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Math Antics - Intro To Exponents (aka Indices)
 
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SURDS AND INDICES ( 20 IMPORTANT QUESTIONS)
 
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Exponents (Negative & Zero)-  Rules Explained & Examples Worked
 
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Based on rules for positive exponents (with which you should be familiar), I develop the rule for negative exponents, and the rule for zero exponents; this takes the first 5 minutes. In the rest of the video, I go over about 20 examples of simplifying what you are given when negative and/or zero exponents are involved.
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Markit's iBoxx Bond Indices Explained (Whiteboard Animation)
 
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iBoxx bond indices from Markit (http://markit.com) can bring visibility and insight to your investment strategies. Whiteboard animation produced by Wienot Films (http://wienotfilms.com). ------------------------------­- Wienot Films (http://wienotfilms.com) is an Austin-based production company that creates fun, refreshingly simple, yet amazingly effective whiteboard and computer animated explainer videos that turn complex ideas into concise, easy-to-understand stories that help change hearts and minds and spur action. You might also hear their videos referred to as explanatory videos, doodle videos, pitch videos, scribe videos, startup videos, landing page videos, home page videos, etc. Whatever you call them, they're simple, fun, and tell your story! Learn more at http://wienotfilms.com. Wienot Films // Follow Your Passion. Tell Your Story. Live Your Dreams. Why Not? ------------------------------­- Markit iBoxx Indices Explained Script The bond market is the largest securities market in the world. Its sheer scale is rivalled only by its diverse nature. Bond prices are traded over the counter rather than through a centralised exchange and there can be multiple bonds from the same debt issuer. This makes bond pricing more complicated than equity pricing. Bonds also trade less frequently so liquidity can be limited. Investors have the opportunity to cut through this exceptionally diverse bond market and find new investment opportunities by using carefully constructed bond indices. Introduced in the 1980s, bond indices have been used to produce strategic, low-cost investment products in the market without picking individual bonds. Bond indices measure the performance of segments of the market. An index can be narrowed to specific subsets or risk parameters, like maturity or credit rating, to tailor the index to investors’ specific investment criteria. To maximise value from these bond market opportunities, Markit developed iBoxx indices, giving investors access to a broad range of liquid, investment-grade, and high-yield bond markets. Each iBoxx index is carefully designed by a team of experts who use a rigorous rules-based approach to distill the complexities of index construction into a simple output. The team starts by defining the scope and size of the market and then determines what criteria are needed to capture representative bond data. By classifying all the index components, it’s possible to create a larger set of related subindices. The iBoxx team determines the weighting of each index component and the index is meticulously back tested. The calculation of historical time series shows how it would have performed. This provides investors with valuable insight to compare and assess the risk-return profile of the index. After launching an index, Markit’s iBoxx team ensures data integrity by publishing daily calculations, rebalancing the index, and following best practices in index production. This ensures the index reflects its original objectives and supports the creation of tradeable products. Perhaps that’s why two of the largest global corporate bond ETFs were created using iBoxx indices. With iBoxx bringing simplicity and transparency into a historically complex and opaque asset class, you can have the visibility and insight needed to invest confidently. To learn more about how iBoxx can provide visibility and insight to your investment strategies, visit market dot com. END
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Index Funds vs. Mutual Funds | Phil Town
 
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What's the difference between an index fund and a mutual fund? In a lot of ways, they’re both very similar in that their overall goal is to diversify your portfolio across hundreds of stocks, but the differences may make you want to choose one over the other. http://bit.ly/1OK0h05 In this video, I discuss the differences between index funds (also known as exchange-traded funds) and mutual funds, and whether or not they can be a helpful addition to your financial portfolio. To sign-up for my Transformational Investing Webinar, visit the link above. Think you have enough money saved for retirement? Learn more: http://bit.ly/1Yw1FOq _____________ For more great Rule #1 content and training: Podcast: http://bit.ly/1V5jM8z Blog: http://bit.ly/1JtyS0M Twitter: https://twitter.com/Rule1_Investing Google+: +PhilTownRule1Investing Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/rule1investing/ fund, index mutual fund, index fund vs mutual fund, what are index funds,
Miller Indicies Practice Examples
 
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Miller indices practice examples: planes and directions
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Math Antics - Exponents & Square Roots
 
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Indexing and Slicing a String In Python
 
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This tutorial has been update to Python 3.7 at https://www.mastercode.online/courses/tutorial/get-a-character-via-the-index-in-python-37/ Channel - https://goo.gl/pnKLqE Playlist For This Tutorial - https://goo.gl/EyZFti Latest Video - https://goo.gl/atWRkF Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mastercodeonline/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/mastercodeonlin?lang=en Website - http://mastercode.online ====================================== Indexing and Slicing in Python Strings are an ordered collection of letters, numbers and symbols which we can actually access each of these by their position(indexing) in a string. We can access a group of letters by slicing. In this tutorial, we will cover indexing and slicing a string in Python as one since they go hand in hand in Python. Indexing in Python Indexing provides each character contained in a string an identity so we can access that character or characters via slicing. The index always starts at the number 0 and counts up till the end of the string. Each character, space, symbol, and the number is automatically assigned an index number. Example of a String Index In the above example, we see how a string is indexed. You may have noticed the count start at 0 so this means that the letter T is at the 0 index. Then the index counts up from there including spaces and symbols. Example How To Access a character via Indexing #Indexing from the left side a = 'This is a string' a[0] 'T' #Indexing from the right side a = 'This is a string' a[-1] 'g' In the above example, we created a string and assign it the name(variable) of a. On the next line we index from the left to obtain the first letter in the string. Notice that we use zero to get the first letter in the string. If we just wanted to get the second letter, then it would look like a[1] to get the h. In the second example, we index from the right using a negative index number. We get the g at the end of the string. Negative numbers count backwards. When we index from the right or the end we do not begin with 0 we actually start with -1. Here Are a Couple More Examples of Indexing b = 'A new string for us to use' b[1] ' ' b[4] 'w' b[6] 's' b[-4] ' ' b[-7] ' ' b[-6] 't' Slicing in Python In above section, we looked at indexing where we can only access one character at a time. Slicing gives us the ability to access a group of characters or a group of characters by skipping(stepping). Same rules apply positive number starts from the left and a negative number starts from the right. Let's look at some examples of slicing. Our String For Theses Examples #Our String for Slicing Examples a = '0123456789' Example a[1:5] a = '0123456789' a[1:5] '1234' In the above example, we slice from the first index which in this case is the number one and slice up to but not including index of 5. Let's break it down more "a" is name(variable) for the object then we have the opening square bracket which either indicates indexing or slicing then we have the number 1 which indicates index of 1 which is the starting point then a colon(:) which indicates we are slicing then we have the number 5 which instructs Python to stop at the index before the number 5 which is the fourth index position. Some new programmers get confused with the ending point in a slice which stops one spot before the number I give when writing the code. Hope that does not confuse you. Example a[2:] a = '0123456789' a[2:] '23456789' In this example, we slice but we do not give an ending index so what happens. Python will start at the beginning index and count up to the end of the string. In this case, Python starts at the second index and continues to count up to the end of the string. Example a[:7] a = '0123456789' a[:7] '0123456' In this example, we slice from an index of zero up to an index of 6 because the ending index always finishes one index position before we stated in the code. If we do not provide a starting index position like in above example Python will start index 0 and count up to the ending index. Example a[0:-1] a = '0123456789' a[0:-1] '012345678' In this example, we slice from the start of the string up to but not including the last number. Remember negative numbers count from the right starting at -1. We could have also wrote this like this a[:-1] and we would have got the same result. Try it. Example a[:] a = '0123456789' a[:] '0123456789' In this example, we basically just make a copy of the object that we just sliced. We provide no starting and ending index so we just get a copy of the string. Stepping Through a String We are going to add a third limit to our slice this limit allows us to step or skip through our string. Let's take a look at some examples. a = '0123456789' a[0:9:2] '02468' What happened in this example? Well we slice from the 0 index and then end at 8 index(9 is what we coded but always one before) and then we step through string by 2 this is the third limit we have added.
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Stratification: Using Medical Research to Create a Custom Index
 
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How does the scientific method of stratification work within the context of a customized weighting approach to indices? Rory Riggs, CEO and Founder of Syntax, LLC joins S&P DJI's Michael Mell to discuss an innovative rules-based strategy rooted in genetics and biotechnology.
Adding and Subtracting Exponents - Exponentially Easier!
 
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How to use Excel Index Match (the right way)
 
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Quickly learn all you need to know about INDEX & MATCH to get a quick start. Complete Excel Dashboard course: https://courses.xelplus.com/p/professional-excel-dashboards Check out my other courses below. Download workbook here: http://www.xelplus.com/excel-index-and-match How to do Index Match in Excel: The basics. Watch this video tutorial to find out how you can use Index & Match for more complex lookup problems. This video shows you how Index Match works with simple and to the point explanation. It first shows you how Index works on it's own and then how Match works and then puts the two Excel functions together. Why index match is better than vlookup & why use index match instead of vlookup? Here are 3 reasons why Excel experts generally substitute VLOOKUP with INDEX and MATCH. 1. Unlike VLOOKUP, which searches only to the right, INDEX and MATCH can look in both directions – left and right. 2. INDEX & MATCH can perform two-way lookups by both looking along the rows and along the columns to find the intersection within a matrix. 3. INDEX & MATCH is less prone to errors. Assume you have a VLOOKUP where the final value you want returned is in column N. Your lookup value is in column A. You need to highlight the entire A to N range and then provide your index number to be 14. If you happen to delete any of the in-between columns, you would have to update that index number. You don’t need to worry about this when you use INDEX & MATCH. All in all, INDEX and MATCH is more flexible than VLOOKUP. Here are some of the reasons why Excel experts generally substitute VLOOKUP with INDEX and MATCH. Note: Index match is not case sensitive Index explained: The first argument of INDEX is to give it an array. This array (range) should include your answer. You then need to specify how many rows to go down and how many columns to move to find the correct value. You cannot move outside the INDEX range. The syntax of INDEX is: • The range where the return value resides. • Number of rows to move down (the row index) • Number of columns to move to the right (the column Index). This argument is optional. If you only have one column, you can leave the column argument empty, otherwise, you need to specify the number of columns to move over, in the range. The MATCH function’s syntax is as follows: • Like VLOOKUP, Match needs a lookup (target) value. The user can reference a cell or directly type the value into the formula. • Lookup_array: The “list” (range) where the return values are located. • Match_type: 0 for an “exact” match. Index MATCH used together: When INDEX and MATCH are used together, the MATCH function finds the look up value’s row / column index and then hands this value off to the INDEX function to get the lookup value. ★ My Online Excel Courses ► https://courses.xelplus.com/ ✉ Subscribe & get my TOP 10 Excel formulas e-book for free https://www.xelplus.com/free-ebook/ EXCEL RESOURCES I Recommend: https://www.xelplus.com/resources/ Get Office 365: https://microsoft.msafflnk.net/15OEg Microsoft Surface: https://microsoft.msafflnk.net/c/1327040/451518/7593 GEAR Camera: https://amzn.to/2FLiFho Screen recorder: http://techsmith.pxf.io/c/1252781/347799/5161 Microphone: https://amzn.to/2DVKstA Lights: http://amzn.to/2eJKg1U More resources on my Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/shop/leilagharani Note: This description contains affiliate links, which means at no additional cost to you, we will receive a small commission if you make a purchase using the links. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support! #MsExcel
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26. How to Trade the Average Directional Index (ADX)
 
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Practice these concepts with a free practice charting and trading account here: http://bit.ly/forex-demo1 For the full lesson with images, text, links, and discussion, go here: http://www.informedtrades.com/4525-adx-how-trade-trends-using-adx.html For our full beginner course in technical analysis and trading, go here: http://www.informedtrades.com/index.php?page=freetradingcourses Link to the formulas behind the ADX: http://hubpages.com/hub/ADX Link to Additional Resources on Trading the ADX: http://www.informedtrades.com/4529-six-resources-help-you-trade-adx.html And of course, don't forget to jump start your learning as a trader by registering as a member of our learning community: http://www.informedtrades.com VIDEO NOTES A lesson on how to trade the ADX for traders of the stock, futures, and forex markets. In this lesson we are going to learn about the Average directional Index (ADX), an indicator which helps traders determine when the market is trending, when the market is ranging, when the market may be about to change from trending to ranging or vice versa, and to gauge the strength of the trend in the market. When plotted below the chart the ADX Line is normally accompanied by two other lines which are known as the +DI and --DI Lines. I am not going to go into the formulas for the Indicator here however you do need to know that: • The ADX line is composed of two other indicators which are known as the Positive Directional Index (+DI Line) and the Negative Directional Index (-DI Line). • The +DI Line is representative of how strong or weak the uptrend in the market is. • The --DI line is representative of how strong or weak the downtrend in the market is. • As the ADX line is comprised of both the +DI Line and the --DI Line, it does not indicate whether the trend is up or down, but simply the strength of the overall trend in the market. If you would like a deeper explanation of the computation of the indicator you can find it here: http://hubpages.com/hub/ADX As the ADX Line is Non Directional, it does not tell you whether the market is in an uptrend or a downtrend (you must look to price or the +DI/-DI Lines for this) but simply how strong or weak the trend in the financial instrument you are analyzing is. When the ADX line is above 40 and rising this is indicative of a strong trend, and when the ADX line is below 20 and falling this is indicative of a ranging market. So one of the first ways traders will use the ADX in their trading is as a confirmation of whether or not a financial instrument is trending, and to avoid choppy periods in the market where many find it harder to make money. In addition to a situation where the ADX line trending below 20, the developer of the indicator recommends not trading a trend based strategy when the ADX line is below both the +DI Line and the --DI Line. Another way that traders use this indicator is to identify the potential start of a new trend in the market. Very simply here they will look from below the 20 line to above the 20 line as a signal that the market may be beginning a new trend. The longer the market has been ranging, the greater the weight that most traders will give this signal Another way traders use the ADX is as a signal of trend reversals. When the ADX is trading above both the +DI line and the --DI line and then turns lower this is often a signal that the current trend in the market is reversing and traders will position themselves accordingly: The final example that I am going to cover on how traders use the ADX is to position to trade long when the +DI crosses above the --DI (as this is a sign that the buyers are winning out over the sellers) and to position to trade short when the +DI line crosses below the --DI (as this is a sign that the sellers are winning over the buyers). As with the other crossover strategies that we have covered used alone, the DI crossover is prone to many false signals. That completes our lesson for today. You should now have a good understanding of the ADX and several different ways that traders use this in their trading. In tomorrow's lesson we are going to look at a new indicator which is called the Parabolic SAR, which many traders use to set stops when trading trends in the market.
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Indices, Powers and Exponents
 
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Rule of Law Index
 
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Rule of Law Index. The rule of law is a system of rules and rights that enables fair and functioning societies. The World justice project defines this system as one in which the following four universal principles are upheld. The government and its officials and agents are accountable under the law. Thanks to all to see our video. Please don’t forget to like, comment,share and subscribe.
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Automated Object Based Image Feature Extraction
 
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In this webinar we will showcase the powerful and easy to use software available from PCI Geomatics to perform object based feature extraction and change detection imagery over the City of Toronto, Canada. The webinar will cover the complete workflow required to extract information from stereo overlapping ultra-high-resolution imagery (6 cm). We will perform segmentation, assign polygon attributes, build spectral indices, develop rule based classifications and perform merging and cleaning operations. Stereo overlapping imagery will be used to automatically extract a high resolution digital surface model that will be used in the analysis. What You'll Learn: -How to apply object based image analysis to urban environments -Data pre-processing -Digital Surface Model (DSM) extraction -Terrain filtering to create normalized elevation layer (DSM to DTM) -Image segmentation at differing scales -Attaching key statistics to segmentation to refine classifications -Developing simple and more complex rules -Merging, cleaning and exporting results We will demonstrate how to easily extract features such as: -Impervious surfaces -Buildings -Industrial features -Green spaces -Urban Forests
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Best Shortcuts and Tricks on Surds and Indices Part 1 by Dinesh Miglani
 
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Math Antics - Order Of Operations
 
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Miller indices for planes and direction(Hindi)
 
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Essential 40 Stock Index™
 
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Essential 40 The Essential 40 is a portfolio of forty common stocks and is an elegant approach to modern day investing. As today’s popular stock market indices do not accurately represent the companies that are essential to the American way of life, the Essential 40 portfolio seeks to offer investors a contemporary as well as diversified representation of the U.S. economy. The rules based methodology utilizes a qualitative and quantitative approach based upon which companies are irreplaceable and are also too essential to fail in the U.S. economy. The final portfolio is equally weighted, and typically rebalanced annually on the second calendar Monday of January.
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Exponent Rules Song – Learn Algebra – Learning Upgrade App
 
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How Green Indices Can Help Decarbonize Portfolios
 
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Low-carbon indices provide transparent and rules-based solutions to address climate-related risks and opportunities. The indices also insure the proper diversification of risks. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor’s credit analyst Julia Kochetygova explains how these indices work to reduce risk in investment portfolios.
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Anil Vazirani says  Rules are being discussed to allow insurers of indexed annuities to use indices
 
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http://www.retirementplanningscottsdale.com/2018/06/14/anil-vazirani-says-rules-are-being-discussed-to-allow-insurers-of-indexed-annuities-to-use-indices-that-have-been-around-less-than-10-years/ State insurance commissioners are discussing rules, and the Annuity Suitability Working Group held a conference call this week, which produced additional tweaks to Annuity Disclosure Model Regulation 245. The group is a National Association of Insurance Commissioners committee. The model Regulation 245 allows illustrations only if an index has been around at least 10 years. Insurers say that isn't a necessary requirement if its components have been around that long. The issue rose in importance as many insurers developed their own proprietary indices in recent years to respond to the popularity of indexed annuities with cautious clients. Two significant proposed changes are: Indexes in existence less than 10 years can be illustrated if: all of their components have existed for at least 10 years; the index value is calculated according to an algorithm that is not subject to discretion; and if the insurer is affiliated with the index provider, indexes published by that index provider are also used by entities unaffiliated with the insurer. Indexes in existence less than 10 years must include the following disclosures on the first page of the illustration in bold, or a different color type: the date the index was created; notice that the components have existed for at lest 10 years; notice that the index values are based on a algorithm that does not change; notice of the insurer's relationship to the index provider, if any; notice that any estimates on how the index would have performed before its creation are hypothetical and based on past performance of the components; and notice that future results will be different from the index's past performance. Comments on the draft rule change are being accepted through July 1, an NAIC spokeswoman said. Article written by InsuranceNewsNet Senior Editor John Hilton. Read the full story here: https://insurancenewsnet.com/innarticle/naic-focuses-on-proprietary-indices-in-annuity-illustration-discussion RETIRE AND STAY RETIRED, SAFE, SMART, AND SECURE! http://dreamretire.com/ Investment Advisory Services Offered Through Horter Investment Management LLC, An SEC-Registered Investment Adviser. Horter Investment Management Does Not Provide Tax Or Legal Advice. Investment Advisor Representatives Of Horter Investment Management May Only Conduct Business With Residents Of The States And Jurisdiction In Which They Are Properly Registered. Insurance And Annuity Products Offered Through Secured Financial Solutions LLC. Securities Transactions For Horter Investment Management Clients Are Placed Through Trust Company Of America, TD Ameritrade And ED&F Man Capital Markets.
An Active Manager’s Approach to Custom Indexing
 
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Can active and passive coexist in a dynamic portfolio? Peak Capital Management's Clint Pekrul joins S&P DJI’s Michael Mell and Shaun Wurzbach to discuss where custom rules-based solutions may fit in portfolio construction.
Warren Buffett's Best Investment Advice: Buy Index Funds
 
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http://www.LifeStyleTrading101.com Warren Buffett is perhaps the most successful and celebrated investor of the 20th century and his results have only been getting better as he ages. ★☆★ VIEW THE BLOG POST: ★☆★ http://www.lifestyletrading101.com/warren-buffetts-best-investment-advice-buy-index-funds/ =========================== Of course, that’s largely due to his ability to pick stocks that outperform the market. But during his lifetime, the stock market has actually gone up quite a bit, despite the dot com and financial crisis. Anyone who bought and hold would be doing quite well as well. You don’t necessarily need to pick the best stock winners. Simply getting exposed to the overall market in a diversified manner would have given you solid returns over time. In fact, that’s exactly what Warren Buffett recommends and is doing himself. On page 20 of The 2013 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report to Shareholders (PDF), he talks about how he is allocating 90% of his estate for his heirs to be invested in the S&P500 index fund – and that’s what he recommends to the average investor. ====================== What This Means For You Warren Buffett’s favorite investing strategy can be essentially boiled to a few key takeaways: 1) Buy a low-cost index fund – either through ETFs such as SPY or VOO — or directly with Vanguard. 2) Buy in pieces over a period of time (dollar-cost-averaging) 3) Hold. In his annual report, Buffett specifically recommends the Vanguard S&P500 Index Fund. ★☆★ Part 2: Executing Buffett's Advice ★☆★ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STMg_6qpV4Y ★☆★ Subscribe on Youtube ★☆★ http://www.youtube.com/lifestyletrading101x Instagram ►http://www.instagram.com/lifestyletrading101
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Aptitude Made Easy - Ratio & Proportions -1, Basics and Methods, Shortcuts, Tricks
 
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Get the latest interview tips,Job notifications,top MNC openings,placement papers and many more only at Freshersworld.com(www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube). Aptitude Made Easy is an initiative by freshersworld.com.It consists of series of videos on different skill enhancement topics .By these we want all freshers and the candidates who are attending for the next competitive exams to be interview ready.All the best for all aspirants. Download our app today to manage recruitment when ever and where ever you want : Link :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freshersworld.jobs&hl=en ***Disclaimer: This is just a training video for candidates and recruiters. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective organizations. The Preparation tips and tricks are an indicative generalized information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect promotion of the respective Groups or organizations.
Index Funds: Our Favourite Investment Product Explained  - Young Guys Finance
 
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We gave you a preview last time, and here is everything you need to know about index funds! Lots of ideas in this video are credit to Tony Robbins in his book 'Money: Master the Game'. Be sure to add it to your reading list! GEAR WE USE: Panasonic G85 Camera - https://amzn.to/2Iu49eV Rokinon 12mm Lens - https://amzn.to/2Itq7OU Zoom H6 Recorder - https://amzn.to/2rRQvYo Rode Shotgun Microphone - https://amzn.to/2KzG6aQ BOOKS WE LOVE: Millionaire Teacher by Andrew Hallam - https://amzn.to/2wQTbL3 I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi - https://amzn.to/2L8bwpQ MONEY: Master the Game by Tony Robbins - https://amzn.to/2IrP89i ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Social ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ If you want to get notified when new videos are uploaded to this channel, click here - https://www.youtube.com/user/youngguysfinance?sub_confirmation=1 For weekly updates delivered to your inbox: http://www.youngguysfinance.com/newsletter Find us on: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/youngguysfinance Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ygfinance Disclaimer: http://www.youngguysfinance.com/disclosures ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Credits ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Airport Lounge - Disco Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100806 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Transcript ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ So far, we’ve gone over the different types of investment options you might see at a bank. Things like GICs, Stocks, and Mutual Funds. We’ve also discussed some rules to keep in mind as you approach investing. As we mentioned before, our favourite investment option is one that is low risk, but provides medium to high rewards. Remember Index funds? They are a type of mutual fund that imitates certain stock indexes, hence the name. In Canada we have one main stock exchange, which is the Toronto Stock Exchange, or TSX. You can go on Wikipedia right now and look at a list of stocks that are traded on that exchange. You can’t actually buy the TSX, but some banks have created a mutual fund that is very close to holding all of the stocks listed within the TSX. There are mutual funds that mimic other exchanges like S&P500 and the NASDAQ. Because index funds represent the stock exchange, and the stock exchange’s composition doesn’t change much, index funds are what’s known as “passively traded”. On the other hand, you have mutual fund managers who are actively buying and trading stocks to get better returns. They are trying to “beat the market”. These mutual funds are “actively traded”. So with passively traded funds, the fees associated with buying index funds are much lower, usually less than 1% of total assets. Actively traded mutual funds hover around the 2% mark. Wait, 1%, 2%, of what? These fees are asset-based, meaning it’s a percentage of what you have invested. This means that if you have $10,000 invested in an index fund, you are paying $100 a year in fees. Compare that with paying $200 a year on a 2% fee mutual fund. Index funds are recommended by most billionaire investors such as Warren Buffet because through statistical data, they perform better than most mutual funds offered to you by your financial advisor, yet charge significantly less management fees. Here’s a fun fact: 96% of all professionally managed mutual funds don’t beat the stock index. That means you have a 4% chance to beat the market when you choose a mutual fund offered to you by a financial advisor. Let’s imagine you went to the casino to play blackjack. The goal of blackjack is to beat the dealer’s hand, to get as close to 21 as possible without going over. If you get two face cards right off the bat, you have 20 points, which is a great hand. However, if the idiot inside you says “hit me”, in hopes of getting an ace, you only have an 8% chance of getting one. So, think about it, you are two times more likely to get an ace in blackjack then you are to outperform an index with a mutual fund. Why would you consider putting something so important as your life savings into something with such a low chance of success? We’re not saying you’ll lose your money in mutual funds, but the index, and more specifically index funds, have been proven to perform substantially better in the long run, in both market booms and crashes. So why do banks promote mutual funds so much? Well remember that you’re paying a really high fee to hold these mutual funds, and banks are a business too. Your financial advisor becomes a salesperson when they recommend funds for you because they are being told by their manager and company to promote certain funds. So be sure to do your research, and in later videos we’ll reveal how you can ask the right questions to your financial advisor. Along with stock index funds, there are bond index funds as well. These follow the same concept in that the fund will have as many different types of bonds in it as possible.
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What Is an Index?
 
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Andrew W. Lo http://jpm.iprournals.com/content/42/2/21 Technological advances in telecommunications, securities exchanges, and algorithmic trading have facilitated a host of new investment products that resemble theme-based passive indexes, but depart from traditional market-cap-weighted portfolios. In this article, the author proposes broadening the definition of an index using a functional perspective. Any portfolio strategy that satisfies three properties should be considered an index: (1) it is completely transparent, (2) it is investable, and (3) it is systematic (i.e., it is entirely rules-based and involves no judgment or unique investment skill). Portfolios satisfying these properties that are not market-cap-weighted are given a new name: dynamic indices. This functional definition widens the universe of possibilities and, most importantly, decouples risk management from alpha generation. Passive strategies can and should be actively risk managed, and the author provides a simple example of how this can be achieved. Dynamic indices also create new challenges; the most significant of these is backtest bias, and the author concludes with a proposal for managing this risk.
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Play the Market Indices and Indexes: Investing 101 w/ Doug Flynn, CFP
 
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Doug Flynn, CFP, of Flynn Zito Capital Management, LLC discussing major Stock Market Indices. Doug: ...you have different ways that you can make up an index. The S&P, as most people are familiar with, are the 500 largest companies in the United States, but it's weighted towards the size of the companies. Ali: A bigger company has a greater influence...Apple. Doug: Correct. Apple is the biggest one. You have Exxon, and those. And so the top ten holdings in the S&P 500, is about 18% of every dollar you invest are in the top ten holdings. So that's that type of index. It's made up of market capitalization is what they call it. Ali: So that's why Apple if Apple has a bad day, it could affect your investments if you're well-diversified, even if you're not directly invested in Apple. Doug: That's correct. And convesely the Dow, which is interesting because it's an older index - it goes back to the 1800s -it's just a price weighted index, and all that means is that a stock that has a higher price weights more heavily in there. All these really are, no matter how you slice them, are just a proxy for what people think the market is doing overall. Unless you're in those 500 stocks, or those 30 stocks that are in the Dow, that doesn't necessarily mean that that's what you're going to earn, but it approx-able for is the market doing well; these are the things that we look at. Ali: Is it a good proxy in your opinion? Doug: I think over time it is a good proxy, it's what everyone seems to measure themselves against. Interestingly enough, the Nasdaq, the other one, there's 3000 stocks. So they're all different numbers, but I think overall, they give you an idea of what's in there, what the market is doing on average. It's something to look at as a beginning point. Ali: You talk about the S&P being capitalization-weighted, the Dow being price-weighted, is there anything that's equal with it? Doug: Yeah, you can actually, it's interesting, if you take the S&P 500, and there are equal weight S&P 500 Index Funds. Ali: So it's all of those stocks, but they're all given equal weight? Doug: So instead of having the top ten of the S&P 500 in a typical index be 18% of the portfolio, it would be 2% of the portfolio, because 0.2% of all 500 stocks are going to be in there. And, if you look at it historically, it has outperformance relative to the average S&P 500, because the smaller of the 500 stocks have more in there, and so typically those companies are going to grow bigger... Ali: So if I like the assortment of stocks, and I want to be exposed to a lot of it, but I'm tired of Apple influencing my portfolio; I don't want to get out of it, I just want it to have equal weight as everything else. Doug: Or maybe you already have a bunch of Apple stock, and the last thing you want is to have even more Apple stock unknowingly. These are ways to be in the index, but do it in a different way. And there are other ways to index, but equal weight is the first one to look at. Ali: Now we got something on this chart I want to bring up so we can look at on the different kinds of capitalization, I mean the different kinds of weighting. And you've got one called rules based, now what is that? Doug: Rules-based is interesting, because what that means is that you can apply anything to the index. Indexing doesn't just mean capitalization. You can say, "I want to sort by value. I want to sort by the PE ration. I want to sort by the price to book. I want to sort by sales." And so you can weight and re-index, and there are ETFs that specialize in this type of thing, and if you look at them, nearly all of them over time have outperformance relative to the market capitalization weighting type of indexing. So they're things to look at because you might find that there are companies that have lower price to book is a better measure than just, "I'm buying the largest companies in the United States, because they're the largest." Ali: A lower price to book is a company whose book value is trading lower than what that company's actually worth, from an accountant's perspective. Doug: Exactly, if you broke it up or sold it based on its parts. There are many different measures, and this is a good way to get online and look at different types of indexing, and different types of weighting that you can do, and there are funds that do that for you, or you can just look at it yourself, and dig deep in there and find what are the holdings that are in there that might not be as big a weighting in the typical index fund that's already in your 401k and you probably own outright. Ali: And that's a good trick. Using these different things to make sure you're not duplicating your investments in different indices. Doug: Yes, we call that overlap. You might not realize, with Apple as that example you have it in three different places being such a big percentage. That's fine if it does well, but not so fine if it doesn't.
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3 More Rules of Wall Street
 
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Explore three factor-based strategies with CFRA's Sam Stovall, author of 7 Rules of Wall Street, and S&P DJI's Shaun Wurzbach.
What is Index Fund? | Definition & Explanation of Index Fund
 
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What is Index Fund? | Definition & Explanation of Index Fund: An index fund (also known as index tracker) is a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund (ETF) designed to follow certain preset rules so that the fund can track a specified basket of underlying investments. Those rules may include tracking prominent indexes like the S&P 500 or the Dow Jones Industrial Average or implementation rules, such as tax-management, tracking error minimization, large block trading or patient/flexible trading strategies that allows for greater tracking error, but lower market impact costs. Index funds may also have rules that screen for social and sustainable criteria. An index fund’s rules of construction clearly identify the type of companies suitable for the fund. The most commonly known index fund, the S&P 500 Index Fund, is based on the rules established by S&P Dow Jones Indices for their S&P 500 Index. Equity index funds would include groups of stocks with similar characteristics such as the size, value, profitability and/or the geographic location of the companies. A group of stocks may include companies from the United States, Non-US Developed, emerging markets or Frontier Market countries. Additional index funds within these geographic markets may include indexes of companies that include rules based on company characteristics or factors, such as companies that are small, mid-sized, large, small value, large value, small growth, large growth, the level of gross profitability or investment capital, real estate, or indexes based on commodities and fixed-income. Companies are purchased and held within the index fund when they meet the specific index rules or parameters and are sold when they move outside of those rules or parameters. Think of an index fund as an investment utilizing rules-based investing. Some index providers announce changes of the companies in their index before the change date and other index providers do not make such announcements. The main advantage of index funds for investors is they don't require a lot of time to manage as the investors don't have to spend time analyzing various stocks or stock portfolios. Many investors also find it difficult to beat the performance of the S&P 500 Index due to their lack of experience/skill in investing. One index provider, Dow Jones Indexes, has 130,000 indices. Dow Jones Indexes says that all its products are maintained according to clear, unbiased, and systematic methodologies that are fully integrated within index families. ………………………………………………………………………………….. Sources: Text: Text of this video has been taken from Wikipedia, which is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License Background Music: Evgeny Teilor, https://www.jamendo.com/track/1176656/oceans The Lounge: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/jazz Images: www.pixabay.com www.openclipart.com
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Stableford Scoring
 
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Introduction to Stableford Scoring for Beginner Golfers. Learn how to score stableford and understand the terms index, par and stableford. www.golfmindplay.com Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introducing StablefordScoring 00:18 - Stableford scoring 01:13 - Some definitions 01:24 - Par 01:43 - Par (cont'd) 02:39 - Index 03:07 - Sample Card 03:56 - Handicap 04:48 - Allocating handicap to indexes 06:44 - Scoring System for Stableford 10:03 - More Scoring examples 13:24 - More information
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The 3 Simple Swing Trading Indicators I Use
 
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If you want check out one of my webinars where I go over these strategies and many more, click here: https://goo.gl/5Z1JCX Swing Trading is a great way to take advantage of short term movements in the market. After years of swing trading I found these three indicators to be the most valuable. Moving averages, Relative Strength Index and Visual Analysis Click the link if you want to read more about my three indicators: https://goo.gl/XV6tvm
Best Tricks and Shortcuts of Surds and Indices Part 2 by Dinesh Miglani
 
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INDICES & SURDS_LESSON 1_INDICES & SURDS BASICS_QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE_CAT/GMAT/GRE/BANK PO/SSC
 
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in this video I have discussed  Basic rules for indices and surds with examples  Exponents and powers basics with examples  Exponents and radicals basics with examples This video is relevant for students doing preparations of aptitude exams like cat, xat, gmat, gre, sat, mat, cmat, nmat, iift, mah cet, bank po, ibps po, sbi po, bank clerk, ssc cgl, ssc pre, ssc main, rbi assistant grade etc.
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Algebra Basics: Exponents In Algebra - Math Antics
 
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This video shows how exponents can be used more generally with variables. It explains why x⁰=1 and shows how to solve very simple algebraic equations involving exponents and roots. Part of the Algebra Basics Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NybHckSEQBI&list=PLUPEBWbAHUszT_GebJK23JHdd_Bss1N-G Learn More at mathantics.com Visit http://www.mathantics.com for more Free math videos and additional subscription based content!
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How to Study Effectively with Flash Cards - College Info Geek
 
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Flash cards can help you learn and memorize information quickly, and they're one of the most powerful tools you can use when it comes time to study for exams. Today, we'll look at 8 techniques for both making and studying your flash cards more effectively. My book "10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades" is completely free, so check it out if you're interested in improving your grades! http://collegeinfogeek.com/get-better-grades/ Companion article for this video: http://collegeinfogeek.com/flash-card-study-tips/ ---------- Videos you might want to watch next: 8 Advanced Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ad6grll-ak&index=1&list=PLx65qkgCWNJIBzsXii5b6hze09et4cu5n How to Study and Do Homework in a Time Crunch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib98J80AUNs&index=4&list=PLx65qkgCWNJIBzsXii5b6hze09et4cu5n ---------- If you want to get even more strategies and tips on becoming a more productive, successful student, subscribe to my channel right here: http://buff.ly/1vQP5ar Twitter ➔ https://twitter.com/tomfrankly Instagram ➔ https://instagram.com/tomfrankly ~ created by Thomas Frank Music: Welcome to HorrorLand - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Nola - Broke for Free (http://brokeforfree.com/) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Power Laws, aka Index Laws
 
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Power Laws (a.k.a. Index Laws), explained using numeric examples. This video explains how the basic power laws work, based on the meaning of power notation.
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Mathematics Olympiad Type Questions involving the use of the Rules of Indices.
 
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Four Mathematics Olympiad type Questions involving the use of the Rules of Indices. Accessible to C1, KS4, GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 7-9 students and Homeschooler. Also useful for revision and to NQT.
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Trading Indices: Spread Betting Indices
 
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Nick Lewis, market analyst speaks about index spread betting. Trading Indices. Indices trading is incredibly popular; they represent a weighted index of the top 100 FTSE 100 shares, top 30 German shares and are perceived as a good reflection of how the underlying economy is faring. So the price of an index should be based on the sum of the individual stocks in the basket? Right? The calculation is similar. Price Weighted Indices versus indices weighted according to Market Capitalisation? In themselves, indices are not tradable instruments so how are spread betting providers able to quote them? There is an underlying price from the futures markets that allows to add or substract a fair value to generate a cash index price. Are indices less volatile than trading individual shares? Index spread betting can be used as a hedge, but it can also be a way to take long or short positions without having to be stock specific. By placing a spreadbet on an equity index you will be trading on the aggregate performance of all the individual stocks it comprises. The FTSE 100 comprises the top 100 UK listed companies by market capitalisation, while the DAX30 represents the top 30 German-listed companies by capitalisation. Risk warning: Spread betting and CFD trading carry a high level of risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit. They may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved.
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1 IMPORTANT STOCK MARKET RULE TO KNOW FOR 2019
 
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Views: 16667 Ricky Gutierrez
Signals and Risk - Customizing the S&P 500®
 
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Explore a custom rules-based approach to tracking sector trends while keeping risk in check with CMG Capital Management Group’s Steve Blumenthal, Ned Davis Research’s Robert Schuster, VanEck’s Ed Lopez, and S&P DJI’s Michael Mell.
Intraday Trading Strategy - RSI or Relative Strength Index | HINDI
 
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Profitable Intraday Trading Strategy is very difficult to find. Normally, traders search for Intraday Trading Strategy of a professional and successful intraday traders. This information is not available in public domain. In this video, i am sharing one of the successful Intraday Trading Strategy of professional traders based on the RSI or Relative Strength Index. It is based on 2 period with an overbought and oversold zone of 90 & 10. This Intraday Trading Strategy does not use any other indicator. It works well on the time frame of 15 mins. The only precondition is that the stock should be volatile with a very low delivery percentage. If you liked this video, You can "Subscribe" to my YouTube Channel. The link is as follows https://goo.gl/nsh0Oh By subscribing, You can daily watch a new Educational and Informative video in your own Hindi language. For more such interesting and informative content, join me at: Website: http://www.nitinbhatia.in/ T: http://twitter.com/nitinbhatia121 G+: https://plus.google.com/+NitinBhatia #NitinBhatia
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Harnessing Factors Globally - An FA's Perspective
 
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How are advisors implementing multi-asset factor strategies? Two Rivers Capital’s Sean Kommerstad joins S&P DJI’s Travis Robinson to discuss a rules-based factor strategy that dynamically shifts to sync up with an evolving global market.
Fathers of Indexing: John Bogle
 
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Vanguard’s founder, John “Jack” Bogle, played an essential role in transitioning index-based investing from theory to practice. Watch David Blitzer, Managing Director & Chairman of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices discuss this father of indexing.
11:00 AM RRB ALP/GroupD | Maths by Sahil Sir | NUMBER SYSTEM | Day #84
 
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Ketogenic Diet: Low Carbs vs. Slow Carbs | How to Balance- Thomas DeLauer
 
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http://ThomasDeLauer.com Click here to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more free health and nutrition tips: https://www.youtube.com/thetdelauer?sub_confirmation=1 Ketogenic Diet: Low Carbs vs. Slow Carbs | How to Balance- Thomas DeLauer… Low carb diets limit the carb intake and the slow carb diets concentrate on the glycemic index in foods - Low carb reduces the total volume of carbs, while slow carb changes the type of carbs consumed. Glycemic Index: The “glycemic index” is a term used to describe the blood glucose response to a particular food. The glycemic index is a method of ranking the effects of carb-based foods based on their effects on blood sugar - refers to how quickly sugar reaches the bloodstream after food consumption. High-GI foods pass rapidly through your digestive system and into your bloodstream, driving up your blood glucose levels and causing insulin to spike. Low-GI foods, on the other hand, pass more slowly through the digestive system and enter the bloodstream gradually, which keeps insulin levels low (1,2) Slow Carb: Your gut quickly absorbs high-GI carbs and spikes your blood sugar, resulting in high insulin that can increase storage of belly fat, increases inflammation, raises triglycerides and lowers HDL, raises blood pressure, lowers testosterone in men, and contributes to infertility in women. High-fiber, low-sugar carbs, are slowly digested and don’t lead to blood sugar and insulin spikes. These slow carbs reduce cancer risk and increase your body’s ability to detoxify (3) Blood Glucose and Insulin: When your blood glucose and insulin move up and down rapidly or stay high it disrupts your natural blood glucose balance. This can lead to your body having trouble responding to your blood glucose levels, which may contribute to insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is associated with many health problems - type 2 Diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease (4) Study: A study published in August 2015 in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition analyzed data from about 70,000 postmenopausal women. They found that women who had higher dietary glycemic index intake had increased odds of developing depression within the three-year study. They also found that higher consumption of added sugars was associated with depression risk. On the other hand, women who ate more fiber, fruits, and vegetables (which often have lower glycemic indexes) were shown to have a lower chance of developing depression, per the study’s findings. Researchers suggested that the association may be due to many different mechanisms. Refined carbohydrates contribute to inflammation, insulin resistance, and cardiovascular disease, which are all associated with depression (5) Low GI Food Benefits Summed - Increase the body's sensitivity to insulin, improve diabetes control, reduce hunger and keep you fuller for longer, minimize carb cravings, and minimize energy crashes References: 1) Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load | Linus Pauling Institute | Oregon State University. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/food-beverages/glycemic-index-glycemic-load 2) The glycemic index. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://easacademy.org/research-news/article/glycemic-index-in-exercise 3) Slow Carbs, Not Low Carbs: The Truth about Low-Carb Diets - Dr. Mark Hyman. (2015, August 20). Retrieved from http://drhyman.com/blog/2015/08/20/slow-carbs-not-low-carbs-the-truth-about-low-carb-diets/ 4) Prediabetes & Insulin Resistance | NIDDK. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/diabetes/overview/what-is-diabetes/prediabetes-insulin-resistance 5) Consuming highly refined carbohydrates increases risk of depression. (2015, August 15). Retrieved from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/08/150805110335.htm
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