The Nasdaq-100 Index tracks the performance of the top 100 non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq Exchange. A methodology to determine all 102 stock weights is based on the modified market capitalization, which is good enough to prevent companies’ influence on the index.
You can check the complete list of Nasdaq 100 Companies By Weight below, and for other indexes, click here –
Nasdaq 100 Constituents By Weight
(Updated: March 2022)
Nasdaq-100 Top Sectors Weightage Breakdown
The Nasdaq Composite is one of the most widely recognized indices tracking stocks in the United States. The index is compiled by the information technology field like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Tesla, and NVIDIA. The index mainly focused on the tech sector, which has more than 55% weight of entire indices, and that’s why we also call them tech-heavy index.
Check – Nasdaq Historical Performance
How to Invest in Nasdaq 100?
Many investors search stock weightage query for index investment propose, diversified their portfolio to high weight stocks, and buy the stocks accordingly. However, the weight of every stock changes regularly.
Following that change is next to impossible for the general investor. To solve this problem, investors can buy Nasdaq-100 ETFs or Index funds, which allow them to invest in one click without any complication.