S&P 100, 500, 400 & 600 RANKING

 

 

Our S&P 500 RANK System measures the short- and long-term momentum of the Large-Cap stocks included in the S&P 500 and ranks them from the strongest to the weakest.

The S&P 500 [Standard & Poor's 500 Index] is an index of the 500 largest U.S. publicly traded companies. Due to the size and the number of the companies included in the index, S&P500 probably the best gauge of large-cap U.S. equities.

 

 

Our S&P 400 RANK System measures the short- and long-term momentum of the stocks Mid-Cap included in the S&P 400 and ranks them from the strongest to the weakest.

The S&P 400 is an index that comprises 400 companies selected as broadly representative of companies with midrange market capitalization (between 200 million and 5 billion).

 

 

Our S&P 600 RANK System measures the short- and long-term momentum of the stocks Small-Cap included in the S&P 600 and ranks them from the strongest to the weakest.

The S&P 600 is an index of small-cap stocks. It tracks a broad range of small-sized companies.

 

The results of the short-term RANK have been computed using a combination of one-day to one-month data, while the results of the long-term RANK have been computed using a combination of one-day to twelve-month data.

S&P500 LARGE-CAP

S&P400 MID-CAP

S&P600 SMALL-CAP