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Jim Griffin

Could you explain to my what a logarithmic depiction of the S&P 500 means? Specifically why is it used to represent the S&P 500?

Thank you.

Paul Hickey


Logarithmic means that the S&P axis is geomoetric rather than linear. It makes it esier to see changes in the early part of the time series.

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