S&P 500 Index
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S&P 500 Index Daily Quotes
*Up-volume is calculated as the sum of the intraday 1-minute volume increments as the index is moving higher; conversely, down-volume is calculated as the sum of the intraday 1-minute volume increments as the index is moving lower.
S&P 500 Index Quotes for the Previous 9 Trading Days
S&P 500 Index Quotes for Various Periods
S&P 500 Index Advance Decline Quotes for Various Periods
(S&P 500 Index quotes below are average daily quotes for the period from the "Period Start" until now)
* One calendar week has 5 trading days. Furthermore,
About S&P 500 Index
The S&P 500 ("Standard & Poor's 500 Stock Index") is widely regarded as the standard for measuring large-cap U.S. stock market performance. This is one of the most popular indexes representing the top 500 companies in leading industries (most of them listed on the New York Stock Exchange).
The S&P 500 index (^SPX) is the leading U.S. stock market index that cover 500 strongest publicly traded companies (stocks) on the stock market. When compared to the Dow Jones Industrial (DJI) index, the S&P 500 index is much younger, yet, it is considered as the best representation of the U.S. market economy due its consistency and weighting methodology. The S&P 500 index was developed and is currently maintained by the Standard & Poor's. The S&P 500 index in its current presentation was introduced on March 4 of 1957. The same as with the DJI index and in opposite to the Russell 1000 index, the components (stocks) of the S&P 500 index are selected by real people (analysts and other professionals) to cover all industries in the U.S. economy.
The S&P 500 index is used by many professionals and retail traders (from big portfolio managers and famous market analysts to simple traders) as the benchmark index of the entire U.S. stock market. In most cases the performance, risk assestment and volatility of various investments vehicles is compared to the performance of the S&P 500 index.
While the S&P 500 index used as thermometer of the U.S. stock market and as a benchmark index it is also highly used as an investment vehicle. The SPY Exchange Traded Fund (also know as S&P 500 tracking stocks) is the most traded stock by the money flow on the stock market. There are also many other ETFs, mutual funds, options and futures that track the performance of the S&P 500 index.