SP600V S&P SmallCap 600 Value Index

S&P classifies every stock in the S&P Smallcap 600 Index into one of three buckets: growth (33%), value (33%), and blend (34%). S&P calculates a value score for every stock using three factors: book value to price ratio, earnings to price ratio, and sales to price ratio. S&P calculates a growth score for every stock using three-year change in EPS over price per share, three-year sales per share growth, and 12 month price momentum. Every stock is then grouped into the three buckets (growth, value, blend) based on the combination of the growth and value scores. The blend bucket includes those stocks that do not have strong growth or value characteristics.The S&P Smallcap 600 Value Index includes all stocks in the value and blend buckets, or about 400 stocks. The selected stocks are weighted using market capitalization. The S&P U.S. Style Indices are rebalanced once a year in December.

591.57
As of 05/17/2019


Index Information
Provider:     S&P Dow Jones
Category1:  US Equity
Category2:  Broad market
Category3:  Small cap
Country:      USA
Currency:    USD
Inception date:  09/30/1996
Backtesting data exists:   No
Weighting methodology:   Market capitalization
Number of holdings:  400
Rebalanced:  Annually
Reconstituted:  Annually

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