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The top 50 stocks by market cap in the S&P 500

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Jared Blikre dives in the most valuable S&P stocks by market cap.

Video Transcript

EMILY MCCORMICK: Let's head back over to Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre with one last thought on the markets. And Jared, you're looking at Apple.

JARED BLIKRE: That's right. One week after it hit $3 trillion in intraday market capitalization, it's very brief, I decided to kind of take a look at Apple. It's only down about 6 and 1/2% from its record high, which was one week ago as well. But I'm writing this up for-- I'm writing up this article for tomorrow. And I do have some visuals on the Yi-Fi Interactive. So I took the top 50 companies by market cap in the S&P 500. And you can see them on your screen if we can get the Yi-Fi Interactive up.

There we go. And in the center, we got Apple here surrounded by Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon. And I'll say that Berkshire Hathaway is in there too. Apple is bigger than Berkshire Hathaway, Meta which is now Facebook, and Tesla combined. And it's pretty interesting if you take a look and you break it down by sector. So all of these put together, $23 trillion. That is bigger than the market cap of most countries.

And here's the tech sector by itself. Tech is the most commonly represented here. We got 14 companies, and they bring $8.6 trillion in value to the sector. Besides Apple and Microsoft, you're seeing Nvidia, Qualcomm, Adobe, so you've got some software names in there as semiconductors. Visa and Mastercard, they're also in there. They may be migrating to the financial sector. Sometimes these classification systems-- and there are many. We're using the GICS one. Sometimes these are a little bit non-intuitive, and you kind of see that in the communication services.

Because that's where we have Alphabet, Facebook, Netflix, Comcast, Disney, Verizon. All those companies-- and AT&T. All those companies put together, that's $3.8 trillion. I'm going to go through the rest of these kind of quickly. But just to show you consumer discretionary, we've got Amazon, Tesla, and Nike in there. Then we have financials. Financials account for $2.2 trillion. We got Berkshire Hathaway, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America too. That's up there as well.

And then we have health care, a lot of the big names, J&J, UnitedHealth, Abbott, Pfizer. We know these names. We talk about them every day. Consumer staples, some of the big box retailers. We've got Walmart as well as the companies that make the goods. Procter & Gamble is in there too, Coca-Cola, Costco. And then we have energy. Only two companies here. We got Exxon and Chevron contributing about half a trillion to market cap.

And then finally, not shown, industrials and materials. Only one company in each of those sectors. And nothing for utilities and real estate guys.