Based off of a ‘capitalization-weighted index’, which weighs its components according to their outstanding shares’ market value, the NASDAQ-100 is a stock market index of the largest 100 non-financial companies. The NASDAQ-100 was first utilized in 1985 as a way to promote the NASDAQ.
NASDAQ-100 Contract Specifications
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Last updated May 2013.
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