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Basic Info

The S&P 500 index covers the 500 largest companies that are in the United States. These companies can vary across various sectors. The S&P 500 is one of the most important indices in the world as it widely tracks how the United States stock market is performing. The S&P 500 has had several major drawdowns that have been greater than 40% during recessionary periods including in 1974, 2002, and 2009.
Core Index Name S&P 500
Return Type Price Return
Currency Code USD
Category Hedge Type Not Hedged

Top 10 Constituents

Name Price % Change % Weight
Apple Inc 119.86 2.80% Upgrade
Microsoft Corp 214.14 -0.51% Upgrade
Amazon.com Inc 3172.70 -0.71% Upgrade
Facebook Inc 277.72 -0.03% Upgrade
Alphabet Inc 1758.39 -1.60% Upgrade
Alphabet Inc 1764.47 -1.60% Upgrade
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 229.50 -0.89% Upgrade
Johnson & Johnson 144.99 0.69% Upgrade
JPMorgan Chase & Co 118.20 -2.49% Upgrade
Visa Inc 210.51 -0.23% Upgrade

Periodic Performance

Name
1M
3M
6M
1Y
3Y
5Y
10Y
15Y
7.49%
4.85%
20.87%
17.53%
14.02%
13.98%
14.16%
9.54%
As of November 27, 2020. Returns for periods of 1 year and above are annualized.

Annual Performance

Name
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
YTD
32.39%
13.69%
1.38%
11.96%
21.83%
-4.38%
31.49%
14.52%
As of November 27, 2020.

Basic Info

The S&P 500 index covers the 500 largest companies that are in the United States. These companies can vary across various sectors. The S&P 500 is one of the most important indices in the world as it widely tracks how the United States stock market is performing. The S&P 500 has had several major drawdowns that have been greater than 40% during recessionary periods including in 1974, 2002, and 2009.
Core Index Name S&P 500
Return Type Price Return
Currency Code USD
Category Hedge Type Not Hedged

Index Varieties

Return Types
Net Total Return S&P 500 Net Total Return
Total Return S&P 500 Total Return