We all know that there are many technological companies that control and dominate the ranking of the most valuable companies. But, in this case, the tech giant Microsoft is near the top of this list and is predicted to be worth more than $1 trillion, the first to break through this mythic barrier.
Microsoft To Be The First Trillion Dollar Tech Company
There are many largest technological groups that control and dominate the ranking of the most valuable companies. This table will represent the most important and those that have the greatest value.
The tech giant Microsoft is near the top of this list and is predicted to be worth more than $1 trillion, the first to break through this mythic barrier.
Who is moving forward with this probability is Michael Markowski, analyst with ‘Equities.com’. Even being ranked third on the list of most valuable companies, Microsoft may soon be worth one trillion dollars, beating Apple and other companies that are above the American giant.
According to Michael Markowski, Microsoft is worth $492 billion, a figure below the competition, but it has a big advantage over the rest. As its cash flow is much higher than its competitors, giving it an immediate advantage.
In addition to this point, the purchase of LinkedIn by Microsoft is another great advantage. This asset gives access to many users with a much higher purchasing power than in other social networks. On the other hand, the purchase of LinkedIn was relatively cheap, costing $60 per user, something that Microsoft will monetize in a short time. In comparison, a Facebook user would have cost $218.
The remaining companies that are at the top of the list of most valuable brands do not seem to be able to overtake Microsoft in the future. Only Alphabet, worth $ 548 billion, seems to be able to fight Microsoft, also the result of having twice as much cash flow as direct competition (Amazon and Facebook).
Apple, a company that was expected to achieve this brand, seems to have a difficult life. This was the first brand to exceed a valuation of $700 billion dollars, but as it focuses its activity on the sale of hardware is less scalable and with less reach.
Even with this forecast made by Michael Markowski, there is no date for this figure to be reached. There is a long way to go before Microsoft’s appreciation grows to a million billion dollars. What is certain is that this mark will be surpassed by a technological company.