Who uses the SP TSX composite index?

The S&P/TSX Composite Index is a benchmark equity index that tracks around 250 of Canada’s largest public companies. It is viewed as a barometer of the Canadian economy and is analogous to the S&P 500 Index in the United States.

What is the highest the TSX has ever been in history?

Historically, the Canada Stock Market Index (TSX) reached an all time high of 22213.07 in April of 2022.

What Canadian ETF tracks the S&P 500?

The biggest ETFs that invest in U.S. companies

BMO S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD) BMO Global Asset Management ZSP
Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF Vanguard Investments Canada VFV
U.S. Total Market Index ETF Vanguard Investments Canada VUN
iShares Core S&P U.S. Total Market Index ETF BlackRock XUU

What is the average return on the TSX?

The average return, on the other hand, is simply the average of calendar year returns. While the annualized returns of the TSX Total Return index was indeed 7.04 per cent for the past 10 calendar years, the average return was 9.1 per cent….Numbers never lie, but they sure can deceive.

Year Return $100,000 lump sum investment
2011 -8.7% $197,408.84

What is the TSX 5 year return?


5 Day -2.80%
1 Month 0.54%
3 Month -5.84%
YTD -4.78%
1 Year 0.35%

How do I get a 10% return?

How Do I Earn a 10% Rate of Return on Investment?

  1. Invest in Stocks for the Long-Term.
  2. Invest in Stocks for the Short-Term.
  3. Real Estate.
  4. Investing in Fine Art.
  5. Starting Your Own Business (Or Investing in Small Ones)
  6. Investing in Wine.
  7. Peer-to-Peer Lending.
  8. Invest in REITs.