Stock Market Indices

The American Stock Exchange, or AMEX, is the third largest stock exchange in the United States. As of the end of 2007, 592 US equities with a total market cap of $258 billion traded on the AMEX, with most of them being stocks from the small cap sector
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a price weighted index to track the stock performance of 30 large cap giants of the US economy
The Nasdaq composite, founded in 1971, is a broad based market capitalization weighted index tracking more than 3,000 stocks
The Russell Midcap Index is the benchmark for tracking midcap stocks in the U.S. Markets. The index is made up of of the smallest 800 companies listed on the Russell 1000 index and is weighted by the market capitalization of each stock.
The S&P 500, or the Standard & Poors 500, is a market capitalization based US stock equity index made up of 500 of the largest and most widely held companies

The New York Stock Exchange is the third largest stock index in the world behind the Bombay Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq.

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