1. What is the Russell 2000 Index?
The Russell 2000 Index is one of the Russell Indexes. It was founded in 1972 by Frank Russell and has 2,000 constituent index stocks. It is the smallest stock of 2000 stocks in the Russell 3000 Index.
2. Main content
The Russell 2000 Index is a market capitalization indicator for small and medium-sized stocks on the market. The total market capitalization in the market is only $810 billion, which is less than one tenth of the S&P 500. The companies in the Russell 2000 Index account for approximately 11% of the market value of the Russell 3000 Index.
The Russell 2000 Index does not include stocks below $1 and PinkSheet stocks (the so-called "PinkSheet" refers to stocks that are listed on the Nasdaq's OTC (over-the-counter) trading board market.
3. Calculation formula
The Russell 2000 Index is based on the market value of the companies covered by the index.
Listed company market value = stock price x number of shares issued.
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