MARKET

SLYV

SLYV

SPDR® S&P 600 Small Cap Value ETF
NYSEARCA
82.08
-0.17
-0.21%
Opening 14:25 05/20 EDT
OPEN
82.25
PREV CLOSE
82.25
HIGH
82.48
LOW
81.99
VOLUME
52.75K
TURNOVER
0
52 WEEK HIGH
84.94
52 WEEK LOW
65.68
TOTAL ASSET
3.92B
YTD YIELD
15.01%
1D
5D
1M
3M
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5Y
Weekly Report: what happened at SLYV last week (0513-0517)?
Weekly Report · 6h ago
Weekly Report: what happened at SLYV last week (0506-0510)?
Weekly Report · 05/13 12:22
Coiled Tight: Smaller Companies Are Primed For Outperformance
Home Investing Strategy Portfolio Strategy Coiled Tight: Smaller Companies are Primed For Outperformance. In the United States, small- and micro-cap stocks have lagged large- and mega-cap companies for a decade. The spring is coiled tight in the small-cap space, and we view it as favorable for generating alpha.
Seeking Alpha · 05/09 07:05
Weekly Report: what happened at SLYV last week (0429-0503)?
Weekly Report · 05/06 12:32
RWJ: Beating Other Small-Cap Value ETFs For 4 Years
Invesco S&P SmallCap 600 Revenue ETF has outperformed the small-cap benchmark since its inception in 2008. The RWJ ETF portfolio is heavy in consumer discretionary, but it is well-diversified across holdings. Invesco's RWJ is cheaper than the parent index but growth and quality metrics are average.
Seeking Alpha · 05/04 13:00
Weekly Report: what happened at SLYV last week (0422-0426)?
Weekly Report · 04/29 12:42
The Myth Of Small-Cap Outperformance
Small-cap stocks may not reliably generate superior returns compared to large-cap companies. Over a 23-year period, small-caps only outperformed large-caps by a negligible margin. The size factor may even be detrimental to portfolios. Small-caps may underperform during bear markets and outperform during bull markets.
Seeking Alpha · 04/23 03:46
Weekly Report: what happened at SLYV last week (0415-0419)?
Weekly Report · 04/22 12:23
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Profile
Fund Name
SPDR® S&P 600 Small Cap Value ETF
Inception Date
2000-09-25
Benchmark
S&P SmallCap 600 Value TR USD
Advisor Company
SSgA Funds Management Inc
Custodian
State Street Bank and Trust Co
Manager
Michael Feehily, Karl Schneider, David Chin