Nasdaq is the English abbreviation of the name of the automatic quotation system created by the National Association of Securities Dealers in 1968.Nasdaq is characterized by the collection and release of quotes from securities firms that trade in off-market stocks.It has now become the world's largest stock exchange. The Nasdaq Index is an average stock price index that reflects changes in the Nasdaq Stock Market. The basic index is 100.
The Nasdaq 100 Index is the main index of Nasdaq. Its 100 constituent stocks are characterized by high technology, high growth and non-financial properties. It can be said that it is the representative of US technology stocks.In the Nasdaq 100 Index, the good performance of these high-growth stocks is brought about by their own endogenous high growth, especially innovative business, rather than epitaxial growth such as asset injection.
From the top ten weight stocks of the Nasdaq 100 Index, they are mainly high-tech enterprises, among which companies in the computer industry are the most, the most weighted is Apple, and Microsoft, Google (Google) ), Cisco (Cisco), Intel (Intel) and many other well-known companies.
Long tradable time
Trading time 22 hours, T+0 two-way trading
Large market volatility
The market is volatile and the profit margin is large.
Third-party deposit of funds, convenient access
Investment entry is low
The minimum transaction is 0.1 lots, and the investment threshold is low.
Low entry difficulty
Simple operation, with or without foundation