All Ords Constituents

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    Merrilee
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    Hello

    I have noticed that Z1P is not included in Optuma’s All Ords list.

    It is definitely a constituent.

    Why is that?

    Also, is there more information about these data lists, managing and checking them?

    I’ve searched the Knowledge Base and not found anything.

    Thanks

     

     

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    ASX All Ords & Small Ords Watchlists

    Hi Merrilee,

    We’ll look at getting that updated, but in the meantime save and open the attached watchlists of the current components of the ASX All Ords and Small Ords. Note that you can click on the Open List As… icon and under Manual List > New Manual List give it a name:

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    Once in your Symbol Lists this can then be selected in a scan under the Lists tab in the Manual List section:

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    For more on using Symbol Lists see here.

     

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    Rhiannon
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    Out of curiosity, is there a website that lists the constituents of each index?

    I’ve seen that S&P have the top 10 by weight available, but have not found any more detail.

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    We maintain the constituents of the indices in the ASX Shares > S&P folder, which can be opened as watchlists or used in a scan:

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    However, try this site for the list of All Ords that can be downloaded, which has links to other indices and also ASX ETFs and LICs:

    https://www.allordslist.com/

    **Note:** Optuma is not affiliated with this website in any way, so please contact them directly with any questions or issues.

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