S&P 500 Companies (Updated List 2023)

The S&P 500 Index is the largest Stock Market Index, containing 503 of the top companies in the world with a market worth of approximately $34.34 trillion. This index helps investors in determining the market direction and impacts the growth of the US economy.

The index is calculated based on the free-float market capitalization of the index constituents and covers almost 75-80% of all US Stock Market Capitalization. Over the past 90 years, the SP 500 Returns have been about 10%-11% annual average. The contribution or impact of every company in the index is equal to its weightage which is given below.

The top 10 holdings, with a combined value, are nearly $8.5 trillion, accounting for about 28.3% of the S&P 500’s capitalization. The below weightage data helps you to understand what are the Blue Chip Stocks and which company impacts the index most.

Visual of S&P 500 Index Weight By Sector

SP 500 Earnings
SP 500 Dividend Aristocrats
SP 500 PE Ratio & Valuation
SP 500 Historical Returns
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List of S&P 500 Companies (2023)

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S&P 500 Sector Weightage

As of March 2023, the S&P 500 sector weightage by total market capitalization was: Energy (4.6%), Industrials (8.7%), Technology (26.1%), Consumer Durable (10.1%), Consumer Staples (7.2%), Health Care (14.2%) and Financials (12.9%).

Recent Changes in S&P 500

20 Mar 2023Fair IsaacLumen Technologies
15 Mar 2023Bunge LimitedSignature Bank
15 Mar 2023InsuletSVB Financial Group
05 Jan 2023Vornado Realty Trust
04 Jan 2023GE HealthCare
22 Dec 2022Steel DynamicsAbiomed
19 Dec 2022First SolarFortune Brands Home & Security
19 Dec 2022MasterBrand
15 Dec 2022MasterBrand
01 Nov 2022Arch Capital GroupTwitter
12 Oct 2022Targa ResourcesNielsen Holdings
03 Oct 2022PG&ECitrix Systems
03 Oct 2022EQTDuke Realty
19 Sep 2022CoStar GroupPVH
19 Sep 2022Invitation HomesPenn Entertainment
21 June 2022Under Armour
21 June 2022Keurig Dr. PepperUnder Armour
21 June 2022ON SemiconductorIPG Photonics
8 June 2022Vici PropertiesCerner
4 April 2022CamdenPeople’s United Financial
2 Mar 2022Molina HealthcareIHS Markit
15 Feb 2022NordsonXilinx
3 Feb 2022Gap
2 Feb 2022Constellation Energy
20 Dec 2021Signature BankLeggett & Platt
20 Dec 2021SolarEdgeHanesbrands
20 Dec 2021FactSetWestern Union
14 Dec 2021EPAM SystemsKansas City Southern
20 Sep 2021Match GroupPerrigo
20 Sep 2021CeridianUnum
20 Sep 2021Brown & BrownNov
30 Aug 2021Bio-TechneMaxim Integrated
21 June 2021ModernaAlexion Pharmaceuticals
4 June 2021HollyFrontier
3 June 2021Organon & Co.
14 May 2021Charles River LaboratoriesFLIR Systems


Q. What’s the meaning of the S&P 500?

The Standard and Poor’s 500, is the largest index in the world. The index includes the 500 most valuable multinational corporations and is considered a tool for monitoring the US economy.

Q. Which sector has the maximum weightage in the s&p 500 index?

The two largest industries, with an index market size of about $15 trillion, are information technology (26.1%) and health care (14.2%).

Q. How to add the S&P 500 List in TradingView with one single click?

First, download this Excel list of S&P 500 companies. Now open the file, copy all the symbols available in the E section (light pink), then go to Tradingview (add symbol option), select NYSE (Source), paste all symbols into that place, and finally Enter. That’s it now you can excess all 500 companies in a single list.

Q. Does the S&P 500 give you dividends?

Yes. Many businesses in the SP 500 index regularly distribute dividends to their shareholders. If you want to know how much dividends are paid by SP 500 then check out the Index Dividend Yield, which is calculated from the index price and the aggregate dividend paid by all 500 companies.

Q. What’s the average return of the S&P 500?

According to historical data, the SP 500 provided an Average Price Return
10% – 11%, Inflation Adjusted Return 8% – 8.5% and Dividend Reinvested Return 12%.

Q. Is S&P 500 a good investment?

According to Warren Buffett (Great Investor), “The best thing people can do is to own the S&P 500 index fund”. And he is right because 80% to 90% of fund managers can’t beat the passive index funds, which provided a 10% to 11% historically CAGR in the last 100. So Yes, SP 500 Index is a good investment.

Q How to Invest in the S&P 500 Index?

The best way to invest in the Standard and Poor’s 500 is to buy SP 500 ETFs (Exchange Trade Funds) or Index funds, which distribute your money in all 500 components according to their weight without any complication, also you can buy & sell these ETF’s any time like stocks.


Abheey is a financial market enthusiast with 5 years of experience in Trading Stocks. He is an expert in simplifying financial concepts with data visualizations that helps people to create wealth.


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