This page provides our latest Nasdaq 100 Index investing history trend chart that can be used for trend trading in the best index mutual funds and ETF’s that follow this particular market. The Nasdaq 100 Index graph shows the Nasdaq 100 trends and its highest close ever, how high the Nasdaq 100 has been recently and how low the Nasdaq 100 has been over the last few years. Our historical stock market trend chart for the Nasdaq 100 is based on the Nasdaq 100 historical closing numbers and is the starting point for our free trend trading, long term market timing and safe index fund investing advise. Note that Nasdaq stands for National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations.
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In the attached chart, the most recent closing values are the ones utmost right on the chart. These are valid for the last trading day of April 2009. For a detailed explanation of how to read our easy to read free historical stock market index trend charts, see our Methodology.
The blue line shows the closing values of the Nasdaq 100 Index at the end of each month for a period of more than ten years. The peaks in the green and red line indicate buy or sell long-term market timing moments.
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