Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1
QQQ - US stocks
QQQ seeks to track the performance of the NASDAQ-100 Index, containing 100 of the largest non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ, an exchange dominated by companies in the Information Technology, Communication Services, and Consumer Discretionary sectors. QQQ holds a smaller and less diversified selection of stocks than a broad index fund, and may be more volatile.
When QQQ declines in value, we’ll automatically sell it and buy the alternate as part of our tax-loss harvesting strategy.
Fidelity Nasdaq Composite Index ETF
- PriceThe closing price on the previous trading day.
- Risk ratingWe base risk ratings on the volatility, or the size and frequency of price fluctuations, of the investment. Typically, a more volatile investment has a higher risk rating.
- Expense ratioThe percentage of fund assets used to cover operating expenses and management fees.
- 52-week highThe highest share price in the past year.
- 52-week lowThe lowest share price in the past year.
- Dividend yieldThe average percentage of dividends paid relative to the share price over the past year.
- Net assetsThe total value of all assets held by the fund.
- VolumeThe average trading volume over the past 90 days.
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