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Monopoly Power (Retired)

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It’s Good To Be The Market-Share King

This motif has been retired and will not be subject to further updates. When a company controls too much market share, it can leave consumers with few alternatives. On the other hand, many companies have become frontrunners by a combination of sheer will and superior products. The reality is that it’s often a fine line between monopoly and market dominance. Whether it’s Intel’s 84% share in microprocessors[1] or Intuitive Surgical’s 80% share in surgical robots[2], these companies have legally leveraged market superiority to build some of the world’s biggest and most successful businesses. And when market-share giants thrive, investors may, too. See more
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Weight Segment & Stocks Symbol 1 MO / 1 YR Return
30.5% Software 15.8%
19.0% Microsoft Corporation MSFT 8.8%
10.2% Intuit Inc INTU 26.1%
1.3% Red Hat Inc. RHT 37.0%
29.4% Internet 4.5%
9.1% Google Inc A GOOGL 7.4%
8.7% Google Inc GOOG 10.1%
5.9% VeriSign Inc. VRSN 27.1%
5.8% eBay Inc. EBAY 22.4%
26.0% Hardware 7.4%
14.9% Intel Corp INTC 1.4%
11.0% Qualcomm Inc. QCOM 19.4%
7.7% Genetically Modified Seeds 12.8%
7.7% Monsanto Co. MON 12.8%
3.7% Business Services 14.1%
2.3% Pitney Bowes Inc. PBI 22.5%
1.4% Iron Mountain IRM --
2.6% Health Care 20.6%
2.6% Intuitive Surgical, Inc. ISRG 20.6%