NASDAQ-one Hundred Investor's Guide 2001-2002

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New York Institute of Finance, 2001 - Stock price forecasting - 294 pages
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The Nasdaq-100 Investor's Guide 2001-02 is the first book ever devoted exclusively to the companies and stocks in the world's best-performing market index. The Nasdaq-100 contains 100 of the largest non-financial companies traded on the Nasdaq exchange. It was the top-performing U.S. market index throughout the 1990s, with only one down year.

In addition to giving readers an overview of this popular index, Nasdaq-100 Investor's Guide 2001-02 includes profiles of each stock -- from Amazon.com to Yahoo! -- complete with graphs and charts supplied by well-known data provider Baseline. Plus, Michael P. Byrum, portfolio of the Rydex OTC Fund, offers in-depth analysis of his 25 handpicked favorite stocks from the index for the year ahead.

Packed with timely, insider facts, Nasdaq-100 Investor's Guide 2001-02 provides an unparalleled overview of this fast-moving index, including how it evolved, how it is compiled, and how to effectively profit from it. Investors with an eye on today's hottest market are sure to take notice of this indispensable, first in its class resource.

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Contents

Introduction to the Nasdaq1 OO
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How to Use This Book
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Byrums Tap 25 far SOOl 2002
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Michael P Byrum

is chairman of the investment strategy committee at the Rydex Funds. He manages the Rydex OTC fund, which is designed to track the performance of the Nasdaq-100 Index. He has been featured in many financial publications, icluding The Wall Street Journal.

John L Jacobs is a senior vice president of The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc.

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