Should You Invest in S&P Global?



S&P Global Incorporation is a company based in the United States. The company operates the Standard and Poor 500 Index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the New York Stock Exchange. The company offers a wide range of products and services, ranging from indexing to data and financial analytics, to its customers around the world. The company was founded in 1960.

Why You Should?

  1. S&P Global will report even better financial numbers when this pandemic is over. This is because customers and companies around the world will have more money in order to go public and purchase more analytical services. This will further benefit the company’s sales and will also benefit investors in the company.
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Why You Should Not?

  1. S&P Global still faces tough competition from companies like Nasdaq who offer companies another way to go public. These companies also offer similar services and offerings to companies and customers around the world. This might hurt the company in the future and might also hurt investors in the company.


I think that S&P Global is a good long-term investment due to its position as a good reopening play, a wide range of revenue streams in its portfolio, it’s good investments for the future of finance, and rising revenues and profits. However, tough competition might hurt some of the company’s sales in the future.