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About E-mini NASDAQ-100 Futures

In 1999, CME® E-mini™ NASDAQ-100® futures were offered- a smaller version of the CME NASDAQ-100 futures contract. At one-fifth the size of the CME® NASDAQ-100 futures contracts, these exciting versatile contracts are affordable for nearly all investors and provide distinct opportunities for market exposure and risk management, virtually 24 hours a day. Stocks in the underlying NASDAQ-100 Index include the 100 largest domestic, non-financial common stocks listed on The Nasdaq Stock Market based on a modified market capitalization. This Index reflects growth companies across major industry groups including computer hardware and software, tele-communications, retail/wholesale trade, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology. Unlike many other index contracts that CME trades, the NASDAQ-100 Index does not contain financial companies including investment companies. For a complete listing of current stocks in the NASDAQ-100 Index, visit CME E-mini NASDAQ-100 futures list the nearest two months in the March quarterly cycle. The futures contract size is calculated at $20 times the vlaue of the NASDAQ-100 Index, and has a tick value of .50 index points, or $50.

What is a CME E-mini NASDAQ-100 Futures Contract Worth?

Index value x $20 = One CME E-mini NASDAQ-100 futures contract value. For example, if the NASDAQ-100 Index is trading at 4000, multiply that by $20. Therefore, 1500 x $20 = $80,000. If you buy one CME E-mini NASDAQ-100 futures contract at NDX 4000, you are trading an instrument valued at $80,000.

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