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Chart View and List View functions have been added to market capitalization for sectors and listed (TOPIX 500) companies represented by the area of boxes and price movements represented by color. In addition to today’s data, past data can now be accessed.
The application presents market movements in visual form.
•Market Map and Its Various Uses
(1) Use surface area to compare sectors and individual companies:
Market capitalization is displayed as the area of boxes, allowing easy comparison of sector size. Tap a sector to view the market capitalization of individual companies.
(2) Use color code to follow percentage changes in stock prices:
Gains are displayed in red and losses in blue, and colors become darker as percentage changes increase. What color is the market today: red or blue?
(3) Sectors and companies selected on Map are linked to Chart and List displays:
Index for selected sector and current price of selected company appear in Chart and List displays. Move the time on Chart to view market status (area and color) for selected timeframe on Map. Find a big change on the Chart? Use Map to see how other companies are performing.
(4) Double tap to access fundamentals:
Use Market Map to access information on fundamentals (PBR, PER, dividend yield) provided by Toyo Keizai, Inc.
(5) Going beyond surface area to review list of companies in selected sector:
To check individual companies that cannot be displayed on Map, go to lists of sectors and individual companies.
•Notes to Users
•Market Map covers the current TOPIX 500 companies. However, some low-price or low-volume issues may not be displayed. Other companies may also not be displayed in case of change in composition of TOPIX 500.
•Stock prices displayed reflect a delay of approximately 20 minutes.
•Stock prices displayed represent prices on their respective primary exchanges and may differ from prices appearing on the Monex website, which reflect QUICK Corp.’s price information in accordance with our best execution policy.
•Market capitalization is as of the previous business day. Market capitalization is assumed to be zero for issues with no closing price on the previous business day.
•PBR and PER are obtained by dividing the closing price on the previous business day by BPS at the end of the most recent fiscal quarter, and EPS for the most recent fiscal year, respectively. Dividend yield is computed by dividing dividend per share at the end of the most recent fiscal quarter by the closing price on the previous business day. Note that BPS at the end of the most recent fiscal quarter, EPS for the most recent fiscal year, and dividend per share at the end of the most recent fiscal quarter are updated once a week (every Thursday morning or, when Wednesday is a holiday, in the morning of the second business day after Wednesday).
•PBR of companies with negative net worth is indicated as a negative value. PER of companies registering a net loss is also indicated as a negative value.
•For revenue, ordinary profit for the most recent fiscal year is used. Revenue is assumed to be zero for a company that has been established by merger, etc., and has not yet reported its first full-year results.
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