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Get a quick snapshot of the four major indices for your selected market. U.S. Market charts include the S&P 500 Index ($SPX), S&P 100 Index ($ONE), Dow Industrials ($DOWI), and Nasdaq Composite ($NASX). Canadian Market charts include the TSX Composite Index ($TXCX), TSX Venture Composite Index ($JX), TSX 60 Capped Index ($TXSC), and the Canadian Dollar/U.S. Dollar (^CADUSD).
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Weighted Alpha is a measure of how much a stock has risen or fallen over a one-year period with an emphasis on the most recent price activity. A stock whose price has risen over the one-year period will have a positive Weighted Alpha. A stock whose price has not changed in the period will have a small Weighted Alpha and a stock whose price has dropped over the period will have a negative Weighted Alpha.

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