29% of S&P 500 stocks outperform the index

Det är endast 29 procent av de dryga 500 aktier som ingår i det breda amerikanska börsindexet, S&P 500, som outperformar indexet egen utveckling. Detta är den lägsta siffran sedan 1999.

Only 29% of the more than 500 stocks included in the broad US stock market index, the S&P 500, outperform the index’s own performance. This is the lowest figure since 1999.

Due to the large number of stocks included in this index, it is inherent that not all stocks will outperform the index. However, it is not necessarily the case that half of all stocks outperform the index because, unlike the Dow Jones, the S&P 500 is a market cap weighted index. This means that larger companies will be given more weight than smaller companies.

In the case of the Dow Jones, one share from each constituent company is added to the index and it is the share price that has the greatest impact. In the case of the S&P 500, we see that it is a small number of companies that are doing well that contribute to the index’s performance.

Source: Jefferies / Michael A. Arouet)

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