S&P CNX NIFTY - Index Composition, Market Capitalization , Free Float Market Capitalization And Weightage Table

Check out the table below. As Coal India gets included in S&P CNX NIFTY 50, it has changed the weightage of stocks in index. Following is how the weightage of individual stocks, is considered to construct the index (Nifty). Clearly it is an important day for index , large cap mutual fund managers as well as Nifty traders.
S&P CNX NIFTY - Index Composition, Market Capitalization and Weightage
However, from June 26, 2009, S&P CNX Nifty is computed using Free Float Market Capitalisation weighted method, wherein the level of index reflects the free float market capitalisation of all stocks in Index.
Table given below, is how day to day movement of Nifty will get affected by underlying stocks with their respective weightages.
S&P CNX NIFTY - Index Composition, Free Float Market Capitalization and Weightage



56 comments:

  1. Good Morning AJ, thanks for info on weightage!

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  2. Anuj .. I posted in some other post so I guess you will not be able to see the comment .. so reposint the question here..

    My question is .. If i want to see the rsi of a stock .. where should i see it? could not see any such chart on google finance or icicidirect site

    Regards!

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  3. Good Morning AJ!

    @saurav

    RSI is available in google finance charts, just an example:
    http://www.google.com/finance?q=NSE%3AINFY

    regards
    rm

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  4. Thanks r m for replying to "sauravmoitra" query, good morning!

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  5. RM sir .. as naive as it might sound, I would be very upfront about it that I still do not see it .. are you referring to the moving graph below the volume chart (which is itself below the stock price chart)? Also, I do not see the key indicators of 30, 50 and 70! .. forgive my ignorance ..request you to elucidate a little on where did you spot the RSI chart

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  6. Anuj ... I would say that your blog is one of the best around (since it does some hand-holding to the uninitiated) .. I would say I am in the stage 2 (or the rookie stage) where i am trying to gather information and knowledge so as to stay afloat .. I have had my stint with the markets earlier .. earned a profit on the whole but it was something like what is described in the stage-1 of the holy grail .. a lot of it was on common sense and less of real technical reasoning

    I hope you would put a thought as and when I would request you for it .. as of now .. it would be great if you could tell me if i am treading on the right path of understanding techincals, relating the same to fundamental analysis and doing some dry trading to see how things work .. is there anything else I am suppose to know/do?

    Regards,
    Saurabh

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  7. Hi sauravmoitra

    By RSI, i presume you are referring to Relative Strength Index. This is indeed shown below volume pane in the google finance charts. These are 2 minute charts and RSI is for 14 periods. The period is adjustable by clicking on 'Technicals' link below the charts. On google finance charts the maximum value and minimum value in the duration of chart is marked on the graph unlike the traditional way of marking 30 and 70. If you want the RSI value at a particular point, just point the cursor there and the value will be shown at the top of the graph, otherwise the current RSI value is shown there.

    Last but not the least, please don't address me as Sir, I am a very ordinary and ignorant guy. :)

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  8. Thanks a ton RM .. appreciate the inputs! :)

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  9. Thanks "very ordinary and ignorant guy" :)

    @sauravmoitra
    Hi, hope your RSI query is resolved. For end of the day charts with technical indicators you can use chartnexus. ICICIdirect is not the best broking house. Both costly as well as poor charts ( I have not seen trade racer though). I use sharekhan for charts and for trading indiabulls.

    Regarding Trading.
    If you were successful(profitable) without technical analysis then you should continue with that approach.

    Technical analysis doesn't ensures profit. It's with discipline that we get success with trading/investing. "Cut your losses short and let your profits run" Understanding and applying technical analysis takes time, approximately 3 years.

    There is a lot of information on technical analysis available on the internet. In fact it is the information overload and market noise that will act as a barrier to your success in trading. Be patient and enjoy your learning.
    Good luck, cheers :)

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  10. Hi folks
    One minute data in .csv format for Nifty futures, Bank NIfty futures, IndiaVix, all Nifty stocks & futures and EOD data for all NSE stocks & futures for the week ending 14OCT2011 uploaded in My 4shared folder.

    regards
    rm

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  11. Hi guyz,
    good morning,, after a little break!

    sitting at stone's throw and using latest gen distance communication,,,, you two :)
    that too so regularly, as if an autostart on logging in
    :D

    have a great weekend!!

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  12. @mo h
    Good morning, that's the life of armchair analysts! :D

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  13. Hi moh

    I realized some time back that I had nothing original to say except Good Morning. :)

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  14. Hi AJ, thats a good one definition for "analyst" since all analysts are 'armed with chair' only
    :)

    Hi RM, who said your "Good Morning" is original :D
    except you :))
    especially when we tell it even in the evenings or later ,..

    Have good time, all, as RM sez it would be snowing there (lucky guyz) soon.

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  15. Good Morning folks!

    @moh
    my words may not be original, but my myopic view surely is. :)

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  16. Hi folks

    One minute and EOD data in .csv format for the week ending 21OCT2011 uploaded in My 4shared folder.

    regards
    rm

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  17. Hi..Anuj,

    Wish you a very Happay & Prosperous Deepavali.

    Best wishes.

    ilango

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  18. @ Anuj & all blogmates...

    Wish you and your family a Happy Diwali and Propsperous New Year.

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  19. Good Morning folks!
    Wishing all a very Happy Diwali. :)

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  20. Thanks Ilango, abhishek, r m.

    Wishing everyone a very Happy Diwali!

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  22. Dear Anuj,

    Wish you a very Happy & Prosperous Deepavali

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  23. CAN WE HAVE EMAIL ID OR MOBILE NOS OF URS ???? PLZ LET US KNOW OR MAIL ME PLZZZ

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  24. @r m
    Good Morning

    @MAULIK GOSWAMI
    Email id is in my profile

    http://www.blogger.com/profile/14171373332820988036

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  25. Hi r m, good morning :)
    Did you put up diwali lights or...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNoGIGbT1Ac

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  26. @AJ

    Being a miserly guy, I found earthen diyas much cheaper than happdent. :)

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  27. Good afternoon, have a nice weekend r m :)

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