What is the S&P 500 YTD Return 2021?

Year to Date Return for 2021

Year Total Return Price Return
2021 19.54 18.29

What is the YTD total return of the S&P 500?


5 Day -2.21%
1 Month -3.93%
3 Month 0.11%
YTD 16.00%
1 Year 30.12%

What was S&P 500 2020 return?

The S&P 500 Price index returned 15.76% in 2020. Using a better calculation including dividend reinvestment, the S&P 500 returned 17.88%.

What was the S&P return for June 2021?

Historical Data

Date Value
June 30, 2021 2.22%
May 31, 2021 0.55%
April 30, 2021 5.24%
March 31, 2021 4.24%

Is a high YTD good?

YTD stands for “year to date,” which refers to how a stock has done since the start of the calendar year. Like any most other measures of performance, the higher the YTD return, the better the stock is doing.

Why is S&P 500 dropping?

All the major indexes were set for steep monthly drops with the S&P 500 index on course to snap its seven-month winning streak, due to worries about higher pricing pressures, fallout from China Evergrande’s potential default and wrangling over the U.S. debt ceiling.

What was the S&P 500 on January 1st 2020?


Date Value
Feb 1, 2020 3,277.31
Jan 1, 2020 3,278.20
Dec 1, 2019 3,176.75
Nov 1, 2019 3,104.90

Should I put all my money in S&P 500?

S&P 500 stocks or index funds can offer great returns over the long term, but they’re volatile in the short term. So it’s not a good idea to invest all of your money in them. The general rule of thumb is that the percentage of your portfolio invested in stocks should be 110 minus your age.

How do I put money in the S&P 500?

How to Invest in the S&P 500

  1. Open a Brokerage Account. If you want to invest in the S&P 500, you’ll first need a brokerage account.
  2. Choose Between Mutual Funds and ETFs. You can buy S&P 500 index funds as either mutual funds or ETFs.
  3. Pick Your Favorite S&P 500 Fund.
  4. Enter Your Trade.
  5. You’re an Index Fund Owner!

What does a positive YTD mean?

A positive YTD return represents an investment profit, while a negative YTD return represents a loss. You can calculate a stock’s YTD return to determine how well it has performed so far this year.