Just companies generate higher ROE, have higher operating margins, and command a valuation premium, showing that just business is better business.
We drill down into the metrics the public sees as central to just business behavior – to better understand the work these companies are doing align their profits with their purpose.
Learn more about the JULCD’s performance since inception.
This new analysis provides evidence that U.S. companies performing best on the priorities of the American public generate significantly greater investment returns and exhibit reduced investment risk than their lower performing counterparts.
Most mothers don’t receive the kind of workplace support they need to balance care for their families with bringing their full selves to work.
At JUST Capital, we’ve heard from the American people that environmental impact is one of their top concerns. In honor of Earth Day 2018, here are five companies taking the lead on recycling.
This year may be remembered as the year when socially responsible investing (SRI) in the United States made the leap from a sizable, but relatively uncommon, investment option to an indispensable portfolio element.
Companies that behave more justly are also more resilient to market and earnings risks.
What do Microsoft, Colgate-Palmolive, and AT&T have in common?
Equity indexes of our most JUST companies have higher Sharpe ratios, similar or better downside risk characteristics, and moderate tracking risk versus the Russell 1000.
JUST 100 trade at a small valuation discount to their industry peers
It isn’t only the very largest companies that can “afford” to behave justly.
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