Ryan McCormack, QQQ Equity Product Strategist, Invesco & Efram Slen, Associate Vice President, Nasdaq Global Information Services
Thu, Mar 12, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
The Nasdaq-100 index (NDX), which includes 100 of the largest domestic and international non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market based on market capitalization, is home to some of the most innovative companies in the world. While the Nasdaq-100 is known for many of its technology companies — including Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Intel, and Facebook — the index also includes category-defining companies on the forefront of innovation in other key industries such as Amgen, Starbucks, and Tesla.
Performance of the index is at historic levels; in fact 2019 saw a 38% surge in that 12-month period – that’s the biggest increase since 2009. With solid growth, consistent outperformance, and a list of components that are driving today’s economy forward, the NDX can be a valuable benchmark for tracking innovation.
Join our experts who will discuss:
- Valuations of tech stocks today versus those in the past
- The value tech has played in the economy’s eco-system
- Nasdaq-100 construction, methodology, fundamentals, correlation, and growth exposure
- QQQ — the ETF that tracks the Nasdaq-100 — rankings, liquidity, and defusing common pushback
- Earnings and outlook for the index
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