50 Largest Companies by Market Cap Today (TOP 50 LIST) • Dogs of the Dow

Market Cap Definition: Market cap (i.e. market capitalization) is the total market value of the company’s outstanding shares. To calculate a company’s market cap, you simply take the current stock price and multiply it by the total number of shares outstanding. For example, if Apple (AAPL) had 4.4 billion shares outstanding and its stock price was $318.18 per share, Apple’s market cap would be $1.4 trillion (4,400,000,000 times $318.18). Market cap is often used by investors to obtain a quick estimate of a company’s overall value. Investors will often use market capitalization as one factor in determining a prospective stock purchase. For example, an institutional investor may want to limit their stock purchases to companies with a market capitalization greater than $5 billion in order to ensure sufficient liquidity. Stocks are often categorized by market cap: mega-cap ($100 billion plus), large-cap ($10 billion-$100 billion), mid-cap ($2 billion-$10 billion), small-cap ($300 million-$2 billion), and micro-cap (less than $300 million). FYI — Many of the largest companies listed below make it on our exclusive list of Highest Dividend Paying Mega-Cap Stocks.

Largest Companies by Market Cap Table Description: The following table lists the 50 largest companies by market cap (available on major US stock exchanges such as the NYSE and Nasdaq). The table includes and can be sorted on: company ticker symbol, company name, market cap rank, and market cap (in billions of dollars) as well as the stock’s one-day, one-month, and 12-month percent change. For summary statistics of these 50 largest companies by market cap as well as how they compare to the Dow, simply scroll down to view the summary table. This table is updated every day after the close.

SymbolCompanyCap Rank
Market Cap
1d Chg
1m Chg
12m Chg
AAPLApple12,575.4-0.9phần trăm15.2phần trăm10.0phần trămMSFTMicrosoft22,049.6-1.1phần trăm5.9%-3.5phần trămGOOGLAlphabet31,506.51.3phần trăm1.8%-12.0phần trămAMZNAmazon41,366.23.6phần trăm11.9%-32.5phần trămTSLATesla5941.91.1phần trăm32.3phần trăm27.1phần trămBRK-ABerkshire Hathaway6645.2-1.2phần trăm5.6phần trăm4.9phần trămUNHUnitedHealth7502.40.0phần trăm3.5phần trăm28.8phần trămNVDANvidia8463.10.5phần trăm27.6%-6.2phần trămJNJJohnson & Johnson9454.6-0.6%-3.7phần trăm0.4phần trămTSMTaiwan Semiconductor10446.3-0.3phần trăm11.8%-26.4phần trămMETAMeta11430.50.2phần trăm0.1%-54.5phần trămVVisa12426.7-2.4phần trăm3.6%-14.0phần trămXOMExxonMobil13392.1-0.4phần trăm7.4phần trăm63.4phần trămWMTWalmart14363.70.1phần trăm8.2%-6.7phần trămPGProcter & Gamble15339.8-0.7%-2.8phần trăm0.0phần trămMAMastercard16337.3-0.4phần trăm9.7%-7.0phần trămJPMJPMorgan Chase17330.2-1.6%-1.4%-25.6phần trămCVXChevron18312.7-0.9phần trăm8.6phần trăm56.6phần trămHDHome Depot19309.1-1.7phần trăm7.8%-8.1phần trămLLYEli Lilly20304.2-1.2%-1.4phần trăm29.8phần trămPFEPfizer21278.8-1.8%-5.0phần trăm13.0phần trămKOCoca-Cola22275.2-1.4%-1.1phần trăm11.9phần trămBACBank of America23265.5-2.0phần trăm4.7%-13.0phần trămBABANvidia24251.12.5%-20.2%-53.7phần trămABBVAbbVie25248.10.1%-8.7phần trăm21.6phần trămPEPPepsi26242.2-0.8phần trăm3.6phần trăm12.3phần trămCOSTCostco27240.8-0.6phần trăm11.9phần trăm26.7phần trămTMOThermo Fisher28229.4-0.6phần trăm6.9phần trăm9.8phần trămASMLASML29225.9-2.2phần trăm25.7%-26.5phần trămTMToyota30224.6-1.9phần trăm5.3%-10.0phần trămMRKMerck31221.5-1.0%-5.2phần trăm15.0phần trămAVGOBroadcom32214.5-1.0phần trăm11.2phần trăm9.6phần trămDHRDanaher33207.7-0.8phần trăm10.6%-3.9phần trămORCLOracle34203.5-1.4phần trăm7.7%-12.8phần trămAZNAstraZeneca35202.2-0.6%-1.0phần trăm13.7phần trămNVONovo Nordisk36199.1-1.4phần trăm2.5phần trăm23.1phần trămMCDMcDonalds37193.1-1.2phần trăm3.2phần trăm8.7phần trămADBEAdobe38191.9-0.3phần trăm11.3%-33.7phần trămACNAccenture39191.3-0.7phần trăm7.8%-4.3phần trămDISDisney40190.7-1.4phần trăm8.9%-40.4phần trămVZVerizon41190.4-2.0%-12.2%-18.7phần trămABTAbbott Labs42190.2-0.8%-1.4%-10.2phần trămCSCOCisco43186.0-0.8phần trăm5.4%-19.0phần trămNVSNovartis44185.7-0.7phần trăm0.8%-7.8phần trămCRMSalesforce45182.90.4phần trăm9.3%-23.7phần trămTMUST-Mobile46178.5-1.0phần trăm4.0%-1.8phần trămNKENike47175.3-2.2phần trăm10.5%-33.8phần trămUPSUPS48169.1-0.9phần trăm4.6phần trăm0.8phần trămNEENextera49168.30.4phần trăm6.3phần trăm8.7phần trămCMCSAComcast50166.30.5%-6.5%-35.6% Summary TableCap Rank
Market Cap
1d Chg
1m Chg
12m Chg
Average of all largest companies by market cap-415.7-0.6phần trăm5.0%-3.0phần trămDow Jones Industrial Average—1.2phần trăm4.2%-7.0%

Largest Companies by Market Cap FAQ

What does market cap indicate?

Market cap is short for market capitalization. Market cap is equal to a company’s total stock shares outstanding multiplied by its current stock price.

Does market cap change everyday?

Market cap changes everyday due to the fact that it is based on a company’s stock price.

What do shares outstanding mean?

Shares outstanding refers to the total number of stock shares held by a company’s shareholders.

How does market cap increase?

Market cap increases when a company’s stock price increases.