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Capitalization Weighted Index - The capitalization weighted index is a stock index where each stock affects the stock market's index in proportion to its current market value. Examples of markets using the capitalization weighted index include the Nasdaq Composite Index, the S & P 500, the Wilshire 5000 Equity Index,...

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