tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5953817218854024561.post3953225453544593626..comments2016-12-02T13:21:35.542+08:00Comments on NTU Chartist: Did you know that the STI and Dow Jones are calculated differently?ntuchartisthttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00601670816224543861noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5953817218854024561.post-83702631113940032016-12-02T13:21:35.542+08:002016-12-02T13:21:35.542+08:00In mathematics or physics, if the definition of a ...In mathematics or physics, if the definition of a quantity changes, its value will change accordingly. Now to the calculation of STI, I always wonder when the components of STI changes like what happened in its history many times, how can the value of the index keep its continuity, meaning no sudden jump (up or down) in its value? <br /><br />Thanks in advance for anyone who can help clarify this question in my mind for a long time. Gan Xuhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12624619427482385160noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5953817218854024561.post-25211246030811384322013-01-25T06:07:52.968+08:002013-01-25T06:07:52.968+08:00The dow jones is totally out of date. It represent...The dow jones is totally out of date. It represents just 30 companies and their not weighted evenly.QUALITY STOCKS UNDER FIVE DOLLARShttp://www.zipleaf.us/Companies/The-Manhattan-Calumet-Value-Stock-Hotlinenoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5953817218854024561.post-59594674827722092142009-06-09T16:35:09.671+08:002009-06-09T16:35:09.671+08:00So how do I calculate sti from the 30 components s...So how do I calculate sti from the 30 components stocks with market capitalisation to factor in, can you tell me.<br />I had a little formula but at least 3(s,f,c)x30=90 parameters plus 1(d) are unknown for each of these 30 stocks, presuming no currecy exchange ratio are required ( no USD or other currencies in these 30 stocks).<br />Indx= (sum 0f 30 components' product of p.e.s.f.c) divided by d, a divisor where p= price, e=1 for local currency stocks, s=share in issue, f=free float factor, c=capping factor. Where can I get these 3 paramrters for each company and d info for free to do a simple calc!!!.<br />Thankschrishttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11484984280397652103noreply@blogger.com