A market index is a theoretical portfolio of investment holdings that shows a segment of the financial market. The value of the index is calculated from the prices of the underlying holdings. The value might be calculated based on market-cap weighting, revenue-weighting, float-weighting, and fundamental-weighting. Weighting is a method of adjusting the individual impact of items in an index. The three most popular stock indexes for tracking the performance of the U.S. market are the Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq Composite.
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