Fri. Jan 17th, 2020



GDP Index .com

Gross Domestic Product.

Equity Stocks

  • M = Number of issues included in the index;
  • Pi = Price of one share of issue i included in the index;
  • Ni = Number of shares of issue i for the full capitalization version, or the float of issue i for the float-adjusted version;
  • {\displaystyle \alpha } = a fixed scaling factor.

The value of the index is then:{\displaystyle \alpha \sum _{i=1}^{M}N_{i}P_{i}}

\alpha \sum _{{i=1}}^{{M}}N_{i}P_{i}

At present, one index point corresponds to a little more than US$1 billion of market capitalization.

The list of issues included in the index is updated monthly to add new listings resulting from corporate spin-offs and initial public offerings, and to remove issues which move to the pink sheets or that have ceased trading for at least 10 consecutive days.

Market Cap

{\textstyle {\text{MC}}=N\times P}

Market cap is given by the formula {\textstyle {\text{MC}}=N\times P}, where MC is the market capitalization, N is the number of shares outstanding, and P is the closing price per share.

For example, if a company has 4 million shares outstanding and the closing price per share is $20, its market capitalization is then $80 million. If the closing price per share rises to $21, the market cap becomes $84 million. If it drops to $19 per share, the market cap falls to $76 million. This is in contrast to mercantile pricing where purchase price, average price and sale price may differ due to transaction costs.

Market Predictions

Prediction methodologies fall into three broad categories which can (and often do) overlap. They are fundamental analysis, technical analysis(charting) and technological methods.

Hollywood Star TV .com






R & B

DTV FM .com

Product categories

Coin Wallet USA .com

Loading data...


You may have missed

1 min read
1 min read