, with only one external source of energy – The Sun.

Less than 1% of all energy comes from this source. Every other source has limits or bounds…it is finite. Our world continues to expand, and at this rate world-wide energy demand will double by 2050, and again by 2100.


We believe significant wealth is created by investors that own companies that generate, and not consume, that respect human rights and respect natures limitations, and that create the most benefit for stakeholders, not just shareholders.

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Evolution of impact investing has given us the opportunity to invest and do good. The times of high cost and higher risk are dead and gone. Our team at Yield Wealth is the leader in impact investing in the south. We help foundations, endowments, and people identify their most important values and desired outcomes and allocate their financial resources towards those outcomes.

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Our partners scour the ever-changing landscape of impact investments to find the options in each asset category that best match your personal values and goals. We do not sell products, nor manage our own stock and bond portfolios. Our team objectively evaluates both the social and financial merits of separate managed account, mutual fund, private equity fund, exchange traded fund and real estate investment rather than trying to push our own ideas.

Imagine a world that invest for profit to do good. We will not continue to do business as usual, times are changing and we are leading the charge. To learn more about how we help you align your financial resources to what matters most, email

cropped-ck-photo.jpgCharles Kochel is the founder of Yield Wealth Management. Yield is the one of the first benefit corporations in Arkansas and a leading impact investment firm in the south.

To learn more about Yield Wealth or schedule a time to visit, email or visit Do not consider this blog investment advice.


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