Just Capital’s Performance Based Index & Just ETF

Just Capital’s performance-based indexes provide investors with an opportunity to invest in companies that have demonstrated a commitment to social responsibility, environmental stewardship, and other values associated with Just Capital’s mission. By investing in companies that adhere to these values, investors can build a portfolio that is both diversified and in line with their values.

Just Capital’s performance-based ETFs are based on the Just Capital Rankings, which measure performance across 800 of America’s largest publicly traded corporations on a range of topics, including employee treatment, customer treatment, environmental practices, community support, and more. Just Capital’s indexes are designed to provide investors with an opportunity to invest in companies that are leading the way in terms of social and environmental responsibility.

2023 Just Capital Company Rankings – Top 10

  1. Bank of America Corporation
  2. NVIDIA Corp
  3. Microsoft Corporation
  4. Accenture plc
  5. Truist Financial Corporation
  6. Verizon Communications Inc
  7. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
  8. Apple Inc
  9. Intel Corp
  10. JPMorgan Chase & Co

JUST U.S. Large Cap Diversified Index (JULCD) / JUST ETF 

The JUST U.S. Large Cap Diversified Index (JULCD) – began live trading in November 2016 and tracks the top 50% of Russell 1000 companies ranked by JUST Capital by industry and is constructed to match its industry weights. The Index is made up of companies from a variety of sectors, including technology, healthcare, and consumer staples. The index uses a proprietary scoring system to ascertain each company’s commitment to ethical and sustainable practices. Companies are judged on their approach to sustainability, labor practices, and diversity and inclusion.

The JUST ETF based on the JULCD Index has delivered strong returns since its inception, with the average return of the ETF outperforming the S&P 500. Over the last 5 years the JUST ETF has returned 40.14%, which slightly outperformed the SPY in that time period which returned 38%


Heavily Traded ETFs
SPDR S&P 500 - SPY
Invesco QQQ
Vanguard S&P 500 - VOO
Vanguard Total Market - VTI
Energy Select Sector - XLE

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