Just Capital issues a new report in support of the stakeholder value proposition in recent times.

Amy Hamilton

2018-06-05 07:36:00 Tue ET

Just Capital issues a new report in support of the stakeholder value proposition in recent times. U.S. corporations that perform best on key priorities such as worker treatment, fair pay, ethical leadership, and environmental protection both generate significantly higher investment returns and exhibit lower return volatility than the subpar performers. Specifically, the top 20% U.S. corporations attain a higher 14% average annual stock return and 7% lower return volatility in contrast to the bottom 20% U.S. corporations. Also, a composite stock investment portfolio strategy that involves both a long position in the former and a short position in the latter yields a hefty 10.6% annual Fama-French factor alpha on average.

Therefore, the stock market rewards those companies that focus on achieving top priorities in support of stakeholder value optimization (in addition to shareholder wealth maximization). Overall, each wise stock market investor should look beyond both fundamental and technical indicators of corporate financial health in the hot pursuit of better employment treatment, equal pay, environmental sustainability, and ethical leadership. These broader considerations help deepen each wide stock market investor's smart data analysis of both quantitative and qualitative insights and perspectives through the lens of long-term sustainable business enterprises.

 


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