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    1. Traders love following the USD TECH 100 index because it offers exposure to substantial market price action and day-to-day fluctuation. The USD TECH 100 today is known for its volume and volatility compared to the other major indices, and is protected by the safety of strict US regulation, oversight and federal exchange rules. 2. Those who believe that the US economic policies are heading for increased growth should consider investing in USD TECH 100.
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US100, also known as the NASDAQ-100 Index (NDX), represents the performance of 100 equity securities issued by the leading non-financial securities actively traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market.The index is calculated according to a capitalisation-weighted method. It includes both the domestic and foreign securities of leading companies in a variety of industry sectors: IT, telecommunications, retail, biotechnology, media, etc. Because of this it is often called the US Tech 100, however in recent years the index has been diversified, although tech companies remain heavily featured.

1. History has proven that this index is heavily influenced by political events and technology. USD TECH 100 has had its highs and lows. One of the most recent lows was the recession in the American economy of the early and late 2000s, the effects of the attacks on the twin towers on 11 September 2001 and the ensuing war in Afghanistan, causing the index to take a dive below 900 points. So investors need to be mindful of this when they invest. 2. One thing to keep an eye on is the relation of this index with the other two, Dow Jones and S&P 500, it tends to move in the same direction. But not always, since the Nasdaq is composed by individual companies, it is sometimes possible for it to move in the opposite direction in certain circumstances such as Earning Reports season. If the general movement of the index is downwards but then a blue chip company releases impressive earnings, it could lift the overall index.