3 Stocks That Could Shake The NASDAQ-100 In 2021 And Beyond

Welcome to another week of trading. Today, we’re going to take a look at the NASDAQ-100 and pick out some of the stocks that might make it soar in 2021! Might… don’t make us call compliance!

What is the NASDAQ-100?

Since its formation in 1985, the NASDAQ-100, sometimes called the US Tech 100, has been one of the most followed stock indexes on the planet. It had a market cap of $9.8 trillion in 2019, which makes it larger than the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($8.33 trillion), and considerably bigger than the FTSE 100, DAX30 and EURO STOXX 50.

Top NASDAQ stocks to watch, 2021

Let’s take a peek at some of the stocks that might rock the NASDAQ-100 in 2021 and help push that market cap up even higher.

Micron Technology, Inc. (MU)

Micron produces computer memory and data storage hardware, including dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) chips — you know, the thing that makes your computer or smartphone do things reeeally fast.

Adobe Inc. (ADBE)

This one needs less of an introduction. Adobe’s products have been world renowned since the company was formed way back in 1982.

Intuit, Inc. (INTU)

Intuit is a company that specialises in writing financial software. We’re going to level with you, because of the nature of its product offering, the California-based techie is, quite possibly, one of the dullest stocks on the NASDAQ-100. However…

What’s going on this week?

There’s a good smattering of things going on this week, and some very important events toward the end of it. We highly recommend keeping an eye on the following events.

Monday 1st March

● USD — Markit Manufacturing PMI Final (FEB) + ISM Manufacturing PMI (FEB)

Tuesday 2nd March

● AUD — RBA Interest Rate Decision

Wednesday 3rd March

● AUD — GDP Growth Rate YoY (Q4)

Thursday 4th March

● No major events are planned.

Friday 5th March

● CAD — Balance of Trade (JAN)

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