The Nasdaq-100® and S&P 500 are two of the most popular equity indexes in the US. With a heavy allocation towards top performing industries such as Technology, Consumer Services, and Health Care, the Nasdaq-100 outperformed the S&P 500 by a wide margin between December 31, 2007 and March 31, 2020.
A Leader in Performance
Performance Leader for More than two decades
EarningsCompared with the SPX, the Nasdaq-100 has recorded significantly stronger performance for more than two decades.
The Nasdaq-100 is more than just an index. It is home to global growth, innovation and performance. The diversity of the companies included in the Nasdaq-100 has been critical to the index’s strong performance and success over the past two decades.
With category-defining companies on the forefront of innovation—Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Intel and more, the index defines today’s modern day industrials.
From ETFs to Annuities, Options to Futures, the Nasdaq-100 provides access to some of the world's leading companies to investors of all levels.