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S&P 500 Index

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The S&P 500 (SPX) is a stock market index. It tracks the stock performance of 500 of the largest publicly traded companies in the U.S, weighted by market capitalization. Companies in the S&P 500 index account for approximately 80% of total U.S. stock market capitalization.
The S&P 500 (SPX) is a stock market index. It tracks the stock performance of 500 of the largest publicly traded companies in the U.S, weighted by market capitalization. Companies in the S&P 500 index account for approximately 80% of total U.S. stock market capitalization.

Overview

S&P 500 Average Smart Score
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Highest Upside Potential
BABoeing
$218.64
Infinity% Upside
Lowest Downside Potential
TWTRTwitter
$43.13
Infinity% Upside
Average Price Target
22.53% Upside
Average Smart Score - shows the average smart score of the stock in the table. Highest Upside Potential - shows the stock with the highest % upside potential. Lowest Downside Potential - shows the stock with the lowest % downside potential. Average Price Target - shows the average upside or downside potential of stocks in the table. Note: Data is updated once a day.

Price History Chart


S&P 500 Companies

These are the companies in the S&P 500. The stocks in the index are weighted according to their total market capitalization. The top 10 largest companies in the index account for approximately 25% of the index’s entire market cap
Name
Price
Price Change
Analyst Price Target
Yearly Gain
Analyst Consensus
Top Analysts' Price Target
Smart Score
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Boeing
$218.64
-40.51%
11 Buy
2 Hold
0 Sell
Strong Buy
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Advanced Micro Devices
$114.84
-33.31%
19 Buy
7 Hold
1 Sell
Moderate Buy
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Dish Network
$24.67
-65.91%
4 Buy
4 Hold
2 Sell
Hold
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Vontier
$29.67
-46.53%
2 Buy
1 Hold
0 Sell
Moderate Buy
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Zebra Tech
$455.00
-44.44%
4 Buy
0 Hold
0 Sell
Strong Buy
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Nvidia
$206.81
-35.57%
24 Buy
9 Hold
0 Sell
Moderate Buy
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Meta Platforms
$222.42
-58.34%
27 Buy
5 Hold
2 Sell
Moderate Buy
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Bio-Rad Laboratories
$707.50
-37.92%
2 Buy
0 Hold
0 Sell
Moderate Buy
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News Corp
$25.70
-30.39%
2 Buy
1 Hold
0 Sell
Moderate Buy
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Hanesbrands
$11.90
-53.00%
4 Buy
6 Hold
0 Sell
Moderate Buy
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S&P 500 ETFs

Name
Price
Change Amount
Change Percent
Avg. Volume
P/E Ratio
Yield
Avg. Volume
Market Cap
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust
80.84M19.601.58%$80.84M$345.17B
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
5.26M19.601.67%$5.26M$283.80B
Vanguard S&P 500 ETF
4.74M19.701.72%$4.74M$255.37B
ProShares Short S&P500
40.97M2.05%$40.97M$3.60B
ProShares Ultra S&P 500
5.18M0.32%$5.18M$2.54B

S&P 500 Sector ETFs

Name
Price
Change Amount
Change Percent
Avg. Volume
P/E Ratio
Yield
Avg. Volume
Market Cap
Materials Select Sector SPDR Fund
5.98M15.202.40%$5.98M$5.03B
Communication Services Select Sector SPDR Fund
5.28M16.101.15%$5.28M$8.02B
Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund
29.03M10.003.79%$29.03M$37.12B
Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund
45.90M13.202.04%$45.90M$28.97B
Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund
8.63M20.601.66%$8.63M$11.90B

S&P 500 Stocks Recent Earnings

SYMBOL
Report Date
Fiscal Quarter
Forecast / EPS
Last Year's EPS
EPS YoY Change
Lamb Weston Holdings
Oct 05, 2022
2023 (Q1)
0.50 / 0.75
0.2
275.00% (+0.55)
Carnival
Sep 30, 2022
2022 (Q3)
-0.06 / -0.58
-1.75
66.80% (+1.17)
CarMax
Sep 29, 2022
2023 (Q2)
1.39 / 0.79
1.72
-54.07% (-0.93)
Micron
Sep 29, 2022
2022 (Q4)
1.37 / 1.45
2.42
-40.08% (-0.97)
Nike
Sep 29, 2022
2023 (Q1)
0.92 / 0.93
1.16
-19.83% (-0.23)

FAQ

What is the S&P 500?
The Standard and Poor’s index, more commonly known as the S&P 500, or simply the S&P, or SPX, is a stock market index that tracks the stock performance of 500 of the largest publicly traded companies in the United States, weighted by market capitalization.

The index is commonly used to give an indication of how the U.S. stock market is performing and provides a benchmark for financial experts. It offers investors a way to measure success and many investors, as well as professionals such as analysts, hedge fund managers, and financial bloggers aim to beat the S&P 500.

In total there are 505 companies in the S&P. The index includes stocks from 11 sectors – Communication Services, Consumer Discretionary, Consumer Staples, Energy, Financials, Health Care, Industrials, Materials, Real Estate, Technology, Utilities.

Since the index is weighted by market capitalization, the largest companies have a significant influence on its performance. These companies include Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Johnson & Johnson, and Microsoft. While many companies in the index are household names, some are less well known.

As stock prices and numbers of shares are constantly changing, the composition of the S&P occasionally changes.
How is the S&P 500 Index calculated?
The S&P is calculated using “a float-adjusted, market capitalization weighted methodology”. It does this by measuring the value of the stocks of the 500 largest, or more accurately 505, companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, or Nasdaq Composite.

Float adjusted means that the SPX is continually recalculated according to the number and price of shares trading. If a company issues or removes shares, then the index is recalculated to reflect this.

Market capitalization is a way of measuring the total value of a public company. It is calculated by multiplying the price of a stock by its total number of outstanding shares.

The weighted methodology means that the companies in the index are not valued equally. Rather, companies with a larger market cap make a greater contribution. Hence, the 10 largest companies account for approximately 25% of the index’s entire market capitalization.
What is the difference between an ETF and a mutual fund?
Exchange traded funds, (ETFs), and mutual funds are similar in concept. Both are diversified investments that pool investors’ money to buy a basket of securities within a single security. However, there are some important differences.

Most mutual funds are actively managed by a professional investor. ETFs track an index such as the S&P 500 and are usually passive investments. Saying that, some mutual funds follow an index and are passive, and actively managed ETFs do exist, although are rare.

ETFs and mutual funds are traded differently. While mutual funds can only be bought or sold after the market closes, ETFs can be traded throughout the day when markets are open. Mutual funds are more complex investments than ETFs, and this affects fees. The expense ratio which is made up of management, operational, and other fees, is usually higher for mutual funds, given their complexity and active management. Mutual funds often have a higher entry cost that ETFs.

If you are considering investing in an ETF or mutual fund, you should also check what the tax implications are, as they too can differ.

Key Stats

Market Data
Previous Close3,790.93
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range3,584.13 - 4,818.62
Fundamentals
Earnings Yield0.06%
Dividend Yield1.62%
Book Value per Share1005.63
P/E Ratio18.12
Performance
1 Year Price Returns-12.70%
Year to Date Price Returns-20.90%
6 Month Price Returns-15.40%
3 Month Price Returns-1.40%
1 Month Price Returns-3.00%
Characteristics
Number of Constituents505
Max Market Cap: AAPL
$2.35T
Min Market Cap: XRX
$2.28B
Total Market Cap$35.05T
Technicals
200 Day SMA4,002.49
50 Day SMA4,203.49
"Previous Close" - The last trading day’s closing price. "Day’s Range" - The day’s lowest and highest prices. "52 Week Range" - The 52 week lowest and highest prices. "Earnings Yield" - Earnings per share for the most recent 12-month period divided by the current market price per share. "Dividend Yield" - Total dividends paid divided by total stock prices. "Book Value Per Share (BVPS)" - (total shareholder equity- preferred equity)/total outstanding shares. "P/E Ratio" - Market Cap/Earnings per share. "200/50 Day SMA" - The 200 and 50 day simple moving average.

S&P 500 P/E Ratio

Current S&P 500 P/E Ratio18.12
Mean26.13
Median23.29
Min6.79 (Apr 1980)
Max123.73 (May 2009)
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Fair value: 18.12
53.7
Undervalued
Fair value
Overvalued
Extremely Overvalued
The P/E ratio of the S&P 500 index. See the current ratio and other significant ratios, such as minimum and maximum, mean and median. Although historical data goes back to 1870, TipRanks uses data from March 1957 when the S&P 500 in its current form was introduced.

Top Gainers

Company
Price & Change
Price Chart (7D)
Illumina
218.52
+13.46 (+6.56%)
Schlumberger
41.57
+2.45 (+6.26%)
Gap Inc
9.72
+0.48 (+5.19%)
NOV Inc.
18.44
+0.88 (+5.01%)
Lamb Weston Holdings
82.15
+3.3 (+4.19%)
See which S&P 500 index stocks are making the biggest gains, the list is updated every 15 mins, price quotes are real-time.

Top Losers

Company
Price & Change
Price Chart (7D)
Lumen Technologies Inc.
7.28
-0.76 (-9.45%)
Vornado Realty Trust
22.47
-1.53 (-6.38%)
SL Green Realty Corp
39.66
-1.8 (-4.34%)
Carnival Corporation
7.43
-0.33 (-4.25%)
Essex Property Trust
236.35
-9.17 (-3.73%)
See which S&P 500 index stocks are making the biggest losses, the list is updated every 15 mins, price quotes are real-time.

Events

Stock
Type
Date
McCormick & Company
Earnings Release
Oct 06, 2022
Conagra Brands
Earnings Release
Oct 06, 2022
Constellation Brands
Earnings Release
Oct 06, 2022
Progressive
Ex-Dividend Date
Oct 06, 2022
Mastercard
Ex-Dividend Date
Oct 06, 2022
See recent and upcoming events including ex-dividend dates and earnings.

S&P 500 P/E Ratio History

Date
P/E Ratio
Shiler P/E Ratio
Dec 31, 2021
30.02
39.98
Dec 31, 2020
37.85
34.19
Dec 31, 2019
24.21
30.97
Dec 31, 2018
24.97
33.31
Dec 31, 2017
23.59
28.06
Dec 31, 2016
22.18
24.21
Dec 31, 2015
20.02
26.49
Dec 31, 2014
18.15
24.86
Dec 31, 2013
17.03
21.9
Dec 31, 2012
14.87
21.21
Dec 31, 2011
16.3
22.98
Dec 31, 2010
20.7
20.53
Dec 31, 2009
70.91
15.17
Dec 31, 2008
21.46
24.02
Dec 31, 2007
17.36
27.21
Dec 31, 2006
18.07
26.47
Dec 31, 2005
19.99
26.59
Dec 31, 2004
22.73
27.66
Dec 31, 2003
31.43
22.9
Dec 31, 2002
46.17
30.28
Dec 31, 2001
27.55
36.98
Dec 31, 2000
29.04
43.77
Dec 31, 1999
32.92
40.57
Dec 31, 1998
24.29
32.86
Dec 31, 1997
19.53
28.33
Dec 31, 1996
18.08
24.76
Dec 31, 1995
14.89
20.22
Dec 31, 1994
21.34
21.41
Dec 31, 1993
22.5
20.32
Dec 31, 1992
25.93
19.77
Dec 31, 1991
15.35
15.61
Dec 31, 1990
15.13
17.05
Dec 31, 1989
11.82
15.09
Dec 31, 1988
14.02
13.9
Dec 31, 1987
18.01
14.92
Dec 31, 1986
14.28
11.72
Dec 31, 1985
10.36
10
Dec 31, 1984
11.52
9.89
Dec 31, 1983
11.48
8.76
Dec 31, 1982
7.73
7.39
Dec 31, 1981
9.02
9.26
Dec 31, 1980
7.39
8.85
Dec 31, 1979
7.88
9.26
Dec 31, 1978
8.28
9.24
Dec 31, 1977
10.41
11.44
Dec 31, 1976
11.82
11.19
Dec 31, 1975
8.3
8.92
Dec 31, 1974
11.68
13.53
Dec 31, 1973
18.09
18.71
Dec 31, 1972
18.01
17.26
Dec 31, 1971
18.12
16.46
Dec 31, 1970
15.76
17.09
Dec 31, 1969
17.65
21.19
Dec 31, 1968
17.71
21.51
Dec 31, 1967
15.31
20.43
Dec 31, 1966
17.81
24.06
Dec 31, 1965
18.75
23.27
Dec 31, 1964
18.77
21.63
Dec 31, 1963
17.66
19.26
Dec 31, 1962
21.25
21.2
Dec 31, 1961
18.6
18.47
Dec 31, 1960
17.12
18.34
Dec 31, 1959
18.77
17.98
Dec 31, 1958
12.49
13.79
Dec 31, 1957
13.34
16.72

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