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The S&P 1500, or S&P Composite 1500 Index, is a stock market index of US stocks made by Standard & Poor's. It includes all stocks in the S&P 500, S&P 400, and S&P 600. This index covers 90% of the market capitalization of U.S. stocks.

S&P Composite 1500
FoundationMay 17, 1995[1]
OperatorS&P Global
ExchangesNASDAQ, NYSE, CBOE
Trading symbol^SP1500
Constituents1506[1]
TypeSmall, Medium and Large cap
Market cap$ 25.91 trillion (2019)
Weighting methodMarket value-weighted
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Websiteus.spindices.com/indices/equity/sp-composite-1500

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Other subsetsEdit

Standard & Poor's also provides the S&P 900 index (a combination of the S&P 500 Index plus the S&P 400 mid-cap index)[2] and the S&P 1000 (the S&P 400 plus the S&P 600 small-cap index).[3]

VersionsEdit

The "S&P 1500" generally quoted is a price return index; there is also "total return" version of the index[4]. These versions differ in how dividends are accounted for. The price return version does not account for dividends; it only captures the changes in the prices of the index components.[5] The total return version reflects the effects of dividend reinvestment.

Annual returnsEdit

Year Price return Total return
2018 −6.77% −4.96%
2017 18.80% 21.13%
2016 10.65% 13.03%
2015 –1.03% 1.01%
2014 10.88% 13.08%
2013 30.12% 32.80%
2012 13.67% 16.17%
2011 –0.26% 1.75%
2010 14.17% 16.38%
2009 24.33% 27.25%
2008 –38.16% –36.72%
2007 3.60% 5.47%
2006 13.28% 15.34%
2005 3.83% 5.66%
2004 9.96% 11.78%

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "S&P Composite 1500". Retrieved 2019-06-06.
  2. ^ S&P 900
  3. ^ S&P 1000
  4. ^ https://howardcc.libguides.com/wallstreetjournal. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/index/spx. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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