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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Often referred to as the Total Stock Market Index, this index was maintained by Wilshire Associates until April of 2004, when Wilshire and Dow Jones Indexes began cobranding it and other Wilshire indexes. The index contains more than 5,000 stocks that trade in the U.S.