S&P Dow Jones Indices maintains a variety of indices that measure the performance of specific investment strategies or themes.
CBOE DJIA BuyWrite Index
Measures the performance of a theoretical portfolio that sells options based on the Dow Jones Industrial Average™ against a portfolio of the stocks included in The Dow®. For more information please visit the CBOE Web site.
CBOE DJIA Volatility Index
Reflects investors' consensus view of expected market volatility over the next 30 days in the Dow Jones Industrial Average™, and as such, can be used as a benchmark of investor sentiment. For more information please visit the CBOE Web site.
Dow Jones Contrarian Opportunities Indices
Transparent, rules-based tools for benchmarking contrarian investment strategies. The indices are designed to systematically measure the performance of stocks that lag behind the broader market in terms of recent performance, but that outrank their peers based on fundamentals-based and other qualitative criteria. What is a Contrarian?
Dow Jones Select MicroCap Index
Represents micro-cap stocks trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), NYSE Amex and Nasdaq that are comparatively liquid and have strong fundamentals relative to the micro-cap segment as a whole.
Dow Jones Global Exchanges Index
Provides a comprehensive measure of publicly traded stock exchanges and trading floors.
Dow Jones Global Shipping Index
Measures the stock performance of high dividend-paying companies in the global shipping industry.
Dow Jones Internet Composite Index
A composite of the Dow Jones Internet Commerce Index and the Dow Jones Internet Services Index. The index represents the largest and most actively traded stocks of U.S. companies in the Internet industry.
Dow Jones Precious Metals Index
Represents the performance of U.S.-traded stocks of companies engaged in the exploration and production of gold, silver and platinum-group metals.