The table below lists the current & historical P/E (TTM) ratio & CAPE ratio of the NASDAQ-100 index. The current (12/31/2020) trailing price-to-earnings ratio of the index is 39.46. NASDAQ-100 tracks the performance of the 100 largest non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq stock market. The largest constituents are Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Amazon.com Inc, Tesla Inc, Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc (Alphabet has two share lines part of the index, GOOGL & GOOG).
[NASDAQ 100 Index] – P/E (TTM) & CAPE Ratio
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How the P/E ratio is calculated?
The price-to-earnings ratio for the index is calculated by dividing the total market capitalization of all index companies by the sum of trailing 12-month net income of the companies. Also companies with negative trailing earnings are included in the calculation. This means that the P/E calculated by us is higher than for example the P/E ratio that iShares (BlackRock) is publishing for their CNDX NASDAQ 100 ETF. We believe that our calculating method provides a better view of the current index valuation than just calculating the average of P/E ratio of the individual index companies.