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  1. arun mainka on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    ha ha ha it is very easy to calculate the nfty and bse and even NYSE. wait i will tell u later…

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  2. sasikumar_sooriyan on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    http://www.tradersedgeindia.com/bse_sensex.htm

    Go to this site there is an explanation

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  3. yakir on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    sensex is an index calculated on the basis of WPI(wholesale price index)
    and nifty hmmm………i hav no idea so for more info log onto

    http://www.indiahowto.com/what-is-sensex-nifty.html

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  4. greenfather on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    Nifty having 50 stock, each having different value (this value fixed NSE, based on the last year earing), so calculate average. may see Economic times. sensex having 30 stock.

    i think reliance having more value

    K.pachaiyappan

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  5. KKP_Investor on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    Go to NSEIndia and BSEIndia web sites to get that calculations. I am sure if you are doing a thesis this is imp. If you are investing, it is NOT important.

    What is important though is to know which companies are in those indices, and whether you want to invest ONLY in those.

    What is more imp to know is that in any correction, the NIFTY and SENSEX stocks do well. If you are into capital preservation, then you want to make sure that you invest in these stocks so that you can sleep at night.

    The above advice is worth a lot, since it comes from experience, and having made and lost money!!!!!

    KKP

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  6. Sangole on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    Nice question..
    Nifty is an index for National stock exchage and
    bse index is for Bombay stock exchange
    for bse 30 indices are included while calculation the index and for nifty 50 indices are included .

    Quantity of shares of a particular security in portfolio are calculated as under:
    Number of Shares of a = Amount * Issued Capital for the security /
    security in portfolio Current Portfolio Capitalisation
    where
    Current Portfolio Capitalisation = Summation [Last Traded Price (Previous close
    if not traded) * Number of Issued
    shares]

    and for index calucation the formula is as follows

    Quantity of shares of a particular security of NIFTY is calculated as under:
    Number of Shares of a = Amount * Issued Capital for the security /
    security in index Current Market Capitalisation of the Index
    where
    Current Market Capitalisation = Summation [Last Traded Price (Previous close if
    of the Index not traded) * Number of Issued Shares]

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  7. sushobhan on Dec 09, 2011 reply

    free-float market capitalisation method
    http://www.indiahowto.com/how-to-calculate-bse-sensex.html

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