Wilshire indexes

Wilshire indexes

Widely followed performance measurement indexes measuring performance of all U.S.-headquartered equity securities with readily available price data, created by Wilshire Associates, Inc.

Wilshire Indexes

A series of capitalization-weighted indexes that tracks as many stocks being traded in the United States as possible. They track all stocks traded on the NYSE, American Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and any other stock for which data is easily available. It is the broadest index in the United States. The Wilshire indexes are subdivided into four indexes: one for large-cap, one for mid-cap, one for small-cap, and one for micro-cap stocks.
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Claymore is the exclusive provider of ETFs utilizing Wilshire indexes.
The introduction of WMCR is the first style or size ETF based on the Wilshire indexes and marks another milestone in our commitment to working with Claymore to deliver a comprehensive suite of world-class Wilshire ETFs.
The Wilshire Indexes, developed by Wilshire Associates Incorporated, ("Wilshire([R])"), a global independent investment and consulting services firm, have been in existence for more than 35 years and are used extensively by institutional and active money managers as performance benchmarks.
The Wilshire indexes are designed to give investors a Pure and Complete(SM) measure of the market without arbitrary rules and restrictions that introduce biases," said David L.
water and wastewater utility company, today announced that its common shares have been added to multiple Dow Jones Wilshire Indexes.
Shares of American Water, which listed on the New York Stock Exchange on April 23, 2008, were added to following Dow Jones Wilshire Indexes after the close of market on May 19, 2008:
Inclusion of a company in the Dow Jones Wilshire Indexes does not in any way reflect an opinion of Dow Jones or Wilshire on the investment merits of the company.
NYSE: IVZ) today announced that its common shares have been added to multiple Dow Jones Wilshire Indexes.
Shares of Invesco, which transferred its primary listing to the New York Stock Exchange from the London Stock Exchange on December 4, were added to the following Wilshire Indexes after the close of markets on December 21, 2007:
Dow Jones Wilshire indexes are available on market-data vendor platforms-- many in real-time format--and on the Dow Jones Indexes (www.
streetTRACKS products, based on the Dow Jones Wilshire Indexes are not sponsored, endorsed, sold, or promoted by Dow Jones or Wilshire and neither make any representation regarding the advisability of investing in them.
The Dow Jones Wilshire Indexes are calculated, distributed and marketed by Dow Jones Indexes(R) pursuant to an agreement with Wilshire Associates Incorporated(R).