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S&P 500 Index

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Key data points

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Day's range
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About S&P 500 Index

Standard and Poor's 500 Index is a capitalization-weighted stock market index measuring the performance of 500 large publicly traded companies in the United States. This index covers a wide range of industries, including technology, healthcare, energy, and finance. It serves as a benchmark for the overall health of the U.S. stock market, as well as a reflection of the country's economic strength.
Substantial gains in the S&P 500 are often interpreted as positive signals for the economy, while losses can be seen as indicators of potential trouble. Investors use this index as a barometer for their own portfolios and to assess the performance of individual stocks. The S&P 500 index plays a vital role in the financial world and is closely watched by analysts and policymakers.

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Summarizing what the indicators are suggesting.
Oscillators
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Oscillators
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Summary
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Summary
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Summary
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Moving Averages
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Moving Averages
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy

Frequently Asked Questions

S&P 500 Index is just a number that lets you track performance of the instruments comprising the index, so you can't invest in it directly. But you can buy S&P 500 Index futures or funds or invest in its components.
The lowest ever quote of S&P 500 Index is 2.73 USD. It was reached on Jun 1, 1877.
S&P 500 Index reached its highest quote on Mar 28, 20245 264.85 USD.