Market value of biggest tech companies: Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook and more

Jan 4, 2022

By: Shadab Rabbani

Market values of tech firms

Apple became the first company to breach the $3 trillion mark in terms of market value when the company’s shares reached a value of $182.88. Let’s take a look at the top 10 tech companies in terms of market value.

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Apple

At the time of publishing this, Apple is valued at $3 trillion at $2.986 trillion having a share price of $182.01.

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Microsoft

Just behind Apple, Microsoft is valued at $2.513 trillion with a stock costing $334.75.

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Alphabet (Google)

Alphabet (Google) has a market cap of $1.927 trillion, making it the third most valuable company in the world. One stock of the company is worth $2,901.

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Amazon

The online retailer has a market cap of $1.728 trillion with a stock costing $3,408 each. It is the fifth most valuable company in the world, as Saudi Aramco takes the fourth spot.

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Tesla

The EV maker is valued at $1.204 trillion and has a share price of $1,200. It is the last company to be valued over $1 trillion as of today.

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Meta (Facebook)

The newly-named Meta is the sixth most valuable tech company with a market cap of $941.73 billion. Each stock of Meta is worth $338.54.

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NVIDIA

The graphic chipset maker is valued at $$750.61 billion and carries a share price of $301.21 per stock.

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TSMC

The first non-American company on the list has a market cap of $667.96 billion. The Taiwanese chipset maker has a share price of $128.80.

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Tencent

The Chinese technology firm has a market cap of $563.47 billion and each of its stock is worth $58.24.

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Samsung

The South Korean conglomerate is valued at $443.15 billion and has a share price of $65.97 per stock.

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