The NASDAQ 100 index (NDX) lists the largest non-financial companies, by market capitalisation, that are on the. Companies such as Apple Inc. and Microsoft are listed on the NASDAQ 100 and because of this, it can often be confused with the
It differs from the
Likewise, it differs from the because of its exclusion of financial companies.
Trading the NASDAQ 100
Companies included in the NASDAQ 100 are weighted according to a set of rules that prevent the largest components from having too much influence and increasing market diversification. To ensure this happens there is a once yearly rebalancing of all of thelisted on the index.
Companies from the industrial, technology, retail, IT and telecoms, biotechnology, healthcare, transportation, media and service sectors are all eligible for inclusion on the The NASDAQ 100 index (NDX) lists the largest non-financial c... More.
What are value stocks? A value company is a company that app... More can trade on the The NASDAQ is the second-largest stock exchange in the US,... More 100 using a number of extremely active exchange-traded funds.