Nasdaq 100 (NDX)

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4,274.6 -54.5    -1.26%
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Type: Index
Market: United States
# Components: 109

  • Volume: 203,325,733
  • Open: 4,299.9
  • Day's Range: 4,262.1 - 4,324.7
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Declan Fallon
Indices Caught In No-Man's Land
By Declan Fallon - Sep 01, 2015

Bears took it upon themselves to press their advantage into the close of business. Selling volume was light and lacked the conviction that had accompanied the rout of the previous week. The S&P is...

What Market Turmoil Tells Us
By TradingBanks - Aug 31, 2015

Last week, the markets were on a wild roller coaster ride, with US stock markets initially falling significantly and closing the week higher. On Friday the S&P 500 Index ended higher by 1 percent,...

Declan Fallon
Rally Stalls Out
By Declan Fallon - Aug 31, 2015

After all the volatility during the week, Friday's action was a little reprieve. Markets sit at a point where shorts will fancy their chances, although further upside should not be viewed as ...

Tony Caldaro
SPX: Long Term Bull Market
By Tony Caldaro - Aug 30, 2015

REVIEW The week started off at SPX 1971. On Monday, due to overnight selling, there was a huge gap down at the open to SPX 1875. Then after hitting SPX 1867 in the opening minutes, the market rallied ...

Marvin Clark
Fired Up: August 27, 2015
By Marvin Clark - Aug 27, 2015

DOW + 619 = 16,285S&P + 72 = 1940NAS + 191 = 469710 YR YLD + .04 = 2.17%OIL – .44 = 38.87GOLD – 15.00 = 1126.40SILV – .58 = 14.21 Stocks finally snapped a week-long string of ...

Harry Boxer
4 Stocks To Watch: EFOI, ERI, EXPR, SRPT
By Harry Boxer - Aug 27, 2015

What a day on Wall Street on Wednesday! Six hundred and twenty points on the Dow was a whopper; over two hundred on the NASDAQ 100. A huge day, a beautiful recovery and closing at the highs for the ...

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Latest Nasdaq 100 Comments

Ibrar Forex
Ibrar Forex Apr 24, 2015 7:20AM GMT
am not understanding about nazdaq's trend.....
Ali  Ahmad
Ali Ahmad Apr 22, 2015 3:10PM GMT
Hi every one?
sterling intentions
sterling intentions Apr 03, 2015 4:32AM GMT
We received information on Thursday that suggests further downside has been planned by those who control the market, as a product of no one buying into the Ponzi Scheme at this time. Timing is uncertain, but Money Managers should be taking profits either before or after US Employment data on Good Friday. There will be another rally, but efforts to force the market up are failing, forcing market makers to allow further decline. Only you can decide on timing. Some data projections suggest employment data is a MISS and earning season to be disappointing.
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