How to trade nas100?
Let me start this blog by explaining what nas100 exactly is.
First, NAS100 should not be confused with the NASDAQ Composite, which is an index composed of all stocks listed on the NASDAQ exchange.
The index is also known as the US Tech 100 because of the tech stocks in the index.
And the financial stocks of the NASDAQ are included in a separate index namely the NASDAQ financial 100.
The start of the NAS100. / How to trade nas100?
Above all he NASDAQ-100 index was launched in 1985 alongside the NASDAQ Financial Index.
So NASDAQ exchange was looking to compete with the much larger and older NYSE and Standard & Poor’s S&P500 index and these new products were the first step on that journey, allowing for the creation of a suite of futures and derivatives markets, further fueling the exchange and index growth.
How to trade?
Many of you who already know me or maybe have been following me for a while know that I am a big fan of trading US30 and the NAS100.
So often you can also see that these pairs make relatively similar movements.
If you are not yet familiar with these pairs, I will definitely recommend that you study them carefully and learn how to trade. Because I am sure that trading these indices will also make you very successful.
And I also explain everything about this in my course.
So in the images that follow below, I will also explain a bit more about trading NAS100.
Above we see the chart of the NAS100.
See how nicely the price moves between the ranges?
And can you see, NAS100 can also be traded perfectly with Supply and Demand?
I mean it looks like it was made for it! haha
We can also see here very well that it does not move very aggressively and can also be very interesting for the novice trader to trade the NAS100.
Now let’s move on to the next image.
See that beautiful artwork above?
Here we can see very clearly how many beautiful and safe entries we could find in a trending market of the NAS100.
So can you see 3 very nice entry points where we could have earned a lot of pips/points?
I mainly trade NAS100 with my fresh Supply and Demand zones.
And I conform my entries with the delta and the footprint charts. (Order Flow Trading).
So i explain all this to you in my course.
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Hello I trade nas100 but I want to perfect my entries. I’ve also been taking your course as well and it definitely helps me alot. I just wanted to know what time frame did you mark your zones on for the images above? And how did you know when to hold the trade based off the zone?
hey tamira, nice to hear that education is helping you and that you are making progress.
the zones on indices are usually based on a m15 m30 and the hourly, it varies but these are the main zones I use combined with the weekly daily highs lows etc.
if you have any questions send me an email.