Market Cap vs. Company Age [INTERACTIVE CHART]


Here’s a cool chart/interactive our long time friend at @SeekingDelta threw together today in response to a tweet Obviously – Note – some of the years founded are skewed due to recent mergers (Exxon Mobil, AT&T and JP Morgan Chase) but, interesting none-the-less.

Market Cap vs. Company Age

Name Yr Founded MarketCap ($ in millions) Age Size
Apple Inc. 1977 $568,608 37 $568,608
Exxon Mobil Corporation 2009 $425,057 5 $425,057
Google Inc. 1998 $388,580 16 $388,580
Microsoft Corporation 1975 $352,171 39 $352,171
Johnson & Johnson 1886 $284,031 128 $284,031
General Electric Company 1892 $255,263 122 $255,263
Chevron Corporation 1984 $239,348 30 $239,348
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 1962 $239,191 52 $239,191
Procter & Gamble Company (The) 1837 $219,426 177 $219,426
J P Morgan Chase & Co 2000 $211,497 14 $211,497
Verizon Communications Inc. 1983 $203,655 31 $203,655
Facebook, Inc. 2004 $188,426 10 $188,426
International Business Machines Corporation 1911 $185,522 103 $185,522
Pfizer, Inc. 1849 $180,390 165 $180,390
AT&T Inc. 1983 $179,539 31 $179,539

 

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