Share Market Toolbox
Weekly Share Market
week, Robert analyses the Aussie share market, and
sends details along with other useful share market information
to all Toolbox Members.
A feature of Brainy's Share Market Toolbox.
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The Weekly Share Market* Update & Analysis emailThe email that is sent only to Toolbox members every week (on Saturday morning), and to non-members once each month, includes the following:
Premium Toolbox Members can peruse the Archive of Weekly emails.
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* - Market(s) and market index - The word market is widely used in loose reference to a stock market or share market; but can also refer to a commodities market, or futures market, etc. And the term market index is widely used to refer to a particular index from a range of possible indexes. For example, in Australia, many commentators, brokers and analysts refer to either the S&P/ASX 200 index (XJO) or the All Ordinaries index (XAO) when talking about the Australian market as a whole. In America, reference is often made to either the Dow Jones Industrial Average index (DJIA) which has only 30 constituent stocks, or the S&P500 index, or perhaps even the Russell 2000 index. This can be confusing for even the informed observers, let alone those who are new to the markets. To complicate things a little further, people often refer to the stock exchange, or commodities exchange - the actual physical location or electronic mechanism which is used for the trading.
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