Check the current stock market data, including prices and performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, Nasdaq and the Russell 2000. Plus, track the SPDR ETFs, CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), 10-year Treasury yield, oil and gold.
But to make money in the stock market, you need to go beyond just the raw numbers. Based on a unique study of over 130 years of market history, IBD gives you a proven investing strategy that identifies the seven traits of winning stocks. You’ll also find exclusive stock lists that highlight companies showing those same characteristics right now.
You can quickly build your watch list and apply the IBD strategy using a simple 3-step investing routine that helps you (1) see if it’s time to get into or out of the market, (2) identify the best stocks to buy and track, and (3) see the right time to buy and sell your stocks.
Using this routine regularly will help you stay on top of emerging and changing trends in the overall stock market, as well as leading stocks. This approach is particularly helpful during earnings season, which come around every quarter (i.e., every three months). It’s a good way to stay on top of the earnings calendar to see when notable companies are set to report and help build your own action plan for stocks about to report.
Current Stock Market Data: Dow Jones, S&P 500, Nasdaq, Russell 2000
How is the Dow Jones trading today? How is the performance of the Nasdaq and S&P 500? Check the charts below to get the current stock market data, updating throughout each trading day.
Track intraday, after-hours and premarket trading on the S&P 500.
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Track intraday, after-hours and premarket trading on the Nasdaq.
Track intraday, after-hours and premarket trading on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
SPDR ETFs: Sectors
See which industry sectors are performing best and look for sector rotation by tracking the 11 sector SPDR ETFs.
Market Volatility, 10-Year Treasury Yield, Oil & Gold Prices
Wall Street pays close attention to market volatility and changes in the 10-year Treasury yield, as well as fluctuations in oil and gold prices. Use the charts below to track each of these key factors.
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