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US-TECH 100 NQ

19107.80 -0.49%
High: 19302.80 Low: 19061.68

The US-TECH 100 CFDs are based on the Nasdaq 100 Index Futures. The Nasdaq 100 is a tech-heavy stock market index that tracks 100 of the biggest high-tech companies in the U.S. Bloomberg

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The US-TECH 100 CFDs are based on the Nasdaq 100 Index Futures. The Nasdaq 100 is a tech-heavy stock market index that tracks 100 of the biggest high-tech companies in the U.S. Bloomberg

Spread 1.9 Spread (%) 0.01%
Overnight funding - Buy -0.0283% Overnight funding - Sell 0.0009%
Initial margin 5.00% Maintenance margin 2.50%
Leverage 1:20 Expires daily No
Futures Contract September 2024
Automatic rollover

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What is US-TECH 100?

Nasdaq 100 (NQ) derives its value from the Nasdaq 100 Index Futures, which represents a selection of the 100 largest high-tech companies in the United States. NQ is based on the Nasdaq exchange, which is the second-largest stock exchange in the world. Some of the main factors that affect the Nasdaq price include economic events, share price, company profits, growth potential, the strength of the USD, and news releases.

How do I trade US-TECH 100?

Start trading US-TECH 100 in just 5 steps:
  1. Explore what shifts the US-TECH 100 price
  2. Learn about US-TECH 100 trading at the trading academy
  3. Open and verify your Plus500 account
  4. Develop your trading strategy
  5. Execute your first trade on US-TECH 100

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Why Plus500?

Protected & secure

Your data is safe and your funds are kept in segregated bank accounts, in accordance with regulatory requirements.

Professional support

Get around-the-clock dedicated customer service in multiple languages.

Regulated

Plus500EE AS is authorised and regulated by the Estonian Financial Supervision and Resolution Authority (Licence no. 4.1-1/18).

Reliable

Plus500 Ltd is a FTSE 250 company listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market for Listed Companies.

US-TECH 100 FAQ

US-TECH 100 index futures CFD, based on NASDAQ-100 index futures, is a basket of shares including the 100 largest non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ stock market. The index is traded as ‘NQ’.

NASDAQ-100 is a modified capitalisation-weighted index, as a result, larger companies like Apple, Microsoft, Meta and Intel - have a greater effect on the index’s price than smaller companies.

The price of the Nasdaq 100 is impacted by a wide range of factors.

Among these are the economic outlook for the US economy, including the percent change in gross domestic product (GDP), measuring the nation's production output; changes in government revenues; and interest, inflation, employment and unemployment rates. Furthermore, macroeconomic events and changes in trade agreements, at both regional and global levels, can tend to move American-based stock index futures.

Explore more factors that can affect its price in the "What Moves the Nasdaq" article.

On the American stock market are 4 of the most actively-traded index futures:

These index futures are available for trading from Sunday 22:00 until Friday 20:15, with an interval downtime of 15 minutes between 20:15 to 20:30, as well as 1 hour from 21:00 to 22:00*.

* Trading hours are in UTC and may change occasionally depending on the underlying stock exchanges.

Here are five steps to start trading US-TECH 100 index futures CFD with Plus500:

  1. If you don’t already have an account, open a Trading Account Here.
  2. Complete your account registration and verify any relevant documents as required. Once this is done, you can start depositing funds.
  3. Search for US-TECH 100 under the platform’s ‘Indices’ category or in the search bar.
  4. Check for live and historic prices of US-TECH 100 using our advanced charting tools.
  5. Click the ‘Buy’ button if you think US-TECH 100 will rise in value or the ‘Sell’ button if you think it will fall.

Learn more about US-Tech 100 Index trading in our article on "How to Trade on the Nasdaq 100 Movements".

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