Market outlook

Innovation loves company

Person pictured holding a sparkler in celebration. Invesco QQQ congratulates and welcomes the newest additions to the Nasdaq-100 Index.

On Friday, December 9th, Nasdaq announced the constituent changes for both the Nasdaq-100 Index and Nasdaq Next Generation index which will became effective before market open on Monday, December 19th. Invesco’s QQQ Trust (QQQ) also reflected these changes before the open on the 19th.

We would like to congratulate and welcome the six newest additions to the one of the world’s most distinguished large-cap growth Indexes, the Nasdaq-100.

2022 reconstitution additions to the Nasdaq-100

Baker Hughes Company (BKR). The Houston, TX based energy technology company joins the Nasdaq 100 Index after changing its listing to the Nasdaq Exchange from the New York Stock Exchange in December 2021. The company operates in YTD performance (12/31/21 – 12/12/22): -21.27% 

CoStar Group, Inc. (CSGP). A leader in commercial real estate analytics, the company re-enters the Nasdaq 100 Index after being deleted from the Index in 2020. CoStar Group is a graduate of the Nasdaq Next Generation Index. YTD performance (12/31/21 – 12/12/22): +21.14% 

Diamondback Energy, Inc. (FANG). The second graduate of the Nasdaq Next Generation Index, Diamondback Energy is an oil & gas exploration company that focuses on the Permian Basin in West Texas. YTD performance (12/31/21 – 12/12/22): +2.27% 

GlobalFoundaries, Inc. (GFS). The semiconductor design and manufacturing company is eligible for the Nasdaq 100 Index after listing on Nasdaq in October 2021. The company manufactures a wide range of products in conjunction with its customer base of over 200 chip companies. YTD performance (12/31/21 – 12/12/22): +7.27% 

Rivian Automotive, Inc. (RIVN).  The Irvine, CA based electric vehicle manufacturer enters the Nasdaq 100 Index after it listed on the Nasdaq Exchange in November 2021. is Rivian’s largest shareholder, with a stake of over 17% in the company. YTD performance (12/31/21 – 12/12/22): -44.96% 

Warner Brothers Discovery, Inc. (WBD). In April 2022 WarnerMedia was spun off from its parent company and merged with Discovery Inc. Discovery Communications as a standalone company was previously a member of the Nasdaq 100 Index from 2012 – 2017. YTD performance (12/31/21 – 12/12/22): -55.80%

How to invest in QQQ

Select the option that best describes you, or view the QQQ Product Details to take a deeper dive.

success failure

Access innovation

Sign up to learn more about Invesco QQQ. You’ll receive regular performance updates and insights.

Access innovation

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

When you interact with us, we may collect information about you which constitutes personal data under applicable laws and regulations. Our privacy notice explains how we use and protect your personal data.

Sign up for the Innovation Newsletter
Learn more about the potential advantages of Invesco QQQ.