When trading the NASDAQ (NAS100) index, it is important to understand how to count pips. You will learn all this today in this article. Let’s get started!

A pip in Forex focuses on the smallest unit price change of a currency pair, although this does not include fractional pips (pipettes).

In most cases, one pip is 0.0001 or 1/100. With a one percent change, you experience a one pip change. However, the Japanese yen only uses two decimal places, so one pip is 0.01. The same is true when trading metals.

So if you have the EUR/USD currency pair, a one pip change would be if it moved from 1.0924 to 1.0925. If your broker uses five digit prices, one pip change will be 1.09255 to 1.09265. A half pip move appears as 1.09255 to 1.09260.

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**Before you can calculate the number of pips for the NASDAQ, you need to understand that a price difference of 0.1 equals one pip**. Look at the fourth number after the decimal point.

If you have EUR/USD at 1.0925 and want to measure five pips, you would have to wait for the number to move to 1.0930.

In most cases, you need to know the exchange rate between currency pairs for this to work. Determine the pip value. For example, if one pip is $0.1, there are 10 pips for every $1 move between pairs.

**It is important to understand that one pip is a price difference of 0.1 on NAS100. So if you see a price of 13,800.00 and it goes up to 13,800.10, that’s a one pip difference**. If you were to add 20 pips to 13800.00 you would see 13802.00.

However, when using other base currencies such as AUD or GBP, pip values differ based on, for example, the current market rate of AUD/USD and GBP/USD. Therefore, you must use this conversion formula:

- The pip value is equal to one pip divided by the exchange rate and then multiplied by the lot size.

If the market rate for EUR/USD is 1.21580 and you have a lot size of 10,000, you divide 0.0001 by 1.21580 and multiply by 10,000 to get 0.8225 EUR.

Overall, counting and counting pips are the same for Forex trading. In general, it is best to use a pip value calculator. You enter the instrument (NASDAQ, Dow Jones, etc.), how many pips you want, the deposit currency, and the trade size. The calculator usually fills in the current price of the deposit currency, so you simply click a button to learn more about it.

**Note that there is a 0.1 pip price difference with the NAS100. Therefore, the price gain from 25,000.00 to 25,000.10 is one pip**. If you wish to add 15 pips to this price of 25,000.00, you will get 25,001.50.

This also changes depending on the exchange rate. For example, the price of gold is 23.02397, so one pip per unit of gold would be 0.000434.

Most people think it’s confusing to count pips on the NAS100, and it can be. However, this article has explained everything so you know what to do and when to do it. It is usually best to use a pip calculator to determine your pip value. The process is easy and automated so there is less room for error.

**How many pips are in NAS100?**

The NAS100 offers a target spread of 1.5 pips per point. Traditionally, the pip value for one unit of $100 is $0.01, which is the same as the pip size. So if the price on the NAS100 is 1.23, the number three means three pips.

**How do you calculate NASDAQ Pips?**

When calculating the number of pips for NASDAQ, you need to understand that one pip is a price difference of 0.1. Therefore price gain on NAS100 is 13800.10 from 13800.00 one pip difference. Adding 20 pips to the price of 13800.00 gives you 13802.00. If you are trading one lot size, the pip is $0.1, but if it is a mini lot size, the pip price is $0.01, etc.

**How much is a pip on NASDAQ?**

One pip equals 0.0001, so one unit of NAS100 is $0.01. In a sense, you have to look at the last digit (fourth after the decimal point) to see the current pip. A one pip change would look like this: 1.2345 to 1.2346.