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The Largest Companies in the United States by Market Capitalization

You are about to take a look at a comprehensive list of the largest companies in the United States. This list includes some of the most well-known and successful companies across various industries, such as technology, finance, retail, and healthcare. These companies are considered among the most powerful and influential in the business world, and they significantly impact the economy of the United States and the global market. With this list, you will have a good overview of the top players in different sectors of the American economy.

These are publicly traded companies with the largest market capitalization. Market cap is based on the total number of shares of stock and is calculated by multiplying the stock price by the number of issued shares.

Holding first place, the giant Apple Inc. has the highest market cap in the USA and the whole world and has a market value of $2.114 trillion. This multinational company holding the number 1 position in our list, has an additional $393.633 billion than Microsoft. The company, founded by Bill Gates in New Mexico, is currently trading at $229.08, making it an attractive choice for investment due to its long history of profitability and steady growth, as shown in the graphic below.

MSFT, one of the largest companies in the United States, shows a steady development

Close behind, formerly known as Google, Alphabet has a current market cap of $1.167 trillion with a volume of 22.96 million sales in the communication services sector. All these companies in the USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ represent strong buying indicators.

In addition, currently trading at $87.36, Amazon has a market cap of $909.072 billion in the cyclical consumer sector and occupies the #4 place on the list of the largest companies in the USA by market capitalization. Amazon has a substantial competitive advantage in e-commerce due to its massive product selection, significantly more than any other retailer. And it's now entering new markets, such as groceries and healthcare, making an attractive investment. However, inflation had an impact on consumer spending, causing a drop. See the graphic below.

AMZN, market capitalization graphic

Berkshire Hathaway Inc., rounding the top 5, has a market cap of $705.405 billion in the financial services sector.

Most of the largest companies in the United States, making the top 20 generate hundreds of billions of dollars and are in the technology, finance, and healthcare sectors. For example, in the healthcare sector, there is Johnson & Johnson, with a market cap of $466.669 billion, and the United Health Group Incorporated, with $460.549 billion, occupying the #8 and #9 places. When it comes to the finance sector, there is JP Morgan Chase & CO, and Mastercard Incorporated with $406.526 and $359.307 billion, #10 and #15, respectively.

The Californian company in the #12 place - NVIDIA, is well known for making powerful computer parts. They've been around for a while and make most of their money from gaming and data centers. They are considered a good company to invest in because it has a strong track record of financial performance. This is reflected in its market capitalization of around $397.299 billion.Β Additionally, the company has a history of solid growth in revenue and earnings. All these factors make NVIDIA an attractive investment opportunity for many investors.

Following NVIDIA, we have TESLA in #13 place. Tesla Inc is an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells electric cars. The company was founded in 2003 by Elon Musk, its CEO, with a vision of accelerating the transition to sustainable energy. Tesla's market capitalization is considered one of the most valuable in the automobile sector; the company's stock prices have increased and consistently performed well over time. The company is a pioneer in the electric vehicle industry and has been recognized for its innovative approach, ambitious goals, and growth potential.

TSLA, market capitalization graphic

In summary, after Tesla Inc, at the 13th spot, in the list of largest companies in the United States, we have other influential companies in the business world, including Mastercard Inc, Procter & Gamble Company, Meta Platforms, and Chevron Corporation. In that order, each with a descending revenue compared to the previous company. These companies are from various sectors and can be seen in detail at the end of this article.

So, which of these corporate goliaths will you pledge your loyalty to? The choice is yours!

*The list of the largest companies in the United States is updated daily.*

List of the largest companies from United States country rank by market capitalization.

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RankCompanyMarket CapDiff. nextSector
#1Apple Inc.Symbol: AAPL$ 2.610 trillion
Two Trillion Six Hundred Ten Billion Five Hundred Seventy Eight Million Five Hundred Eighty Seven Thousand Six Hundred Forty Eight
$468.081 billion more than Microsoft Corporation
more by 21.85%
#2Microsoft CorporationSymbol: MSFT$ 2.142 trillion
Two Trillion One Hundred Forty Two Billion Four Hundred Ninety Six Million Six Hundred Twenty Thousand Five Hundred Forty Four
$844.034 billion more than Alphabet Inc.
more by 65%
#3Alphabet Inc.Symbol: GOOG$ 1.298 trillion
One Trillion Two Hundred Ninety Eight Billion Four Hundred Sixty One Million Seven Hundred Fifty Three Thousand Three Hundred Forty Four
$225.848 billion more than, Inc.
more by 21.06%
Communication Services, Inc.Symbol: AMZN$ 1.072 trillion
One Trillion Seventy Two Billion Six Hundred Thirteen Million Seven Hundred Fifty Two Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty Two
$393.693 billion more than NVIDIA Corporation
more by 57.99%
Consumer Cyclical
#5NVIDIA CorporationSymbol: NVDA$ 678.920 billion
Six Hundred Seventy Eight Billion Nine Hundred Twenty Million Four Hundred Fifty Four Thousand One Hundred Forty Four
$9.721 billion more than Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
more by 1.45%
#6Berkshire Hathaway Inc.Symbol: BRK-A$ 669.199 billion
Six Hundred Sixty Nine Billion One Hundred Ninety Nine Million One Hundred Seventy One Thousand Five Hundred Eighty Four
$33.758 billion more than Tesla, Inc.
more by 5.31%
Financial Services
#7Tesla, Inc.Symbol: TSLA$ 635.440 billion
Six Hundred Thirty Five Billion Four Hundred Forty Million Five Hundred Ninety Four Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Four
$87.761 billion more than Meta Platforms, Inc.
more by 16.02%
Consumer Cyclical
#8Meta Platforms, Inc.Symbol: META$ 547.679 billion
Five Hundred Forty Seven Billion Six Hundred Seventy Nine Million One Hundred Forty One Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty Eight
$70.499 billion more than Johnson & Johnson
more by 14.77%
Communication Services
#9Johnson & JohnsonSymbol: JNJ$ 477.179 billion
Four Hundred Seventy Seven Billion One Hundred Seventy Nine Million Five Hundred Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Four
$3.227 billion more than Visa Inc.
more by 0.68%
#10Visa Inc.Symbol: V$ 473.951 billion
Four Hundred Seventy Three Billion Nine Hundred Fifty One Million Six Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Four
$21.976 billion more than Exxon Mobil Corporation
more by 4.86%
Financial Services
#11Exxon Mobil CorporationSymbol: XOM$ 451.975 billion
Four Hundred Fifty One Billion Nine Hundred Seventy Five Million Three Hundred Eighty Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Two
$17.375 billion more than UnitedHealth Group Incorporated
more by 4%
#12UnitedHealth Group IncorporatedSymbol: UNH$ 434.599 billion
Four Hundred Thirty Four Billion Five Hundred Ninety Nine Million Four Hundred Twenty Eight Thousand Ninety Six
$41.094 billion more than Walmart Inc.
more by 10.44%
#13Walmart Inc.Symbol: WMT$ 393.504 billion
Three Hundred Ninety Three Billion Five Hundred Four Million Six Hundred Twenty Thousand Five Hundred Forty Four
$15.877 billion more than JP Morgan Chase & Co.
more by 4.2%
Consumer Defensive
#14JP Morgan Chase & Co.Symbol: JPM$ 377.627 billion
Three Hundred Seventy Seven Billion Six Hundred Twenty Seven Million Eighty Two Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Two
$29.340 billion more than Procter & Gamble Company (The)
more by 8.42%
Financial Services
#15Procter & Gamble Company (The)Symbol: PG$ 348.286 billion
Three Hundred Forty Eight Billion Two Hundred Eighty Six Million Seven Hundred Forty Six Thousand Six Hundred Twenty Four
$740.950 million more than Mastercard Incorporated
more by 0.21%
Consumer Defensive
#16Mastercard IncorporatedSymbol: MA$ 347.545 billion
Three Hundred Forty Seven Billion Five Hundred Forty Five Million Seven Hundred Ninety Six Thousand Six Hundred Eight
$25.190 billion more than Eli Lilly and Company
more by 7.81%
Financial Services
#17Eli Lilly and CompanySymbol: LLY$ 322.355 billion
Three Hundred Twenty Two Billion Three Hundred Fifty Five Million One Hundred Sixty Seven Thousand Two Hundred Thirty Two
$10.436 billion more than Chevron Corporation
more by 3.35%
#18Chevron CorporationSymbol: CVX$ 311.918 billion
Three Hundred Eleven Billion Nine Hundred Eighteen Million Six Hundred Ninety Thousand Three Hundred Four
$20.223 billion more than Home Depot, Inc. (The)
more by 6.93%
#19Home Depot, Inc. (The)Symbol: HD$ 291.695 billion
Two Hundred Ninety One Billion Six Hundred Ninety Five Million Five Hundred Fifty Eight Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Six
$15.638 billion more than ABBVIE INC. DL-,01
more by 5.66%
Consumer Cyclical
#20ABBVIE INC. DL-,01Symbol: 4AB.F$ 276.057 billion
Two Hundred Seventy Six Billion Fifty Seven Million Three Hundred Seventy Eight Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Three