# Unweighted/Weighted Indices

- Unweighted/Weighted Indices
Stock indices are calculated in two ways, either weighted or unweighted. The unweighted indices are simple arithmetic or geometric averages. In the weighted indices certain stocks carry a greater weighting than others, usually based on their market value or capitalization.

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