What Is an Investment Account Mid Cap Index?

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The mid cap index refers to an index that tracks all of the mid-level companies. Learn some examples of mid-cap indexes, such as the Russell Index, with help from a licensed insurance agent in this free video on retirement planning and personal finance.

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My name is Bill Rae. I'm a licensed agent and have been in the financial field for well over two decades. The question is, what is an investment mid cap index. Excellent question. Mid cap basically describes very much like the names sounds, middle of the road, mid cap. When we speak of mid cap index, we're looking at things like The Russel Index which generally looks at companies that have anywhere from a hundred, two hundred forties on upwards to eight to ten thousand employees. That's the middle companies, the middle of the road, not small, not super large, mid cap. So an index would be anything that tracks all these companies or a portion of these companies that are middle companies. Again, employees from a hundred to say ten thousand. Anything that bundles them together such as The Russel, is a mid cap index. My name is Bill Rae and I am helping you build wealth.


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