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    WHICH STOCK WILL HAVE THE HIGHEST MARKET CAP BY YEAR END

    So which will it be Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Google or Facebook?

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    Is that a fair comparison?

    Well, anyway, I think that of those you list, Amazon will have the best performance compared to right now unless WalMart product robo-delivery takes off, which it won't. What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lum View Post
    Is that a fair comparison?

    Well, anyway, I think that of those you list, Amazon will have the best performance compared to right now unless WalMart product robo-delivery takes off, which it won't. What do you think?
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    överens med, Amazon will have best performance. one reason is that they will make more money and not have t o pay taxes on profit. this is explained in thread by very intelligent and good looking DLP member

    http://downloadpolitics.com/showthre...-0-in-US-taxes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lum View Post
    Is that a fair comparison?

    Well, anyway, I think that of those you list, Amazon will have the best performance compared to right now unless WalMart product robo-delivery takes off, which it won't. What do you think?
    Well let's look at the 5 that I listed and if you want to add any big caps we can look at them.

    Amazon, Market Cap $888.182 Billion as of Friday's closing bell. Stock price at $1804.03 up more than $49. Amazon has massive earnings their Earnings per share or EPS is $23.95 with more than $10 billion in NET profit which is more than 3X their 2017 number. So even though AMZN has a high PE I'm rating it on 2019 earnings and 2020 earnings. With the booming economy and trend to online shopping I could see Amazon's Net Profit doubling again this year and next. ***(For the record I own a sizable stake in this company. I bought more than 4000 shares of it back in the 2000-2003 time period some in my Roth IRA and some in a standard account. I did sell some of it 2400 shares from my Roth IRA for about 1800 per share and then bought it back in December of 2018 for about $1400. I have 3000 shares in the IRA and 1600 in my main trading account.) I think this stock could double by this time next year.

    Apple, Market Cap of $874.895 Billion, EPS 11.89 that gives it a PE ratio of 16. This is the biggest reason that I think Apple is the 2nd right behind Amazon as future performers and could double by this time next year. Apples biggest advantage is the IPhone, there is an incredible brand loyalty for people who have the IPhone. They really like them and don't want to switch. I don't have one so I'm not sure what the allure is for this phone. But that said APPL is my 2nd on the Super Caps as I call them.

    Google AKA Alphabet Inc., Market cap 740.528B, EPS 39.86, PE Ratio 26.74. Everyone uses Google, they collect data about you and sell it. We all know it and we use it anyway. I use Chrome all the time. I've tried Firefox, Bing, and Explorer but Chrome just seems to work the best for me as my browser. You can use what ever you want to search and browse. I'd say they will still do quite well even with the privacy issues that their business model creates. After having a down year in 2017 their Revenues and Net profit jumped in 2018 with Net Profit up 2.5X. I think GOOG will not perform as well as APPL and AMZN but if you are in it you'll be ok by this time next year.

    Facebook, Market Cap $494.826 Billion EPS 6.74, PE 25.74. Ok this one I don't like at all. It's likely to increase it's market cap by this time next year but will not make you the money that APPL and AMZN will. I don't use FB at all, I don't like the business model and the Politics of this company (Twitter is just as bad or worse. Not just because I got banned!) Both of these companies are risking govt regulations due to their bias. Facebook is also losing the younger uses who prefer other platforms.

    Microsoft, Market Cap $1.007 Trillion! EPS 4.50 PE 29.19. Surprise! This one is the biggest! As of Friday's close MSFT sits at 131.40 up 3.58. This despite the Net Profit of the the company dropping in 2018. Their income tax expense was more than $19 billion, so much for these big companies not paying any taxes. (FACT is they don't pay the tax, the consumer of their products pay the tax since any tax on a corporation is a business expense it's added to the price of their goods and services.) I didn't dig into the Financials of MSFT to see why their "income tax expense" when up to $19 billion from $4 billion in 2017. I'm sure there is a reason for it, that is not likely to be the Trump Tax cut.


    So Microsoft is the biggest right now. But let's come back in June of 2020 and look at these 5 Super Caps again.

    Does anyone have any others that you think might get into this range of hugeness?

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    Well, I wish I had $1.007 trillion, but I sense fake economics in those numbers.

    Frankly, I find Windows 8 such a giant step backward and filled with worthless crap that I believe Microsoft sales will probably nosedive. People just can't be that interested in all the distractions and gimmicks in their flagship OS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superdude View Post
    Well let's look at the 5 that I listed and if you want to add any big caps we can look at them.

    Amazon, Market Cap $888.182 Billion as of Friday's closing bell. Stock price at $1804.03 up more than $49. Amazon has massive earnings their Earnings per share or EPS is $23.95 with more than $10 billion in NET profit which is more than 3X their 2017 number. So even though AMZN has a high PE I'm rating it on 2019 earnings and 2020 earnings. With the booming economy and trend to online shopping I could see Amazon's Net Profit doubling again this year and next. ***(For the record I own a sizable stake in this company. I bought more than 4000 shares of it back in the 2000-2003 time period some in my Roth IRA and some in a standard account. I did sell some of it 2400 shares from my Roth IRA for about 1800 per share and then bought it back in December of 2018 for about $1400. I have 3000 shares in the IRA and 1600 in my main trading account.) I think this stock could double by this time next year.

    Apple, Market Cap of $874.895 Billion, EPS 11.89 that gives it a PE ratio of 16. This is the biggest reason that I think Apple is the 2nd right behind Amazon as future performers and could double by this time next year. Apples biggest advantage is the IPhone, there is an incredible brand loyalty for people who have the IPhone. They really like them and don't want to switch. I don't have one so I'm not sure what the allure is for this phone. But that said APPL is my 2nd on the Super Caps as I call them.

    Google AKA Alphabet Inc., Market cap 740.528B, EPS 39.86, PE Ratio 26.74. Everyone uses Google, they collect data about you and sell it. We all know it and we use it anyway. I use Chrome all the time. I've tried Firefox, Bing, and Explorer but Chrome just seems to work the best for me as my browser. You can use what ever you want to search and browse. I'd say they will still do quite well even with the privacy issues that their business model creates. After having a down year in 2017 their Revenues and Net profit jumped in 2018 with Net Profit up 2.5X. I think GOOG will not perform as well as APPL and AMZN but if you are in it you'll be ok by this time next year.

    Facebook, Market Cap $494.826 Billion EPS 6.74, PE 25.74. Ok this one I don't like at all. It's likely to increase it's market cap by this time next year but will not make you the money that APPL and AMZN will. I don't use FB at all, I don't like the business model and the Politics of this company (Twitter is just as bad or worse. Not just because I got banned!) Both of these companies are risking govt regulations due to their bias. Facebook is also losing the younger uses who prefer other platforms.

    Microsoft, Market Cap $1.007 Trillion! EPS 4.50 PE 29.19. Surprise! This one is the biggest! As of Friday's close MSFT sits at 131.40 up 3.58. This despite the Net Profit of the the company dropping in 2018. Their income tax expense was more than $19 billion, so much for these big companies not paying any taxes. (FACT is they don't pay the tax, the consumer of their products pay the tax since any tax on a corporation is a business expense it's added to the price of their goods and services.) I didn't dig into the Financials of MSFT to see why their "income tax expense" when up to $19 billion from $4 billion in 2017. I'm sure there is a reason for it, that is not likely to be the Trump Tax cut.


    So Microsoft is the biggest right now. But let's come back in June of 2020 and look at these 5 Super Caps again.

    Does anyone have any others that you think might get into this range of hugeness?
    you did not look because you can not read......an s e c quarterly report, or an oil option. as there are many WTI sales points. ( WTI singapore is prolly the best because it mirrors URALs crude more closely than even " brent "
    its akin to trying to lead a horse by holding a carrot near its butt..........it just aint gonna work

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    Quote Originally Posted by number four View Post
    you did not look because you can not read......an s e c quarterly report, or an oil option. as there are many WTI sales points. ( WTI singapore is prolly the best because it mirrors URALs crude more closely than even " brent "
    This thread is not about oil tonto! Fuck off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lum View Post
    Well, I wish I had $1.007 trillion, but I sense fake economics in those numbers.

    Frankly, I find Windows 8 such a giant step backward and filled with worthless crap that I believe Microsoft sales will probably nosedive. People just can't be that interested in all the distractions and gimmicks in their flagship OS.
    Why are you still using Windows 8? They offered a free upgrade to 10 some time ago. I don't know what you mean by fake economics. If you're talking about Microsoft, they have the dominant operating system in PCs, unless you want to pay 5 times as much for an apple computer. I don't see the value in the Apple over the windows based systems. Macbook costs $3000 I have a lap top that cost $700 that has more power. My desk top is a total beast.

    But MSFT has the operating system, and Office, and many other products. It's up another 1.20 today, market cap jumped $9 billion.

    AMZN closed the day up $56.60 to a market cap of $916.048 Billiion. This one made me more than $250,000 today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superdude View Post
    Why are you still using Windows 8?
    I don't use W8. Tried it, didn't care for it. Ask yourself, how much mental energy do you expend just suffering all the gimmicks and flashing, moving bullshit in that system?

    Not for me, thanks.

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