What is ‘Nasdaq National Market Securities – Nasdaq-NM’
The Nasdaq National Market consists of over 3000 companies that have a national or international shareholder base, meet stringent financial requirements and agree to specific corporate governance standards.
Explaining ‘Nasdaq National Market Securities – Nasdaq-NM’
This is what most people are referring to when they talk about the Nasdaq. The larger companies trade on the Nasdaq National Market, while the smaller companies trade on the Nasdaq Small Cap Market.
To list initially, companies are required to have significant net tangible assets or operating income, a minimum public float of 500,000 shares, at least 400 shareholders, and a bid price of at least $5.
Nasdaq National Market Securities (nasdaq Nm) FAQ
What is the difference between the Nasdaq Capital Market and Nasdaq Global Market?
Is Nasdaq a national securities exchange?
What trades on the Nasdaq?
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Who trades on Nasdaq?
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- Sticky prices: IPO pricing on Nasdaq and the Neuer Markt – papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
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- Demythologizing the Stock Exchange: Reconciling Self-Regulation and the National Market System – heinonline.org [PDF]