After the Second World War, from the next date when the Tokyo Stock Exchange resumes, i.e. May 16, 1949, until now, we have calculated the rate (%) of the Nikkei 225’s rising on each day for the whole period, and we describe the results as the calendar called “Winning rate of the day”. The dates with the highest and lowest wining rates in each month are highlighted respectively. In parentheses below the winning rate on each day in the calendar, the figure with “W” (means “wins”) indicates the number of days when the Nikkei 225 rose on the day, the figure with “L” (means “loses”) represents the number of the days when the index declined on the day, and the figure with “D” (means “draws”) equals the number of days when the index was unchanged, e.g. 63.3% (38W22L1D). The data would be updated at 7pm, Japan time every trading date in general.