The Dow Jones North America Select Junior Indices are designed to measure the performance of U.S. and Canadian companies in the oil & gas producers and oil equipment, services & distribution sectors, along with the gold mining subsector.
In an effort to increase the component count of the index while maintaining the “Junior” characteristic, and taking into consideration turnover impact, S&P DJI enacts the following:
- Both on a full and float-adjusted market cap basis, a company must fall within the bottom 25% by cumulative market cap range of the eligible GICS sub-industries (bottom 30% for current index constituents)
- Stocks must have a float-adjusted market cap of at least US$ 100 million (US$ 75 million for current index constituents Stocks must have a three-month median daily value traded (“3M MDVT”) of at least
US$ 500,000 (US$ 300,000 for current index constituents).
Key Features and Coverage on RIMES
For this data source, RIMES hosts the Dow Jones North America Select Junior (Gold; Gas/Oil) indices. Some of the data items available include:
- Price Return, Total Return, Net Total Return, Mkt Cap Liquidity Screen, Index Inverse, Sector, Size Classification, Weighting Method, Rebalance Frequency, Annualized Risk, P/E, Number of Constituents, Weighted Average, Ticker, etc.