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Nasdaq 100 (NDX)

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4,581.60 +21.37    +0.47%
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Type: Index
Market: United States
# Components: 108

  • Volume: 163,990,514
  • Open: 4,570.50
  • Day's Range: 4,552.76 - 4,586.78
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Nasdaq 100 Analysis

Declan Fallon
Was It A Relief Rally?
By Declan Fallon - Jul 29, 2015

Big gains yesterday and a strong reversal in the Russell 2000 puts a potential bottom in play. The Russell 2000 started the day below the 200-day MA, but then rallied to claim a spike low and a close ...

Tony Caldaro
SPX Uptrend Under Pressure In Medium Term
By Tony Caldaro - Jul 26, 2015

REVIEW The week started off at SPX 2127. After a rally to SPX 2133 on Monday, completing eight straight days of higher highs/lows, the market headed lower for the rest of the week, with four straight ...

Declan Fallon
'Bull Trap' In Nasdaq
By Declan Fallon - Jul 23, 2015

There was some spill over from yesterday's after hours disappointment in Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), but after a weak open, bulls were able to mount some challenge by close of business. However, today's ...

Jay Kaeppel
I Want To Believe, But
By Jay Kaeppel - Jul 21, 2015

I love a good bull market as much as anyone. And I don’t like to fight the trend. So if the stock market – having bounced off of an oversold situation recently – wants to burst forth...

Declan Fallon
Tech Indices Breakout
By Declan Fallon - Jul 20, 2015

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) offered the juice to drive the NASDAQ and Nasdaq 100 to new highs. Other indices aren't there yet, and it remains to be seen what they can ...

Tony Caldaro
Weekend Update: SPX In Medium Term Uptrend
By Tony Caldaro - Jul 19, 2015

REVIEW The market started the week at SPX 2077. After a gap up opening on Monday, the SPX hit 2101. On Tuesday, it hit SPX 2112, and SPX 2114 on Wednesday. Then, after a gap up opening on Thursday, ...

Declan Fallon
3rd Day Of Gains For U.S. Indices
By Declan Fallon - Jul 15, 2015

Just when it looked like Greece and/or China were going to bring the long awaited decline of substance, along come bulls to bid up three solid days of gains. Tuesday's rally was enough to register an ...

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Ibrar Forex
Ibrar Forex Apr 24, 2015 07:20AM GMT
am not understanding about nazdaq's trend.....

Ali  Ahmad
Ali Ahmad Apr 22, 2015 03:10PM GMT
Hi every one?

sterling intentions
sterling intentions Apr 03, 2015 04:32AM 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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