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The way we’re going to change corporate behavior is: you have to stop talking about earnings and we need to start talking about justness.
Read more about the JULCD’s Q3 performance here.
Investing for return and social impact is a theme no investment professional should ignore.
Read more about the JULCD’s Q2 performance here.
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.
Read more about the JULCD’s Q1 performance here.
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
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