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What is the Barron’s 400 Index?

Barron's 400 Index

It’s an even-handed Stock Market Index used to chart the performance of particular US public companies. It is rooted in the strength of financial statistics connected to cash flow, growth, market value and profitability.

Where have you heard about the Barron’s 400 Index?

The index was calculated on June 27th 2007, but its history dates back to 31st December 1997. All 400 analytical parts are equally weighted in the index at each half-annual rebalance. The results stop a small amount of large companies from driving the index.

What you need to know about the Barron’s 400 Index.

Also known as B400, Barron’s 400 Index is sustained and updated by MarketGrader.com Corp, a stock research company. MarketGrader advanced the index whilst working with Barrons, who are a financial news publication. Both companies still run the index together. The Barron’s 400 often outperforms other major indexes, and did so from 2000 until the first half of 2013.

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