Global Employment in S&P 500 Companies vs. Small Businesses

Global Employment in S&P 500 Companies vs. Small Businesses Small and medium-sized businesses play an important role in the U.S. economy, as S&P 500 companies employ only 17% of U.S. workers. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Markets Research

S&P 500 vs. U.S. Zombie Companies

S&P 500 vs. U.S. Zombie Companies U.S. zombie companies have significantly underperformed the S&P 500. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

Foreign Revenues of S&P 500 Companies

Foreign Revenues of S&P 500 Companies The percentage of S&P 500 revenues from foreign countries has declined in recent years. Image: Scotia Economics

Listed Companies vs. Investment Funds

Listed Companies vs. Investment Funds There are almost as many equity investment funds as there are stocks to invest in. Image: Topdown Charts

U.S. Zombie Companies and Wilshire 5000

U.S. Zombie Companies and Wilshire 5000 Since the Fed ended QE in 2014, U.S. zombie companies have underperformed the stock market. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC