The companies that make up the Nasdaq 100 in 2021

  •   DEHOUI Lionel

Investing in the stock market is a solution that has been in vogue for several years to make huge profits. The Nasdaq 100 is one of the stock market indices that attract investors or traders. It is made up of the 100 most important companies listed on the largest market, the Nasdaq. Find out here the names of these companies and their weight in the index.

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The companies that make up the Nasdaq 100 in 2021
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About the composition of the Nasdaq 100

The Nasdaq 100 comprises 100 companies that are listed on the US market. These companies are selected on the basis of their market capitalisation. Therefore, the companies included in this index have the largest market capitalisations in this market.

In its composition, the Nasdaq 100 includes companies operating in various sectors of activity. In total, 7 sectors are represented in this index. According to the weight of each sector in the calculation of the index, we find :

  • technology (52.36%)
  • consumer services (24.02%),
  • health (14.91%),
  • consumer goods (4.62%),
  • industry (2.99%),
  • telecommunications (0.77%),
  • In addition, there is the materials sector (0.33%).

 

List of companies that make up the Nasdaq 100

As of September 29, 2021, here are the names of the companies that are present in the Nasdaq 100, followed by their market weighting as of that date.

  • Activizion Blizzard : $63.31 billion.
  • Adobe Sysyems Incorporated : $305.45 billion.
  • Advanced Micro Devices Inc : $130.49 billion.
  • Alexion Pharmaceuticals : $40.34 billion.
  • Align Technology : $54.33 billion.
  • Alphabet Class A : $824.45 billion.
  • Alphabet Class C : $883.68 billion.
  • Amazon.com : $1,692.46 billion.
  • American Electric Power : $44.4 billion.
  • Amgen : $129.41 billion.
  • Analog Devices Inc : $63.18 billion.
  • Ansys : $32.43 billion.
  • Apple : $2,414.89 billion.
  • Applied Materials : $129.79 billion.
  • ASML Holding : $326.25 billion.
  • Atlassian Corporation : $41.37 billion.
  • Autodesk : $73.08 billion.
  • Automatic Data Processing : $90.41 billion.
  • Baidu.Com : $57.87 billion.
  • Biogen Idec : $50.7 billion.
  • Cadence Design Systems : $41.6 billion.
  • CDW Corp : $26.07 billion.
  • Cerner : $23.65 billion.
  • Charter Communications : $140.72 billion.
  • Check Point Software Technologies : $18 billion.
  • Cintas Corporation : $40.41 billion.
  • Cisco Systems : $233.76 billion.
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions : $38.3 billion
  • Comcast Corporation : $266.94 billion.
  • Copart : $34.55 billion.
  • Costco Wholesale : $194.72 billion.
  • CSX Corporation : $73.02 billion.
  • CTRIP.Com Internat ADR 1/4 SH : $19.32 billion.
  • Dexcom : $50.08 billion.
  • Docusign RG : $59.72 billion.
  • Dollar Tree Store : $22.81 billion.
  • DR Pepper Snapple Group : $48.72 billion.
  • Ebay Inc : $44.52 billion.
  • Electronic Arts : $38.91 billion.
  • Exelon : $46.38 billion
  • Facebook : $862.01 billion.
  • Fastenal Company : $31.59 billion.
  • Fiserv : $73.05 billion.
  • FOX RG-A-WI : $11.94 billion.
  • FOX RG-B-WI : $8.48 billion.
  • Gilead Sciences : $85.84 billion.
  • Idexx Labs : $58.4 billion.
  • Illumina : $73.90 billion.
  • Incyte : $16.63 billion.
  • Intel Corporation : $219.28 billion.
  • Intuit  : $146.26 billion.
  • Intuitive Surgical : $122.55 billion.
  • JD.COM : $111.83 billion.
  • Kla-Tencor Corporation : $53.88 billion.
  • Kraft Heinz : $45.64 billion.
  • Lam Research : $91.27 billion.
  • Lululemon Athletica : $50.94 billion.
  • Marriott International A : $44.65 billion.
  • Marvell Tech RG : $49.56 billion.
  • Match Group : $39.02 billion.
  • Maxim Integrated Products : $26.96 billion.
  • Mercadolibre : $87.28 billion.
  • Microchip Technology Incoporated : $40.97 billion.
  • Micron Technology : $90.3 billion.
  • Microsoft : $2166.77 billion.
  • Moderna RG : $195.55 billion
  • Mondelez International : $86.69 billion.
  • Monster Beverage : $52.05 billion.
  • Netease Inc : $62.03 billion.
  • Netflix : $230.14 billion.
  • NVIDIA : $505.75 billion.
  • NXP Semiconductors : $74.25 billion.
  • O Reilly Automotive : $41.38 billion.
  • OKTA CL A : $35.12 billion
  • Paccar : $27.74 billion.
  • Paychex : $41.45 billion.
  • PayPal Holdings : $326.84 billion.
  • Peloton Intera RG-A : $31.33 billion.
  • Pepsico : $213.33 billion.
  • Pinduoduo SP ADR REP 4 Shares : $116.19 billion.
  • Priceline.Com : $88.6 billion.
  • Qualcomm : $165.73 billion.
  • Regeneron Pharmaceuticals : $64.53 billion.
  • Ross Stores : $43.38 billion.
  • Seagen Inc : $28.93 billion.
  • Sirius XM Radio : $25.32 billion.
  • Skyworks : $30.67 billion.
  • Splunk : $23.66 billion.
  • Starbucks : $139.06 billion.
  • Synopsys : $44.46 billion.
  • Tesla Motors Inc : $706.63 billion.
  • Texas Instruments : $175.83 billion.
  • T-Mobile US Inc : $178.45 billion.
  • Verisign : $23.98 billion.
  • Verisk Analytics Inc : $30.25 billion.
  • Vertex Pharmaceuticals : $51.99 billion.
  • Walgreens Boots Alliance : $41.03 billion.
  • Workday Class A : $44.26 billion.
  • Xcel Ener : $37.22 billion.

 

It should be noted that the Atari Group was also part of the Nasdaq. But it was withdrawn last June. This withdrawal has no major impact on the ranking. However, as you can imagine, Atari Group could eventually reappear in this top ranking if its stock market weight were to increase and reach the minimum quota required.

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