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The Nasdaq 100 Index is a collection of the 100 biggest and most actively traded firms in the United States that are listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange. Except for industrial and investment banks, the index contains firms from a variety of sectors. Retail, biotechnology, industrial, telecommunications, health care, and other non-financial industries are among them.
The Nasdaq 100 index is traded through the Invesco QQQ Trust. This product is intended to monitor the success of the Nasdaq 100 biggest corporations. Any business in the trust must be a Nasdaq 100 member and have been listed on the wider market for at least two years.
How We Plan to Sell an NQ Rally
Last week’s 4.7% decline in the Nasdaq 100 (NQ) futures market brought the index right back down to its June lows. The market is clearly still stuck in a down trend, but this is an area where support could be found. And if we do see a rally in the NQ from here, we’ll be …
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