In 1992, Nasdaq joined with the London Stock Exchange to form the first intercontinental link between financial markets. Six years later, the Nasdaq exchange was the first in the world to create its own website and begin trading securities online. This cutting-edge model has historically attracted high-tech, growth-oriented companies, including Apple, Amazon, Tesla, and Microsoft, resulting in a volatile but often high-return market.
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2022: -.019% (SP500 -18.01%)
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