Top 10 World's Largest
Top 10 World's Largest Companies by Market Capitalization 1993 - 2020
This bar chart show publicly traded companies with the greatest market capitalization.
Market capitalization is calculated from the share price multiplied by the number of outstanding shares. Figures are converted into USD millions to allow for comparison.
Data source: Financial Times Global 500
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List of companies featuring in this visualization in no particular order:
Bank of America
China Constr. Bank
Johnson & Johnson
Procter & Gamble
Royal Dutch Shell
Biggest companies by market value
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Corning is a picks and
Corning is a picks and shovels business for the 5G trend, the autonomous driving trend with more screens in the car where you don't focus on driving any more but on entertaining and also on other glass uses like vaccines.
It is also a fundamentally sound business that has survived many crises. it is however a cyclical business with high capital investments needed to always stay at the forefront of technology with high initial margins that decline fast as the competition ramps up.
Nevertheless a stock to watch and perhaps nail the upturn when the huge buybacks will be reinstated. The company returned $20 billion to shareholders in the past where the current market cap is $19 billion. I will be following and covering the company in the future and then compare to other investing opportunities out there. Perhaps you wish to follow it too and I hope you like the analysis.
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High capex intensity - declining margins and low FCF and ROIC.
Never heard about it... Very interesting!
Interesting presentation Sven, as always. However, you seem to be enthusiastic about stock buybacks, but to me this looks like a scam. Why issue shares if you are going to buy them back later? Better issue less shares to start with! Also, those buybacks drive up the stock price while the underlying fundamentals aren't improving, so they make a company look better than it actually is. Aren't buybacks a warning sign to the investor, rather than something to cheer about? Especially because the money spent on buying back shares can't be used to expand the business.
I love your stock videos, I actually bought some GLW a few weeks ago. I'm really interested on what you think of the CME group, It's 18% below its 52 week highs, It has an economic moat but I haven't found anyone on YouTube discussing the stock. Would you consider doing a video on CME? Thanks