Index Symbol: ^NDX
Total Market Capitalization (USD): $17.629 Trillion
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Moving averages: — EMA20 — SMA50 — SMA200
Based on a smaller subset of securities than the broad Nasdaq Composite index, the Nasdaq-100 index allows the tracking of more than 90% of the movement of the Nasdaq Composite by only considering the securities of about 100 of the largest companies traded on the Nasdaq stock exchange.
It is a modified capitalization-weighted index that gives more weight to a company as its market capitalization is higher, with certain rules capping the influence of the largest components. Imagined as indices tracking the evolution of Nasdaq companies, the Nasdaq Composite and Nasdaq-100 are usually only considered to be rough benchmarks for US innovative and tech companies, not for the broader American stocks and economy, for which the S&P 500 index is generally preferred.
|Average Daily Volume||4,828,703,373|
|Company||Stock(s)||Sector||Industry||Market Cap (USD)|
|Apple||AAPL||Technology||Consumer Electronics||$2.825 T|
|Alphabet||GOOGL, GOOG||Communication Services||Internet Content & Information||$1.825 T|
|Amazon||AMZN||Consumer Discretionary||Internet Retail||$1.642 T|
|Tesla||TSLA||Consumer Discretionary||Auto Manufacturers||$1.016 T|
|Meta||META||Communication Services||Internet Content & Information||$617.50 B|
|ASML||ASML||Technology||Semiconductor Equipment & Materials||$274.35 B|
|Costco||COST||Consumer Staples||Discount Stores||$258.15 B|