Market Capitalization Overlap Between S&P 500, S&P 400 And S&P 600

Apr. 01, 2015 1:14 PM ETVOO, IVOO, VIOO
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Mild mannered engineer who has graduated to program management. Amateur investor in dividend paying stocks, short-term growth stocks and index mutual funds.

I have never noticed the large overlap in market capitalization between the S&P 500 (large), S&P 400 (mid) and S&P 600 (small).

(in millions)

S&P 500: $3,259 - $724,773

S&P 400: $737 - $11,832

S&P 600: $86 - $4,304

Dated: 31Mar2015

Source: S&P Dow Jones Indices

Disclosure: The author is long VOO.

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