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    Nasdaq-100® Companies

    Representing home to some of today’s biggest innovators, the Nasdaq-100® is more than just a U.S. index. It is home to global growth and innovation. The current Nasdaq-100® sector breakdown spans industries from technology to healthcare, and consumer goods & services to industrials and more. These holdings continue to drive index performance and provide a way to invest in innovation.

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    Get to Know Some of the Nasdaq-100® Companies

    Autodesk

    Autodesk

    Joining the Nasdaq-100® in 2004, this multinational software corporation was originally best known for AutoCAD, computer-aided design software widely used by architects and engineers. It has since expanded to serve the construction, manufacturing, media, education, and entertainment sectors as well. A consistently strong performer, the firm, currently headed by CEO Andrew Anagnost, had revenues of $3.79 billion in 2021, beating analysts’ estimates. Headquartered in San Rafael, California, Autodesk has offices in eight states and three Canadian provinces.

    Joining the Nasdaq-100® in 2004, this multinational software corporation was originally best known for AutoCAD, computer-aided design software widely used by architects and engineers. It has since expanded to serve the construction, manufacturing, media, education, and entertainment sectors as well. A consistently strong performer, the firm, currently headed by CEO Andrew Anagnost, had revenues of $3.79 billion in 2021, beating analysts’ estimates. Headquartered in San Rafael, California, Autodesk has offices in eight states and three Canadian provinces.

    Copart

    Copart

    Copart provides online vehicle auctions and remarketing services to automotive resellers in the insurance, rental car, fleet and finance industries. Operating in 11 countries and based in Dallas, Texas, it offers a range of reselling services using its patented virtual auction technology. CEO Jay Adair heads the company, which became a member of the Nasdaq-100® in 2019. At the end of fiscal year 2021, Copart’s revenue was $2.7 billion, an increase of nearly $487 million over the previous year.

    Copart provides online vehicle auctions and remarketing services to automotive resellers in the insurance, rental car, fleet and finance industries. Operating in 11 countries and based in Dallas, Texas, it offers a range of reselling services using its patented virtual auction technology. CEO Jay Adair heads the company, which became a member of the Nasdaq-100® in 2019. At the end of fiscal year 2021, Copart’s revenue was $2.7 billion, an increase of nearly $487 million over the previous year.

    CSX

    CSX Corporation Inc.

    CSX became a member of the NASDAQ-100® in 2016. Under the leadership of President and CEO James Foote, it had a revenue of $12.522 billion in 2021, up over 18% from the previous year. Headquartered in in Jacksonville, Florida, it is a leading supplier of rail-based transportation and intermodal services. The CSX Transportation network covers some 20,000 miles of track in 23 states, the District of Columbia and parts of Canada.

    CSX became a member of the NASDAQ-100® in 2016. Under the leadership of President and CEO James Foote, it had a revenue of $12.522 billion in 2021, up over 18% from the previous year. Headquartered in in Jacksonville, Florida, it is a leading supplier of rail-based transportation and intermodal services. The CSX Transportation network covers some 20,000 miles of track in 23 states, the District of Columbia and parts of Canada.

    Intuitive Surgical

    Intuitive Surgical Inc.

    Intuitive Surgical’s robotic systems, end-to-end learning features and value-added services are revolutionizing medicine and advancing minimally invasive care. The firm, which produced the da Vinci surgical system, is an innovator in the field of robotic-assisted surgery. A NASDAQ-100® member since 2006, Intuitive Surgery had an annual revenue of nearly $4.48 billion in 2019. The firm’s compound annual growth rate between the fourth quarter of 2019 and the fourth quarter of 2021 was about 13%. The CEO of the Sunnyvale, California, company is Gary Guthart.

    Intuitive Surgical’s robotic systems, end-to-end learning features and value-added services are revolutionizing medicine and advancing minimally invasive care. The firm, which produced the da Vinci surgical system, is an innovator in the field of robotic-assisted surgery. A NASDAQ-100® member since 2006, Intuitive Surgery had an annual revenue of nearly $4.48 billion in 2019. The firm’s compound annual growth rate between the fourth quarter of 2019 and the fourth quarter of 2021 was about 13%. The CEO of the Sunnyvale, California, company is Gary Guthart.

    Mercado Libre

    Mercado Libre Inc.

    In August 2007, Mercado Libre became the first Latin American technology company to be listed on Nasdaq. It became a member of the Nasdaq-100® ten years later. This online auction house and e-commerce site has nearly 200 million users in 18 countries. It has five main business units—a marketplace platform, a payment platform, an advertising service, a credit line and a tool that works across its digital ecosystem. Stelleo Passos Tolda is the CEO. In 2021, Mercado Libre generated over $7 billion in revenue, a 78% increase over the previous year.

    In August 2007, Mercado Libre became the first Latin American technology company to be listed on Nasdaq. It became a member of the Nasdaq-100® ten years later. This online auction house and e-commerce site has nearly 200 million users in 18 countries. It has five main business units—a marketplace platform, a payment platform, an advertising service, a credit line and a tool that works across its digital ecosystem. Stelleo Passos Tolda is the CEO. In 2021, Mercado Libre generated over $7 billion in revenue, a 78% increase over the previous year.

    Verisk

    Verisk Analytics Inc.

    This multinational risk assessment enterprise is 50 years old and has been at the vanguard of innovation from its inception. The company became a Nasdaq-100® member in 2012 on the strength of its solid performance with customers in insurance, financial services, natural resources and other sectors. The company is headed by CEO Scott Stephenson, who will retire in 2022 and be succeeded by Lee Shavel. The firm uses proprietary data sets to help its clients prevent fraud, devise actuarial models and much more. Its 2021revenue of $2.99 billion represented an increase of $2.6 billion over the previous year.

    This multinational risk assessment enterprise is 50 years old and has been at the vanguard of innovation from its inception. The company became a Nasdaq-100® member in 2012 on the strength of its solid performance with customers in insurance, financial services, natural resources and other sectors. The company is headed by CEO Scott Stephenson, who will retire in 2022 and be succeeded by Lee Shavel. The firm uses proprietary data sets to help its clients prevent fraud, devise actuarial models and much more. Its 2021revenue of $2.99 billion represented an increase of $2.6 billion over the previous year.

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