stocks tracked in the Wilshire 5000
Total Market Index rose 9.09%, the firm said, while U.S.
stock market (measured by the Wilshire 5000
stock index as a proxy) and dividing by the total U.S.
* During the most recent 1-year, 5-year and 10-year periods, ending 12/31/17, the club outperformed both, the Vanguard 500 Index Fund (comparable to the Standard & Poor's 500 Index) and the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund (similar to the Wilshire 5000
The Wilshire Liquid Alternative Index family is a joint offering between Wilshire Funds Management, the global investment management business unit of Wilshire Associates Inc., and Wilshire Analytics, creator of the Wilshire 5000
Total Market Index.
Wilshire developed the Wilshire 5000
Total Market Index?
Among them: the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Wilshire 5000
, Russell 2000, Nasdaq, Euro Stoxx 50, Hang Seng, MSCI EAFE and, not least, the S&P 500 index.
The Wilshire 5000
Index .W5000 closed above 20,000 for the first time.
Equity Indexes 11/30/11 YTD Return S&P 500 1,217 -0.80% Dow Jones Industrials 12,046 4.00% Nasdaq Composite 2,620 -1.20% NYSE Composite 7,485 -6.00% Wilshire 5000
13,039 -1.90% Dow Jones Transports 4,946 -3.10% Dow Jones Utilities 449 10.80% Selected Interest Rates 11/30/11 10/31/11 Fed Funds Rate 0.08% 0.08% 3-Month Libor 0.53% 0.43% Prime Rate 3.25% 3.25% 15-Year Mortgage 3.38% 3.42% 30-Year Mortgage 4.02% 4.13% 1-Year ARM 2.78% 2.95% 3-Month Treasury Bill 0.01% 0.02% 5-Year Treasury Note 0.96% 0.97% 10-Year Treasury Bond 2.07% 2.11% 10-Year Inflation 0.03% 0.08% Indexed Treas.
The Janus Aspen Moderate Allocation Portfolio's primary benchmark is the S&P 500 Index and the secondary benchmark is the Moderate Allocation Index, an internally calculated hypothetical combination of unmanaged indices that combines the total returns from the Dow Jones Wilshire 5000
Index (40 per cent), the Barclays Capital U.S.
And the Wilshire 5000
. These are all indexes-collections of stocks used to represent either the entire stock market or a part of the stock market.
One, prepared for the Manufacturing Alliance on Patent Policy by Case Western economics professor Scott Shane in January, concluded that the proposed apportionment-centric system of damages would reduce the value of US patents to between $34.4 billion and $85.3 billion (from an estimated value of between $171.8 billion and $218.7 billion), cut the value of the companies that hold them to between $38.4 billion and $225.4 billion (based on market capitalization of the Wilshire 5000
of $9.8 trillion), reduce R&D spending by $33.9 billion to $66 billion annually and put between 51,000 and 298,000 US manufacturing jobs at risk.
Estimated cumulative stock losses for American households since the end of 2007, with the Dow Jones Wilshire 5000
Composite Index down by nearly 50% | $10.2 trillion