Stock Index Research and Top 10 Stock Returns:
S&P US Consumer Discretionary (SP500-25)


Stock index research analysis on stock value, growth and safety with the purely finance fact-based Obermatt Method for S&P 500 Consumer Discretionary Index (SP500-25, USA) from January 13, 2017.


S&P US Consumer Discretionary Research in Summary


Latest Research Results:

Value Rank
32
Growth Rank
59
Safety Rank
50
Combined Rank
46
Country USA
Analyzed 50 Aktien
Sizes X-Large bis XX-Large

Published: January 13, 2017. Index research is updated yearly. ()


S&P US Consumer Discretionary - Top 10 Stocks


Stock Index Research Profile

The Obermatt stock index analysis shows how well the stocks in the S&P US Consumer Discretionary rank in respect to Obermatt's investment strategies. The higher the rank, the better the index fits the profile of that investment strategy. The result is weighted by the size of each stock in the entire Index. Compare other Indices: Index Research Profiles of all stock markets.


STOCK INDEX RESEARCH 2013 2014 2015 2016
INDEX VALUE RANKS
33
29
38
32
INDEX GROWTH RANKS
63
53
73
59
INDEX SAFETY RANKS
44
47
51
50
INDEX COMBINED RANKS
39
37
38
46

Published: January 13, 2017. Index research is updated yearly. ()


Top 10 Returns

The Top 10 Returns show the performance of the Top 10 Stocks for each investment strategy compared to the performance of the S&P US Consumer Discretionary itself. A rank of 50 means that the Top 10 Stocks showed better performance than the S&P US Consumer Discretionary. The higher the rank, the better was the performance of the Top 10 stocks in that investment strategy. Compare the Top 10 Returns of all stock markets.


TOP 10 STOCKS RETURNS 2013 2014 2015 2016
VALUE TOP 10 RETURNS
51
GROWTH TOP 10 RETURNS
35
SAFETY TOP 10 RETURNS
24
COMBINED TOP 10 RETURNS
41

Published: January 13, 2017. Index research is updated yearly. ()


The difference between the two

Imagine you are evaluating a football team. You may want to know more about the profile of the team: muscle mass of each player, average sprint speed, number of years with the team, etc. This is the equivalent of our stock index research profile.

But, the profile of the team and its members doesn’t tell you anything about how they performed in the past. For this, you want to know how many wins / losses they had, how many goals the best players scored, number of fouls per player, etc. This is the equivalent of our stock index Top 10 Returns.

You can find out more about the characteristics of an index - our stock index research profile - or you can see what the characteristics in that index actually delivered – our stock index Top 10 Returns.