sustainable business 20 (SB20)

Definition

A group of stocks in companies that contribute to a sustainable society. The stocks are chosen yearly by a panel of judges who consider both the viability of the companies and their ability to offer goods and services that address social or environmental problems. To be included, companies must be profitable (or close to it) and have a stock price over $1.00.
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