Where have all the stocks gone?


By Gary Silverman, CFP®

How many stocks are in the S&P 500? Generally, it’s not 500. I mean, they try to make it 500. But companies merge and split and some go bankrupt, so at any time they may have a few more or less than 500. The S&P can stay close because they choose the 500 biggest, more important publicly traded U.S. companies.

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