broad-based index
An index comprised of a sufficiently diverse group of securities to reflect the movement of the market as a whole. The Dow Jones Industrial average (DJIA), Wilshire 5000, and S&P 500 are three examples of broad-based indexes used by investors to measure overall market performance.
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