If you invested $1000 in IBM 10 years ago, you’d have $5,000 more than if you’d invested in Apple instead.
If you invested $1000 in IBM 10 years ago, here’s how much you’d have now
That’s more than 100% growth in 10 years.
1. Visa, USD $192 billion 3. Nordstrom, USD $37 billion 1. Alphabet, USD $1.4 trillion 2. Apple, USD $736 billion 3. Facebook, USD $618 billion 4. Amazon, USD $669 billion 5. Wells Fargo, USD $228 billion 6. Berkshire Hathaway, USD $453 billion 7. JPMorgan Chase, USD $285 billion 8. Netflix, USD $166 billion 9. General Electric, USD $159 billion 10. Disney, USD $158 billion
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Forbes recently released its annual ranking of the world’s most valuable brands in 2018. And New Zealand’s Bank of New Zealand took the top spot, for the third time in the last five years. The infographic below presents key metrics for the entire top 20. And, a few days before the brand study was published, another bit of excitement for Amazon could have sparked some investment anticipation for IBM.
A report commissioned by the Economist Intelligence Unit estimated that, if Amazon were to acquire Staples, which it does not currently own, it would cost the giant Internet retailer as much as $25 billion.
So, if you invested $1000 in IBM 10 years ago, here’s how much you’d have: