S&P Style FundsDescription (show/hide)
The iShares S&P Style Indexes segment the market by both capitalizaion and value/growth. The family of six ETF's represent small-, mid-, and large-cap companies divided into growth or value based on the book-to-price ratio. The capitalization split is consistent with the S&P small-cap 600, mid-cap 400, and large-cap 500 indexes. And each company is categorized either value or growth. This is unlike some other indexes where a company can fall into both categories or neither category.
Below you will see the Total Return for these funds over the past year. The default order is by Relative Strength but you can sort on any other column by clicking either the Ascending or Descending arrows.
Symbols can be added or removed by changing the list below. Symbols should be separated by a space character. A maximum of 100 symbols can be included. If more than 100 are included then the list will be truncated. Click the Update button to refresh the page.
Any symbols marked with * are not shown in the data tables because they are either filtered out
by the above settings, not valid symbols, or are low volume ETF's not updated intra-day.