Russell 3000 Index

The Russell 3000 Index is a capitalization-weighted stock market index, maintained by FTSE Russell, that seeks to be a benchmark of the entire U.S stock market. It measures the performance of the 3,000 largest publicly held companies incorporated in America as measured by total market capitalization, and represents approximately 98% of the American public equity market. The index, which was launched on January 1, 1984, is maintained by FTSE Russell, a subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange Group.

The ticker symbol on most systems is ^RUA.

Record valuesEdit

Category All-Time Highs
Closing 2,387.37 Friday, February 12, 2021
Intraday 2,397.42 Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Annual returnsEdit

Year Price return Total return
1994 −2.48% 0.19%
1995 33.58% 36.80%
1996 19.19% 21.82%
1997 29.47% 31.78%
1998 22.32% 24.14%
1999 19.43% 20.90%
2000 −8.52% –7.46%
2001 –12.62% –11.46%
2002 –22.81% –21.54%
2003 28.73% 31.06%
2004 10.08% 11.95%
2005 4.28% 6.12%
2006 13.66% 15.71%
2007 3.30% 5.14%
2008 −38.70% –37.31%
2009 25.46% 28.34%
2010 14.75% 16.93%
2011 −0.92% 1.03%
2012 13.98% 16.42%
2013 30.95% 33.55%
2014 10.45% 12.56%
2015 −1.47% 0.48%
2016 10.42% 12.74%
2017 18.85% 21.13%
2018 −6.99% −5.24%
2019 28.54% 31.02%
2020 18.82% 20.89%

InvestingEdit

The Russell 3000 Index is tracked by several exchange-traded funds, such as the iShares Russell 3000 ETF (NYSE ArcaIWV)[1] and the Vanguard Russell 3000 ETF (NasdaqVTHR).[2]

Top 10 holdingsEdit

(as of January 31, 2021)[3]

Top sectors by weightEdit

  • Technology
  • Consumer Discretionary
  • Health Care
  • Industrials
  • Financials
  • Consumer Staples
  • Telecommunications
  • Real Estate
  • Utilities
  • Energy
  • Basic Materials

(as of September 30, 2020)[4]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "iShares Russell 3000 ETF | IWV".
  2. ^ "Vanguard page for Vanguard Russell 3000 ETF".
  3. ^ "Index factsheet".
  4. ^ "Index factsheet".

External linksEdit