The Motley Fool’s Index Family

Our mission here at The Motley Fool is to make the world smarter, happier, and richer.

And we hope that investors will be able to use our index family in pursuit of this goal.

Each index is drawn from a pool of stocks recommend by The Motley Fool’s analyst team. This means that every stock included in any of our indices has been thoroughly vetted by our analysts.

And then each index searches the pool of Motley Fool recommended stocks for only companies with specific characteristics.

For this reason, we think you can use these indices to help filter and guide your search of Motley Fool stocks.

Below you will find the name and brief description of each Motley Fool index. Simply click the link below any index to go to a page that shows all the details.


The Motley Fool 100 Index

  • Features the largest companies recommended by Motley Fool analysts.
  • Weighted by market-cap
  • Focuses on U.S. based stocks
  • Click here to learn more about The Motley Fool 100 Index


    The Motley Fool Next Index

  • Features small and mid-cap companies recommended by Motley Fool analysts.
  • Weighted by market-cap
  • Focuses on U.S. based stocks
  • Click here to learn more about The Motley Fool Next Index


    The Motley Fool Capital Efficiency Index

  • Features the companies that rank highest in our Capital Efficiency Score*
  • Focuses on companies with strong gross profitability
  • Focuses on companies with strong 5-year gross profit growth and gross profit stability
  • Click here to learn more about The Motley Fool Capital Efficiency Index


    How do I invest in a Motley Fool Index?

    Because the Fool 100, Fool Next, and Fool Capital Efficiency are indices, you cannot invest in them directly. However, the constituents of all the indices meet liquidity requirements. Therefore, the Motley Fool Indices can be used by financial institutions to create an index-linked investment product, such as an ETF, which would seek to match the index composition and performance as closely as possible, and certain affiliates of The Motley Fool may offer these index-linked products and services.

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    Additional Details

    Motley Fool 100

    • Bloomberg Ticker: FLCUS Index
    • ISIN: DE000SLA4Z00
    • WKN: SLA4Z0
    • Index Inception Date: 12/29/2006
    • Dividend Yield: 1.00%
    • Country Allocation: USA, 100%

    Motley Fool Next Index

    • Bloomberg Ticker: FLNEXT Index
    • ISIN: DE000SL0EYZ3
    • WKN: SL0EYZ
    • Index Inception Date: 12/31/2014
    • Dividend Yield: 0.49%
    • Country Allocation: USA, 100%

    Motley Fool Capital Efficiency 100

    • Bloomberg Ticker: FLCAPEFF Index
    • ISIN: DE000SL0EYX8
    • WKN: SL0EYX
    • Index Inception Date: 12/31/2014
    • Dividend Yield: 0.65%
    • Country Allocation: USA, 100%


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    * Capital efficiency is a measure of how a business turns its investments into revenue and profit and it provides insight into the company’s return on invested capital.

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