Russell 2000 (RUT) Index forecast for 2021
The forecast has been updated: October 22, 2021 9:53
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How much will the Russell 2000 index cost in 2021? Russell 2000 Index Monthly Forecast for January, February, March, April, May, July, July, August, September, October, November and December 2021.
We predict the dynamics of the stock market value using resonant artificial intelligence systems.
Technical, fundamental analyzes, news background, general geopolitical situation in the world and other factors are taken into account.
Forecasts are adjusted once a day taking into account the price change of the previous day.
Russell 2000 Index Forecast for 2021
|Month||Rate Forecast||MIN Rate||MAX Rate|| Volati- |
|Nov||2 270.96||2 141.97||2 312.74||7.38 %|
|Dec||2 201.92||2 134.98||2 319.94||7.97 %|
The table above shows the forecasted values of the Russell 2000 index. "Rate Forecast" is the optimal average forecast price. The "MIN Rate" column displays a pessimistic forecast for this month. “MAX Rate” is an optimistic forecast. The "% Volatility" column represents the approximate monthly volatility of the Russell 2000 Index.
Russell 2000 Index Forecast for this year
Russell 2000 Index forecast for Nov 2021.
Pessimistic forecast: 2 141.97
Optimistic: 2 312.74
Russell 2000 Index forecast for Dec 2021.
Pessimistic forecast: 2 134.98
Optimistic: 2 319.94
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Russell 2000 concept.
Any size matters. By the way, Russell 2000 takes care of “small”. Since 1984, this stock market index has tracked the performance of 2,000 US small publicly traded stocks. It is determined by market cap and targets small cap companies (typically $ 300 billion to $ 2 billion in market value), which account for over 90% of companies in the US stock market.
As a result, the Russell 2000 serves as a snapshot of what is happening with small stocks and is commonly used as a benchmark for small funds with limited capital to compare their performance to the market as a whole.
Which companies are included in Russell 2000.
Russell 2000’s intent was to isolate and focus on small publicly traded companies – they make up the vast majority of US publicly traded stocks: 98% of them. According to Russell himself, the index “is designed to offer a comprehensive and unbiased view of the US small-cap market.” Overall, given the Russell 2000’s size (2,000 shares again) and its focus on smaller companies, many of the companies included are likely less known to investors and the general public.
Popular: The three Russell 2000 stocks with the most investor stocks were Etsy, Five Below, and Planet Fitness.
Size: The average size (by market cap) of the Russell 2000 was $ 2.4 billion.
Industry. The most represented sectors in the index (highest to lowest) were financial services, healthcare, consumer services, durable goods and technology.
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