The S&P 500 ESG index is a broad-market stock index that tracks the performance of companies that meet certain environmental, social, and governance criteria. The index covers large and mid-cap companies across a variety of industries and aims to provide investors with exposure to companies that are leading the way in sustainable business practices.
S&P 500 Value ETFs track the performance of the S&P 500 Value Index, which measures the performance of large-cap stocks in the United States that are considered to be undervalued by the market. The index includes stocks from a variety of sectors, including healthcare, industrials, and consumer staples.
The S&P 500 Growth index is a stock market index that tracks the performance of the 500 largest companies in the United States that are classified as growth stocks. Growth stocks are typically companies that are expected to experience above-average earnings growth. The index is a capitalization-weighted index, meaning that the largest companies have the greatest impact on the index’s performance.