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Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 69% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading spread bets and CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how spread bets and CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ

How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ

The NASDAQ is one of the most famous indices in the world and boasts companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Tesla. Learn the different ways to get exposure to the NASDAQ via our US Tech 100 offering.

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If you’d like to trade or invest in the US Tech 100, follow these three steps, or read our full guide below. You can’t get direct exposure to the NASDAQ with us:

1. Decide whether you want to trade or invest

Choose between trading or investing in ETFs and individual shares, or trading on the US Tech100’s value.

2. Create a trading plan

Before taking a position on the US Tech 100, you'll need to decide whether you're a short- or long-term trader – and how you're going to manage your risk.

3. Open a live account

Then, open and fund any or all of the following accounts – spread betting, CFD trading and share dealing - fill in our application form.

Trade the US Tech 100 price directly

Trade the performance of USA’s largest domestic and international companies from a single position. You can trade the US Tech 100’s price directly on our platform. It’s more liquid than trading it in other ways and you can trade 24 hours a day, Monday to Friday.

You can trade the US Tech 100 on leverage using spread bets or CFDs, without having to own any actual shares. Instead, you’ll put down a deposit to open a larger position, with profits and losses calculated on the full position size. This means your profits and losses can significantly outweigh your margin amount, so ensure you use risk management tools (like stop orders) when trading.

You can go long if you think the price will rise or short if you think the price will fall.

Spread bets and CFDs are commission-free when you trade the US Tech 100, as charges are in the spread.

Trade or invest in NASDAQ-related ETFs

Gain broad exposure to the entire NASDAQ 100 by trading or investing in a NASDAQ-tracking ETF. This means you won’t trade on the current price of the underlying index, but rather the ETF’s price, calculated on its net asset value (NAV).

Investing in NASDAQ-linked ETFs is how many longer-term investors get exposure to the entire index. You can do this with share dealing. Here, you’d buy upfront, based on the full value of the ETF, and hold until you want to sell.

You could also trade NASDAQ-linked ETFs on leverage with spread betting or CFDs, but bear in mind this offers lower liquidity and higher spreads than trading the index directly. Leveraged trades mean you can go long or short on NASDAQ-tracking ETFs. However, total profits or losses can significantly outweigh your margin amount, as both are based on the total position size.

Trade or invest in NASDAQ-listed shares

With us, you can also trade or invest in the actual stocks included in the NASDAQ.

Target specific NASDAQ-listed stocks like Facebook, Tesla or Alphabet, without gaining exposure to the entire US Tech 100. With this option, you choose your own NASDAQ constituents based on your personal trading strategy.

Invest in NASDAQ-listed shares with zero commission charges on our share dealing platform and own actual NASDAQ company shares outright.1

You can also trade NASDAQ-listed companies without having to take ownership of shares, using spread bets or CFDs. These are leveraged trades, so you can go long or short.

Spread bets are commission-free as charges are in the spread, while share CFDs attract a minimum commission of $15.

Trading the US Tech 100 price directly Trading or investing in a NASDAQ-related ETF Trading or investing in NASDAQ-linked shares
Account types Spread betting or CFD trading account. Spread betting or CFD trading account to trade or a share dealing account to invest. Spread betting or CFD trading account to trade or a share dealing account to invest.
Market hours 24 hours a day, Monday to Thursday and until 10pm Friday (UK time). If the ETF is UK-listed, when the LSE is open – 8am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (UK time). When the NASDAQ is open in the US – 2.30pm to 9pm, Monday to Friday (UK time).
Timeframe Short to medium term. Short to medium term for trading and long term for investing. Short to medium term for trading and long term for investing.
Liquidity and execution 0.014 second execution speed and unique deep liquidity. Higher liquidity offered by trading the index directly. Higher liquidity offered by trading the index directly.
Costs Commission-free, spreads from just 1 point (for spread bets).
Trading the US Tech 100 on the spot (cash) incurs overnight fees, but index futures don’t incur these fees.
Invest in UK-listed NASDAQ-tracking ETFs from £3 commission per trade with share dealing.1 Commission-free for spread betting, with a commission charge of £10 for CFDs.
Spreads from just 0.1% for spread bets. Cash (spot) ETF trades incur overnight fees, but none for ETF forwards.
Invest in US shares from £0 commission per trade with share dealing.1 Spreads from 1 point for spread betting, minimum $15 commission for share CFD trades.
Cash (spot) trading incurs overnight fees, but none for share forwards.

Create your trading or investing account

There are different types of accounts you can open to take a position on the US Tech 100: spread betting or CFD trading accounts, or a share dealing account. You can open and fund one, two or even all three.

Spread betting and CFD trading Share dealing
Speculate on the price of the index, shares and ETFs rising or falling Buy and sell underlying shares and ETFs
Leverage your exposure – you’ll only pay a deposit to get exposure to the full position size Pay the full value of the shares or ETFs you buy upfront
Leverage means both profit and loss will still be magnified to value of the full trade – so you could gain or lose money faster than you’d expect You may get back less than you put in because the value of shares and ETF can fall as well as rise
Trade tax-free with spread bets and offset losses with CFDs3 Invest tax-free with a stocks and shares ISA3
Take shorter-term positions Focus on longer-term growth
You can look to hedge your portfolio when trading Build a diversified portfolio
Trade without owning the underlying asset Take ownership of the underlying asset
No shareholder privileges Gain voting rights and dividends (if paid)

Learn what moves the US Tech 100’s price

The key to making a profit on the US Tech 100 is knowing the right moment to open and close a position. For this, you need to have a good understanding of the index itself – including what drives its price up or down.

Some of the main factors that affect the US Tech 100’s price include:

  • The strength of the US dollar
  • Economic events
  • News releases
  • Individual NASDAQ companies’ share prices
  • Earnings reports of those companies

Ultimately, if the above cause rises in NASDAQ-listed company share prices – particularly larger companies like Microsoft, Amazon or Apple – the US Tech 100’s price will climb. If the companies’ share prices by and large fall, so will the US Tech 100.

Hone your trading strategies

Once you understand what moves the US Tech 100 and you’ve created your account, it’s time to perfect your trading or investing strategy.

Here are six things you can do to up your game on the US Tech 100:

  • Find the best trading style for you: do you want to buy and hold over the long term? Or rather trade specific market events in the space of hours and minutes, not days? Understanding whether you are a short term, medium term or longer-term trader will determine your best trading strategy. Some of these are scalping, day trading, swing trading and position trading
  • Use technical analysis and indicators: trading or investing to cash in on market sentiment and trends is the key to profits, but how do you spot them? Trading indicators and technical analysis are vital, as they can help to identify tell-tale signals and trends within the market, so you can strategise accordingly
  • Look for trading signals: another thing that can help you determine current trends are trading signals with momentum indicators such as the stochastic oscillator or relative strength index (RSI)
  • Study charts and price action: studying price charts and price action, both recent and older, can help you recognise patterns to determine current market sentiment and help you spot lucrative trends to trade when they appear
  • Set trading alerts: of course, no one can watch the market all the time, which is why we give our clients access to trading alerts. Input your chosen alerts when opening a position and you’ll be notified once your alerts are triggered by email, SMS or push notification
  • Follow industry news: significant macroeconomic news will affect the NASDAQ index price, as will company and sector news that affect share prices. So, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on breaking news. To help you, we have a current news feed on the trading platform that is updated in real time, as well as our news and trade ideas page of articles analysing the latest, most relevant market news

Open your first trading or investing position

How you’ll go about this depends on the type of account you’ve chosen to open:

Spread betting on the US Tech 100

With spread betting, you won’t own any assets outright. Instead, you’ll speculate on whether the price of the US Tech 100 index, NASDAQ-listed stocks, or NASDAQ-related ETFs will rise or fall.

You’ll bet per point of the market’s movement, making a profit or loss based on whether your prediction is correct. So, if you go long and bet £10 per point that the US Tech 100sprice will go up, you stand to gain £500 if the index price moves up by about 50 points (depending on the its current price – so here that’s £10 per point x 50 points) and lose £500 if the index price goes down 50 points instead.

Spread betting on the US Tech 100: cash indices

You can spread bet on the current price of the US Tech 100 with the cash (spot) price.

It’s best suited to short term traders, as cash/spot trading does incur overnight funding charges if you leave a position open after 10pm (UK time).

Our cash prices for the US Tech 100 are based off our future’s price with a fair value adjustment to get to a spot price as close to the real-time cash price of the index as possible. Spot trading (known as cash trading in our platform) is best done during the index’s normal market hours. The index’s hours are based on the New York Stock Exchange’s regular hours, which are 2.30pm to 9pm, Monday to Friday (UK time).

However, we also offer out-of-hours trading – in fact, we offer more hours than any other trading platform in the UK. This means you can get 24/7 pricing on the US Tech 100 – useful for the very different time zones to the UK.

To open a position, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the spread betting platform and:
  2. Navigate to the 'US Tech 100', under ‘Indices’
  3. Select ‘Cash’ instead of ‘Futures’ to trade
  4. Decide whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose the size of your position per point
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open the position
NASDAQ: spread betting on cash indices

Spread betting on the US Tech 100: index futures

If you’re more of a medium- to long-term trader, you can also trade US Tech 100 futures with us.

With index futures, you’ll agree to trade the US Tech 100 at a specific price on a set date in the future. While futures contracts have wider spreads, you won’t incur any overnight fees, so you can leave your position open until the contract’s expiry date. Your position will be closed once the contract expires, and you’ll take a profit or loss based on the outcome of the trade.

NASDAQ trading example

Spread betting on US Tech 100 futures is commission-free, we charge just our spread for index futures.

Here’s how to open a futures position on the US Tech 100:

  1. Go to the spread betting platform
  2. Select the 'US Tech 100' under ‘Indices’
  3. Choose ‘Futures’ instead of ‘Cash’ to trade and select your preferred date range
  4. Decide whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose the size of your position per point
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open the position
How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ: spread betting futures

Spread betting on the US Tech 100: options

With us, you can also trade the US Tech100 options, which give you the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell the options contract before a predetermined expiry date.

When you trade options by spread betting on our platform, you’ll be speculating on the US Tech 100’s price and if it moves beyond a certain price within the timeframe of before your expiry date is reached.

Bear in mind that, when spread betting options, you’ll only risk as much as the premium you pay when opening your trade. However, there is potentially unlimited risk when selling options, as there’s no cap to how much market prices can rise. For this reason, options trading is often only recommended for experienced traders.

How to open an options position via spread betting:

  1. Go to the spread betting platform
  2. Click on ‘Options’ instead of ‘Indices’
  3. Choose ‘Indices’ as your asset class and select the 'US Tech 100'
  4. Decide on your preferred maturity date range – daily, weekly or monthly
  5. Select a call or put option, and whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  6. Choose the size of your position
  7. Set yours stops and limits
  8. Click ‘place deal’ to open the position
How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ: spread betting options

Spread betting on the US Tech 100: ETFs

You can also spread bet using exchange traded funds (ETFs), investment instruments that track the performance of a range of NASDAQ-listed stocks. In this way, ETFs can be useful for getting broad exposure in a single trade.

Spread betting on ETFs is commission-free, with spreads from as low as 0.1%. Spread betting ETFs on spot (cash) prices will incur an overnight funding fee, but trading ETFs on forwards markets has no overnight funding charges.

Here’s how to open a NASDAQ-linked ETF position:

  1. Go to the spread betting platform
  2. Select ‘ETFs’ instead of ‘Indices’
  3. Click on your chosen ETF, for example the 'iShares NASDAQ 100 UCITS ETF'
  4. Choose whether you want to trade ETFs with 'Cash' or 'Forwards'
  5. Decide whether to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  6. Choose the size of your position per point
  7. Set yours stops and limits
  8. Click ‘place deal’ to open your position

How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ: spread betting on ETFs

Spread betting on the US Tech 100: shares

If you have a particular NASDAQ-listed company in mind, you can spread bet on these shares directly.

Unlike owning the shares of a NASDAQ-listed company outright, spread betting on NASDAQ constituents’ shares enables you to go long or short, so you can adjust your strategy depending on what the market’s doing.

As spread betting is leveraged, you won’t own the shares outright but will instead speculate on the share price. Leveraged trading means you pay an upfront deposit to open your trade, which is fraction of the cost you’d buy NASDAQ-listed company shares outright. Bear in mind, though, that profits and losses will be calculated based on your total position size, not the margin amount.

You’ll never pay commission on share spread bets. You’ll also get low spreads with cash shares, but will incur an overnight funding fee on any positions left open after 10pm (UK time). Spread betting share forwards, meanwhile, is completely free of all overnight funding and commission–the only charge is the spread (which is slightly wider than spot price spreads).

To open a shares position, simply go to the spread betting platform and:

  1. Select ‘Shares’ instead of 'Indices' or 'ETFs'
  2. Click on your chosen company, for example Tesla
  3. Choose whether you want to trade on the spot (cash) or using forwards
  4. Decide whether to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose the size of your position per point
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open your position
How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ: spread betting on shares

You can also invest in NASDAQ-listed company shares outright with share dealing. Read on for more details.

Trading CFDs on the US Tech 100

When trading contracts for difference (CFDs) on the US Tech 100, you’re entering into a contractual agreement to speculate on the price of the index, share prices of the companies listed on the NASDAQ, or ETFs that track the performance of the NASDAQ. The amount by which the price of what you’re trading rises or falls (the price difference between your opening and closing position) determines your profit or loss.

Trading CFDs on the US Tech 100: cash indices

One way to trade the US Tech 100 is by using CFDs on the spot (cash) price.

Trading the spot price means you get the closer pricing to the real-time US Tech 100 than you would with futures, as prices are based off our future’s price with a fair value adjustment to get as close to the real-time cash price as possible, plus there are low spreads and no commissions charged on indices.

As spot trading does come with overnight funding fees if you leave a position open overnight, this form of trading is best suited to short- and medium-term strategies.

To open a US Tech 100 spot position:

  1. Go to the CFD trading platform
  2. Select the 'US Tech 100' under ‘Indices’
  3. Choose ‘Futures’ instead of ‘Cash’ to trade and select your preferred date range
  4. Decide whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose your deal size in terms of number of contracts
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open your position

Trading CFDs on the US Tech 100: options

With options you have the right, but not the obligation, to exercise the contract on or before its expiry date. When you trade options via CFDs, you’ll pay an initial deposit (called premium) to open a larger position. You’ll then speculate on the option’s premium for a profit or loss – but note that both can significantly outweigh your deposit amount. This is because profits and losses are calculated on the full position size, not the premium amount, so ensure you trade wisely.

Remember, buying options is limited risk as you’ll only jeopardise your paid margin. But selling options is technically unlimited risk, as there’s no restriction to how much a market’s price can rise.

How to open a CFD options position on the US Tech 100:

  1. Go to the spread betting platform
  2. Click on ‘Options’ instead of ‘Indices’
  3. Choose ‘Indices’ as your asset class and select the 'US Tech 100'
  4. Decide on your preferred maturity date range – daily, weekly or monthly
  5. Select a call or put option, and whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  6. Choose the size of your position
  7. Set yours stops and limits
  8. Click ‘place deal’ to open the position
How to trade or invest in the NASDAQ: trading CFD options

Trading CFDs on the US Tech 100: index futures

When you trade US Tech 100 futures with us, you won’t pay additional overnight funding charges or commission, as the cost is built into the spread. This is why futures have wider spreads than spot positions.

Trading index futures via CFDs means you’re agreeing to trade the US Tech 100 at a specific price and set date in the future.

How to open a futures position on the US Tech 100:

  1. Go to the CFD trading platform
  2. Select the 'US Tech' 100 under ‘Indices’
  3. Choose ‘Futures’ instead of ‘Cash’ to trade and select your preferred date range
  4. Decide whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose your deal size in terms of number of contracts
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open your position
NASDAQ: CFD on index futures

Trading CFDs on the US Tech 100: ETFs

If you want to gain exposure to a broad range of NASDAQ-listed shares all in one place, you can trade ETFs derived from the index. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are investment instruments that track the performance of a range of NASDAQ-listed stocks, to give you variety with very low commissions.

ETF commissions start from just 0.1% on each side of a CFD trade, with a minimum fee of £10 for online orders. Just bear in mind that you’ll be trading on the cash (spot) price with ETFs, so there are funding charges you could incur if you leave your position open overnight.

To open a NASDAQ-linked ETF position:

  1. Go to the CFD trading platform
  2. Select ‘ETFs’ instead of ‘Indices’
  3. Click on your chosen ETF, for example the 'iShares NASDAQ 100 UCITS'
  4. Decide whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose your deal size in terms of number of contracts
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open your position
NASDAQ: CFD on ETFs

Trading CFDs on the US Tech 100: shares

Those who don’t want broad exposure, but rather have their eye on a particular NASDAQ-listed company, might want to try CFD trading.

With CFD trading, you won’t own company shares outright. Unlike owning company shares, which means you can only make a profit if the share price goes up, you can go long or short.

While owning shares means paying the full share price upfront, CFD trading is leveraged. This means you’ll pay only a small deposit amount (called margin) to open a larger position.

However, as profits and losses will be calculated based on your total position size, these can substantially outweigh your margin amount, so ensure you always trade within your means.

CFD share trading enjoys very low spreads, as we charge no spread on our side with you only having to pay the underlying spread price, and a minimum commission charge of $15.

To open a shares position, simply go to the CFD trading platform and:

  1. Select ‘Shares’
  2. Click on your chosen company, for example Tesla
  3. Choose whether you want to trade shares on the spot or using futures
  4. Decide whether you want to buy (go long) or sell (go short)
  5. Choose your deal size in terms of number of contracts
  6. Set yours stops and limits
  7. Click ‘place deal’ to open your position
NASDAQ: CFD on shares

Investing in the US Tech 100 with share dealing

Want to own funds tracking the NASDAQ, or actual shares of a company listed on the NASDAQ? Then you may want to invest using our share dealing platform.

Share dealing is the outright purchasing of ETFs or company shares, in this case related to the NASDAQ, with the intention of making a profit or earning income from dividends, provided the company pays them.

When you invest in shares or ETFs this way, you’ll pay the full value of the share price upfront, with no leverage. This means you’re not at risk of your losses or profits outweighing the amount you put in. Instead, you’ll make a profit if the share price rises, or none if it falls.

Buying NASDAQ-tracking ETFs with share dealing

If as an investor you want to gain exposure to the whole NASDAQ, rather than just one stock, you could buy NASDAQ-linked ETFs.

Because this is a form of investing, NASDAQ-tracking ETFs are best suited to medium-and longer-term positions or a ‘buy and hold’ strategy.

When investing in NASDAQ-linked ETFs with us in the UK, look out for NASDAQ-tracking ETFs with ‘UCITS’ in the name. This means they are fully regulated to be traded in the UK. You’ll pay a commission as low as £3 per trade if you opened three or more positions in the previous month,1 with a standard rate otherwise of £8.2

Incremental growth of NASDAQ ETFs investment from 2015 to 2021

Buying NASDAQ-listed shares with share dealing

If you’re interested in specific NASDAQ-listed company stocks rather than a broad-range ETF, you can buy shares on our share dealing platform.

This means you won’t get exposure to the entire US Tech 100, but does mean that you can choose the stocks most closely aligned to your individual trading strategy.

Investing in a managed portfolio

Not sure where to start? Or perhaps you just want things managed for you by a professional? You can also invest in the US Tech 100 by means of a managed portfolio with us.

With managed portfolios, we create a bespoke collection of stocks and funds for you according to your individual needs and goals. A managed portfolio invests on your behalf, including into the US Tech 100, and takes care of the details so you don’t have to. You’ll pay a 0.72% establishment fee on your first £50,000 and 0.22% thereafter.

Our actively managed portfolios are called IG Smart Portfolios, which combine low costs with innovative technology for an actively managed solution that’s as cost-effective as it is tailored to your needs. Powered by BlackRock asset allocation, Smart Portfolios have no additional set up or exit fees and can be started with just £500.

FAQs

What are the ways you can trade or invest in the NASDAQ?

With us, you can get exposure to the NASDAQ via our US Tech 100 index. You can open a spread betting or CFD trading account to trade the US Tech100 price directly, or NASDAQ-listed stocks and NASDAQ-linked ETFs. You can also trade the US Tech 100 via options, on the cash (spot) price or via futures. Alternatively, if you’d prefer to invest, you can open a share dealing account with us and buy NASDAQ-listed companies’ stocks outright or invest in a NASDAQ-tracking ETF.

What are the stocks on the NASDAQ?

The NASDAQ is comprised of the 100 biggest companies (or 102 biggest securities, if you want to get technical) trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange in the United States. These include household names like Google’s Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and Tesla.

How do companies join the NASDAQ?

The NASDAQ is a capitalisation-weighted index. This means that, if a company is listed exclusively on the NASDAQ, it is weighed by size (market cap) and the 100 biggest companies by market cap on the NASDAQ exchange are included in the NASDAQ automatically.

Each year, the NASDAQ is reranked in this way. So, all a company needs to do to ‘join’ the NASDAQ list to be one of the 100 biggest companies listed on the exchange in that year.

Note that these must be non-financial companies, as insurers, banks and other financial firms are included in a separate index – the NASDAQ Financial 100.

What are the NASDAQ’s trading hours?

The normal market hours for the NASDAQ are 9.30am to 4pm EST (Eastern Standard Time), which is 2.30pm to 9pm (UK time), Monday to Friday. However, with us, you can trade the US Tech 100 index 24 hours a day, from Monday to Friday, to best take advantage of significant market events that may not keep office hours, like earnings season.

How is the US Tech 100 price calculated?

The US Tech 100’s price is based on the price of the underlying – the NASDAQ. The NASDAQ price is determined by a host of factors, most importantly its constituent companies’ latest share prices.

The constituent companies are the 100 largest non-financial companies (for example, not banks) on the NASDAQ stock exchange by market capitalisation. This, plus other factors, are calculated into an average value for the stock exchange.

The NASDAQ is a modified capitalisation-weighted index. This means that not all NASDAQ stocks have equal weighting but, rather, the largest stocks will contribute a higher percentage to the total aggregate. So, if Apple’s share price goes up significantly and Apple is one of the largest stocks by market cap on the NASDAQ, the index’s price will most likely go up too.

1 Trade in your share dealing account three or more times in the previous month to qualify for our best commission rates. Please note published rates are valid up to £25,000 notional value.
2 See our full list of share dealing charges and fees.