The Nasdaq 100, often abbreviated to NDX, is a stock index that lists the 100 US companies that are most widely traded on the Nasdaq.
The index incorporates companies that were not started in the US, and companies from all industries with the exception of those from the financial sector.
The index, started in 1985, reached its high point in August 2018 during the Bull Run that followed the financial crisis, peaking at over 8133 points.
Companies in index: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Qualcomm.
Trading Hours: 24 hrs ; Daily Break 9:15 pm - 9:30 pm, 10 pm - 11 pm
Minimum Size: US$0.01 per Point or 1 Lot