Despite its name, the Nasdaq 100 has more than 100 stocks in its index. 

The Nasdaq 100 is the large-cap growth index. 

Nasdaq-100 have historically been larger than the smallest of large-cap 

The Nasdaq is the oldest and largest electronic stock market globally. 

All buying and selling on the Nasdaq occurs electronically and not on a physical trading floor. 

Nasdaq's indexes have outperformed the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Index. 

The Nasdaq 100-index has more than $50 billion of investments in exchange-traded products tied to it. 

The Nasdaq is technically a dealer market. 

Nasdaq Composite and Nasdaq 100 use the same modified market capitalization weighting 

Each share's closing price is multiplied by the total shares outstanding to calculate share weights.