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Canadian Indexes, TSX Composite Index, Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX 60, Indexes in Canada, trading indexes
Toronto Stock Exchange Indexes - The stocks (companies) included in the TSX Composite index are also included in either the S&P/TSX Equity indices (the S&P/TSX Equity 60, the S&P/TSX Equity, and the S&P/TSX Equity Completion) or in income trusts indices (the S&P/TSX Capped REIT, the S&P/TSX Income Trust, and the S&P/TSX Capped Energy Trust), or both.
TSX Composite Index
TSX Composite index - the main leading index of the Toronto Stock Exchange - tracked by "Standard & Poors".
TSX Composite Index Description - The S&P/TSX Composite Index is an index of the stock (equity) prices of the largest companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange as measured by market capitalization. The TSX Index is calculated and tracked by "Standard & Poor's" on the market capitalization method basis. The core of this method is using instead of a public company's outstanding shares it uses its float, or readily available for trading shares.
TSX Composite Quotes - last sales quotes including volume, advance decline, new highs and new lows data as well as average volume comparison with up/down volume.
TSX Composite stocks - The TSX Composite Index covers the Toronto Stock Exchange that is the largest stock exchange in Canada, as well as the 8th largest in the world.
TSX Composite Index trading systems - The TSX Composite index is a barometer of Canadian stock market and by knowing this general index trend a trader my set rules that would restrict trading Canadian stocks against this index trend.
TSX History - The TSX stimulates the private sector's ability to create wealth and jobs, and provides a gateway to Canada for global investors.
NASDAQ Canada Index
NASDAQ Canada Index - index of the Canadian public companies traded on the NASDAQ platform - tracked by the NASDAQ.
NASDAQ Canada Description - NASDAQ Canada is a owned subsidiary of The NASDAQ Stock Market Inc. The NASDAQ Canada was created on 21 November 2000 to extend NASDAQ's trading platform within Canada by enhancing and ensuring Canadian investors' immediate trading access (including real time availability of all relevant data) to all NASDAQ securities and issuers with the ability to raise capital more efficiently.
NASDAQ Canada Quotes - last sales quotes including volume, advance decline, new highs and new lows data as well as average volume comparison with up/down volume.
NASDAQ Canada stocks - As of January 2009 about 49 Canadian companies are listed in the the NASDAQ Canada index. Such companies as Research In Motion Limited (RIMM), GSI Group, Inc. (GSIG), Pan American Silver Corp. (PAAS), Open Text Corporation (OTEX), Silver Standard Resources, Inc. (SSRI) are some of the biggest companies from the index basket.
NASDAQ Canada trading systems - A trading system could be defined as a set of rules that signal trading entry and exit points. In general trading system's rules are based on the various technical analysis indicators that generate feedback about the strength and direction of a trend. Trading systems may be developed to satisfy the specific needs of individual traders.