Stock Market Apps

Stock Maps and Industry Group Mobile Apps for Android and iOS

The sector & industry indexes as well as various stock heat maps applications are also available in the format of Android and iOS Apps for mobile phones, tablets, iPhones and iPads. These apps can be found in the Google Play store, Apple App stores, Amazon App stores, and direct download online.

DJ 30 Map

DJ 30 Stocks heat map Stock Market Map (Heat Map a.k.a Tree Map) is a visual representation of stock market data. The size of each block represents the allocation of the stock within the entire composition. The color of each block represents gain or loss of the stock. The overall performance of the Dow Jones 30 components can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map.

The detail information include Open, High, Low, Close price, Gain, Volume, 3-month average volume as well as the relative strength and volume momentum of each stock. Intraday Market Data update every minute when stock market opens. Price related data are finalized at 4 pm Eastern time when market close. Volume related data are finalized at 8 pm Eastern time to include after-hour trading volumes.

The relative strength is a measurement of the ROI ranking of a stock compared to other stocks. The volume momentum measures trading volume of a stock compared to its own average volume from the recent 3-month period. Both the "Average Volume" and "Momentum" numbers are adjusted to the portion of the current intraday trading period automatically. They are also normalized to the high volume movements at market open and before market close.


S&P 500 Stock Map

S&P500 Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 13 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is labeled on top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

Market data are updated every minute.

The S&P 500 Stock Map tracks stocks using the same compositions and allocations of stocks in the S&P 500 index. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are calculated similarly by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Map

US Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 52 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is also labeled on the top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

The map data are updated every sixty (60) seconds.

The Stock Market Map tracks more than 600 stocks from major US companies. These include all the companies from the S&P 500 indexes as well as other important stocks affecting the US stock market but missing out from the S&P 500 index such as Tesla and Moderna, etc. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are from the sector and industry indexes published by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes

Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes The US Market Indexes publication from Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com) is a collection of stock market composite indexes that includes more than six hundreds public trading companies and ADRs with the largest market capitalizations on the NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX stock exchanges and the OTCBB (Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board). The group of indexes currently contains 634 stocks from 11 sectors categorized into 69 industries, with the composition weight of each component adjusted periodically based on its market capitalization.

In additional to standard pricing and volume data, other financial data and numbers for each sector and industry are also derived and calculated based on the numbers and allocations of its underlying components. For example, the EPS (earning per share) an industry is obtained by summing up the EPS numbers of each component multiplied by number of shares in the holding. This allows investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries.

Intraday index pricing and volume data are calculated based on real time market data. Other financial data and characteristics are derived on a daily basis after market close. Subscribed users have access to up-to-date and detailed index data as well as unlimited download of historic numbers and charts.

This app includes four types of information for each sector or industry index. The Components screen gives a list of underlying components of the index with prices and gains/losses. The Performance screen shows the list of components of the index with performance data from daily, weekly, monthly, 3-month, 6-month and one year periods. The Details screen gives specific information of each index, including the trading volume, the 52-week average volume, the allocation percentage of the industry within the sector, earning per share (ttm EPS) of the index and the Price to Earning (ttm P/E) of the index. The Graph screen gives the monthly, weekly and daily price chart of the index.

Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.

Market sector and industry indexes are also essential tools for the Sector Rotation Investment Strategy. A rotation strategy is very similar in approach to tactical asset allocation, but rather than asset classes, the investor will allocate his funds to specific sectors or industries depending on the short-term view. The investor will overweight the sectors or industries that he or she believes will outperform and underweight those expected to underperform.


DJ 30 Map

DJ 30 Stocks heat map Stock Market Map (Heat Map a.k.a Tree Map) is a visual representation of stock market data. The size of each block represents the allocation of the stock within the entire composition. The color of each block represents gain or loss of the stock. The overall performance of the Dow Jones 30 components can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map.

The detail information include Open, High, Low, Close price, Gain, Volume, 3-month average volume as well as the relative strength and volume momentum of each stock. Intraday Market Data update every minute when stock market opens. Price related data are finalized at 4 pm Eastern time when market close. Volume related data are finalized at 8 pm Eastern time to include after-hour trading volumes.

The relative strength is a measurement of the ROI ranking of a stock compared to other stocks. The volume momentum measures trading volume of a stock compared to its own average volume from the recent 3-month period. Both the "Average Volume" and "Momentum" numbers are adjusted to the portion of the current intraday trading period automatically. They are also normalized to the high volume movements at market open and before market close.


S&P 500 Stock Map

S&P500 Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 13 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is labeled on top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

Market data are updated every minute.

The S&P 500 Stock Map tracks stocks using the same compositions and allocations of stocks in the S&P 500 index. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are calculated similarly by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Map

US Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 52 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is also labeled on the top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

The map data are updated every sixty (60) seconds.

The Stock Market Map tracks more than 600 stocks from major US companies. These include all the companies from the S&P 500 indexes as well as other important stocks affecting the US stock market but missing out from the S&P 500 index such as Tesla and Moderna, etc. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are from the sector and industry indexes published by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes

Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes The US Market Indexes publication from Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com) is a collection of stock market composite indexes that includes more than six hundreds public trading companies and ADRs with the largest market capitalizations on the NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX stock exchanges and the OTCBB (Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board). The group of indexes currently contains 634 stocks from 11 sectors categorized into 69 industries, with the composition weight of each component adjusted periodically based on its market capitalization.

In additional to standard pricing and volume data, other financial data and numbers for each sector and industry are also derived and calculated based on the numbers and allocations of its underlying components. For example, the EPS (earning per share) an industry is obtained by summing up the EPS numbers of each component multiplied by number of shares in the holding. This allows investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries.

Intraday index pricing and volume data are calculated based on real time market data. Other financial data and characteristics are derived on a daily basis after market close. Subscribed users have access to up-to-date and detailed index data as well as unlimited download of historic numbers and charts.

This app includes four types of information for each sector or industry index. The Components screen gives a list of underlying components of the index with prices and gains/losses. The Performance screen shows the list of components of the index with performance data from daily, weekly, monthly, 3-month, 6-month and one year periods. The Details screen gives specific information of each index, including the trading volume, the 52-week average volume, the allocation percentage of the industry within the sector, earning per share (ttm EPS) of the index and the Price to Earning (ttm P/E) of the index. The Graph screen gives the monthly, weekly and daily price chart of the index.

Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.

Market sector and industry indexes are also essential tools for the Sector Rotation Investment Strategy. A rotation strategy is very similar in approach to tactical asset allocation, but rather than asset classes, the investor will allocate his funds to specific sectors or industries depending on the short-term view. The investor will overweight the sectors or industries that he or she believes will outperform and underweight those expected to underperform.


DJ 30 Map

DJ 30 Stocks heat map Stock Market Map (Heat Map a.k.a Tree Map) is a visual representation of stock market data. The size of each block represents the allocation of the stock within the entire composition. The color of each block represents gain or loss of the stock. The overall performance of the Dow Jones 30 components can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map.

The detail information include Open, High, Low, Close price, Gain, Volume, 3-month average volume as well as the relative strength and volume momentum of each stock. Intraday Market Data update every minute when stock market opens. Price related data are finalized at 4 pm Eastern time when market close. Volume related data are finalized at 8 pm Eastern time to include after-hour trading volumes.

The relative strength is a measurement of the ROI ranking of a stock compared to other stocks. The volume momentum measures trading volume of a stock compared to its own average volume from the recent 3-month period. Both the "Average Volume" and "Momentum" numbers are adjusted to the portion of the current intraday trading period automatically. They are also normalized to the high volume movements at market open and before market close.


S&P 500 Stock Map

S&P500 Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 13 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is labeled on top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

Market data are updated every minute.

The S&P 500 Stock Map tracks stocks using the same compositions and allocations of stocks in the S&P 500 index. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are calculated similarly by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Map

US Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 52 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is also labeled on the top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

The map data are updated every sixty (60) seconds.

The Stock Market Map tracks more than 600 stocks from major US companies. These include all the companies from the S&P 500 indexes as well as other important stocks affecting the US stock market but missing out from the S&P 500 index such as Tesla and Moderna, etc. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are from the sector and industry indexes published by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes

Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes The US Market Indexes publication from Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com) is a collection of stock market composite indexes that includes more than six hundreds public trading companies and ADRs with the largest market capitalizations on the NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX stock exchanges and the OTCBB (Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board). The group of indexes currently contains 634 stocks from 11 sectors categorized into 69 industries, with the composition weight of each component adjusted periodically based on its market capitalization.

In additional to standard pricing and volume data, other financial data and numbers for each sector and industry are also derived and calculated based on the numbers and allocations of its underlying components. For example, the EPS (earning per share) an industry is obtained by summing up the EPS numbers of each component multiplied by number of shares in the holding. This allows investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries.

Intraday index pricing and volume data are calculated based on real time market data. Other financial data and characteristics are derived on a daily basis after market close. Subscribed users have access to up-to-date and detailed index data as well as unlimited download of historic numbers and charts.

This app includes four types of information for each sector or industry index. The Components screen gives a list of underlying components of the index with prices and gains/losses. The Performance screen shows the list of components of the index with performance data from daily, weekly, monthly, 3-month, 6-month and one year periods. The Details screen gives specific information of each index, including the trading volume, the 52-week average volume, the allocation percentage of the industry within the sector, earning per share (ttm EPS) of the index and the Price to Earning (ttm P/E) of the index. The Graph screen gives the monthly, weekly and daily price chart of the index.

Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.

Market sector and industry indexes are also essential tools for the Sector Rotation Investment Strategy. A rotation strategy is very similar in approach to tactical asset allocation, but rather than asset classes, the investor will allocate his funds to specific sectors or industries depending on the short-term view. The investor will overweight the sectors or industries that he or she believes will outperform and underweight those expected to underperform.


DJ 30 Map

DJ 30 Stocks heat map Stock Market Map (Heat Map a.k.a Tree Map) is a visual representation of stock market data. The size of each block represents the allocation of the stock within the entire composition. The color of each block represents gain or loss of the stock. The overall performance of the Dow Jones 30 components can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map.

The detail information include Open, High, Low, Close price, Gain, Volume, 3-month average volume as well as the relative strength and volume momentum of each stock. Intraday Market Data update every minute when stock market opens. Price related data are finalized at 4 pm Eastern time when market close. Volume related data are finalized at 8 pm Eastern time to include after-hour trading volumes.

The relative strength is a measurement of the ROI ranking of a stock compared to other stocks. The volume momentum measures trading volume of a stock compared to its own average volume from the recent 3-month period. Both the "Average Volume" and "Momentum" numbers are adjusted to the portion of the current intraday trading period automatically. They are also normalized to the high volume movements at market open and before market close.


S&P 500 Stock Map

S&P500 Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 13 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is labeled on top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

Market data are updated every minute.

The S&P 500 Stock Map tracks stocks using the same compositions and allocations of stocks in the S&P 500 index. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are calculated similarly by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Map

US Stock heat map Stock Market Map (a.k.a. market heat map or market tree map) is a visual representation stock market data. This specific map categorizes S&P 500 stocks into sectors and industries. The top-level map consists of sectors of the entire market and all the industries under each specific sector. The second-level map starts with a specific sector and consists of all the industries and then all the individual company’s stock under each industry. It is an investment research tool let you quickly view the performance of different sectors, industries and individual companies. The size of the block in the map represents the values of the component (stock or industry) within the portfolio of its parent (industry or sector). The color of the block represents the daily price movement of the component. The overall performance of the entire stock market and/or individual sector can be easily grasped by a glimpse to the map by the color and size of the blocks.

Tapping a block brings up a popup box showing the name, daily closing price, daily gain, daily volume and the 52 week average volume of the sector, industry or individual stock. The name of each component is also labeled on the top of each block. Double tapping any block from the top-level map navigates to the second-level map of the sector that the block belongs. Tap the back button on the title bar or the back button on the mobile device to navigate back to the top-level map.

The map data are updated every sixty (60) seconds.

The Stock Market Map tracks more than 600 stocks from major US companies. These include all the companies from the S&P 500 indexes as well as other important stocks affecting the US stock market but missing out from the S&P 500 index such as Tesla and Moderna, etc. The prices, volumes, average volumes and other information of sectors and industries are from the sector and industry indexes published by Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com). The indexes are calculated based on the market capitalization (daily price multiplies shares outstanding) of the underlying components (stocks or industries) in the level. Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.


Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes

Stock Market Sector and Industry Indexes The US Market Indexes publication from Bull Laboratories (BullLabs.com) is a collection of stock market composite indexes that includes more than six hundreds public trading companies and ADRs with the largest market capitalizations on the NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX stock exchanges and the OTCBB (Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board). The group of indexes currently contains 634 stocks from 11 sectors categorized into 69 industries, with the composition weight of each component adjusted periodically based on its market capitalization.

In additional to standard pricing and volume data, other financial data and numbers for each sector and industry are also derived and calculated based on the numbers and allocations of its underlying components. For example, the EPS (earning per share) an industry is obtained by summing up the EPS numbers of each component multiplied by number of shares in the holding. This allows investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries.

Intraday index pricing and volume data are calculated based on real time market data. Other financial data and characteristics are derived on a daily basis after market close. Subscribed users have access to up-to-date and detailed index data as well as unlimited download of historic numbers and charts.

This app includes four types of information for each sector or industry index. The Components screen gives a list of underlying components of the index with prices and gains/losses. The Performance screen shows the list of components of the index with performance data from daily, weekly, monthly, 3-month, 6-month and one year periods. The Details screen gives specific information of each index, including the trading volume, the 52-week average volume, the allocation percentage of the industry within the sector, earning per share (ttm EPS) of the index and the Price to Earning (ttm P/E) of the index. The Graph screen gives the monthly, weekly and daily price chart of the index.

Sector and Industry specific indexes allow investors to benchmark the performance of investment based on specific stock market sectors or industries. Just as all stocks tend to move based on the underlying factors that drive the overall market, stocks in a similar industry tend to move based on underlying factors that affect the industry. One of the most basic methods for understanding the risk of an investment portfolio is to determine its sector breakdown. Is the portfolio spread across different industrial sectors or is it concentrated in just a few? This provides a good indication of how an investment portfolio will respond to macroeconomic factors or industry trends.

Market sector and industry indexes are also essential tools for the Sector Rotation Investment Strategy. A rotation strategy is very similar in approach to tactical asset allocation, but rather than asset classes, the investor will allocate his funds to specific sectors or industries depending on the short-term view. The investor will overweight the sectors or industries that he or she believes will outperform and underweight those expected to underperform.