SOLACTIVE MICROSECTORS™ U.S. BIG BANKS INDEX COMPONENTS*
The Solactive MicroSectors™ U.S. Big Banks Index includes 10 highly liquid stocks that represent industry leaders across today’s U.S. banking sector. The index’s underlying composition is equally weighted across all stocks, providing a unique performance benchmark that allows for a value-driven approach to investing. While the performance of indices weighted by market capitalization can be dominated by a few of the largest stocks, an equal-weighting allows for a more diversified portfolio. LEARN MORE ABOUT BIG BANKS INDEX
WHAT IS THE BIG BANKS INDEX?
*Index rebalanced to equal 10% weights monthly.
10% J.P. Morgan
10% Wells Fargo
10% Bank of America
10% Goldman Sachs
10% U.S. Bancorp
10% Morgan Stanley
10% Charles Schwab
10% PNC Financial Services
10% Truist Financial
Source: Bloomberg L.P. Data from 3/15/2013 to 12/31/2020. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The Solactive MicroSectors™ U.S. Big Banks Index, an equal-dollar weighted index, was created by Solactive and was launched on 2/25/2019. The index data prior to that date is hypothetical and reflects the application of the index methodology in hindsight. The hypothetical data cannot completely account for the impact of financial risk in actual trading. Past historical or hypothetical data is not a guarantee of future index performance.
Solactive AG (“Solactive”) is the licensor of the Index. The financial instruments that are based on the Index are not sponsored, endorsed, promoted or sold by Solactive in any way and Solactive makes no express or implied representation, guarantee or assurance with regard to: (a) the advisability in investing in the financial instruments; (b) the quality, accuracy and/or completeness of the Index; and/or (c) the results obtained or to be obtained by any person or entity from the use of the Index. Solactive reserves the right to change the methods of calculation or publication. Solactive shall not be liable for any damages suffered or incurred as a result of the use (or inability to use) of the Index.