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QQQ - Nasdaq 100 Trust
An SI Board Since March 1999
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840 98 0 QQQ
Emcee:  M CAHILL Type:  Unmoderated
The 100 largest stocks on the nasdaq, symbol QQQ traded on the AMEX.
Like a mutual fund, but traded like a stock.
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840Hi Tom; Just found this old post of yours, and damm the heatmap still works ! HeJames F. Hopkins-5/16/2006
839Catcher: the 15 largest Weightings in QQQ investorshub.comchichi2-2/1/2004
838Hi Catcher, Here it is in dynamic picture format. Here you can watch throughout OldAIMGuy-12/30/2003
837You'll find the current list of companies, their symbols, and their weight wRick Slemmer-12/29/2003
836Can anyone point me to a link that lists the 100 stocks in qqq? thanks.Catcher-12/29/2003
835Chi2: Nasdaq Chart... Wave 4, the games begin.. investorshub.com chich2, accepchichi2-9/27/2003
834How far down near term?Chilidawgz-6/23/2003
833QQQ momentum has finally turned up, up and away :)Freeflight-1/9/2003
832Well, If deflation does occur, won't just turning on the printing presses tBill Ounce-12/23/2002
831The nominal 40:1 ratio of NDX to QQQ hold up fairly well over time, but it is noDan Duchardt-12/20/2002
830B'rer Bear, Puhlease, Don't throw me in dat Briar Patch.. the 'soft Savant-12/20/2002
829Isn't QQQ ndx-100/40? If so, why is it trading at a discount today? Any ideasandeep-12/20/2002
828Greenspan uses the "D" word: usatoday.com [...] The Bill Ounce-12/20/2002
827Delation-hue and cry increase//CBS-Of bonds, bears and deflation By Peter BrimSavant-12/5/2002
826Deflation is Back In U.S. Business Sector Federal Reserve must act decisiveSavant-12/4/2002
825Here is a quick search. search.msn.com The theme seems to be that low prices seeSavant-11/18/2002
824re: deflation... Not much more than in the past year. Something on the order oBill Ounce-11/18/2002
823Anyone notice the increased usage of the Deflation buzz word? Thoughts? S.Savant-11/12/2002
822Although he pulled a big boner by getting his listeners into the Qs at 80, he stOuter-limits-11/3/2002
821OL, Well if you don't think Brinker gives good advice why bother reading a Beobe-11/3/2002
820I am NOT going to pay for something that has always been free. Brinker was DEAD Outer-limits-11/3/2002
819Ol, If you go to the link I sent in my last you will see an interpretation/summBeobe-11/3/2002
818Nothing to fear, but fear itself. Adapt or die. Two quotes that might be aproposSavant-11/3/2002
817Thanks for the post. Looks like Bob Brinker is getting closer to an outright buyOuter-limits-11/2/2002
816OL, No one knows where the summaries have gone. As usual Bob isn't telling.Beobe-11/2/2002
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