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Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017

5 p.m. Update: Apple stock slipped more than 2% in after hours tradingas the Q4 AAPL earnings disappointed Wall Street despite higher-than-expected iPhone sales.

Appleearned $1.67 a share in its fiscal Q4, one penny higher than the consensus analyst forecast. Revenue was $$46.9 billion, just short of the forecast for sales of $46.94 billion. However, the Q4 Apple earnings were down 14.8% from the same period a year ago. Revenue was off 8.93% year over year.

Despite conflicting predictions, the iPhone 7did well enough to push total iPhone sales above expectations. Sales of the iPhone brought in $28.16 billion, edging the forecast for sales of $27.78 billion.

That bodes well for the current quarter, when Apple traditionally sells the most iPhones.

Other good news in the AAPL earnings was guidance for the current quarter. Apple forecast revenue of $76 billion to $78 billion, well above the $74.9 billion analysts had been expecting.

On the negative side, Mac and iPad sales both continued to slide. Both segments came in below expectations.

Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017: Sanderson Farms Inc.(SAFM)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Peter Graham]

    The Q1 2017 earnings report for small cap poultry processing stock Sanderson Farms, Inc (NASDAQ: SAFM) is scheduled for before the market opens on Thursday (February 23rd) as shares still have elevated short interest of 33.50% according to Highshortinterest.comdue in part to fears over bird flu.

  • [By Peter Graham]

    A long term performance chart does show Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation is back to 2015 bottom levels while large cap Tyson Foods, Inc (NYSE: TSN) peaked last year andsmall cap Sanderson Farms, Inc (NASDAQ: SAFM) seems to have becometrapped below a resistance level that it may be poised to break out from:

Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017: Transocean Inc.(RIG)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Teresa Rivas]

    Transocean (RIG) is rising Thursday afternoon, thanks to an upbeat fourth quarter.

    Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

    The oilfield services company said it earned 63 cents a share (a figure that excludes $13 million in net unfavorable items), well ahead of the nickel a share in earnings analysts expected. Revenue fell 47.4% year over year to $974 million, also above the $806 million consensus estimate. Transocean said its contract backlog was $11.3 billion as of its February fleet status report. Raymond Jamess Praveen Narra and J. Marshall Adkins reiterated an Underperform rating on the stock following the report. They praised the companys ongoing cost controls and strong revenue efficiency, which they expect to continue. But still arent ready to recommend the stock amid a difficult macro backdrop. More detail from their note:

    Transocean continued to minimize costs and maximize efficiency amid a challenging offshore environment, reporting 4Q16 adjusted EBITDA of $414 million, higher than our estimate of $363 million and consensus of $394 million. The beat was driven by lower than expected costs of $344 million (adjusting for favorable litigation), which came in ~12% lower than our estimate of $385 million and guidance of guidance of $375-385 million. Total revenue efficiency came in at 100.3%, as it was boosted by bonus incentives and possibly effective results from the new contracting model, particularly in the high-spec jackup market. The beat to our estimates was also driven by higher than anticipated revenues, which came in at $805 million, above our estimate of $788 million, but below the consensus estimate of $812 million. We note, our adjusted revenue excludes $169 million in early termination fees during the quarter.

    The shares are up 6.6% to $14.16 in recent trading, although theyre down 4% year to date.

  • [By Dan Caplinger]

    The stock market lost ground on Monday, sending major market benchmarks lower by more than half a percentage point. The Dow lost its grip on the 20,000 mark in the wake of concerns about economic growth and new U.S. immigration policy, and some believe that the broader geopolitical climate could have a negative impact on global commerce that in turn could start affecting multinational corporations’ business prospects. In addition, bad news from some individual companies weighed on the markets, and Transocean (NYSE:RIG), Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD), and New Gold (NYSEMKT:NGD) were among the worst performers on the day. Below, we’ll look more closely at these stocks to tell you why they did so poorly.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Transocean (RIG)tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today as the entire energy sector got crushed on fears that production would start to grow.

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    Transocean dropped 7% to $13.85 today, while the S&P 500 fell 0.6% to2,280.90. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) dropped 1.9% to$72.85. The price of oil fell 1% to$52.63 a barrel.

    Yes, oil stayed above $50 a barrel, but in a note published this morning, Cornerstone Macro’s Carter Worth warned that a “stuck” oil price could be as damaging as a dropping one:

    Then, of course, theres the inconvenient fact that WTI Crude Oil itself is hopelessly stuck in the low $50 a
    barrel range a level at which it was trading in June of last year. Essentially seven months without any forward progress is the bottom line.

    Transocean’s market capitalization fell to $5.4 billion today from $5.8 billion on Friday. It reported net income of $782 million on sales of $7.4 billion in 2015.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    On Mar. 2, Transocean (RIG), just seven days after reporting earnings, announced that it would delay filing its 10-K. the timing, particularly for use at Barron’s, wasn’t great, as we had just recommended the stock in the magazine. Still Transocean’s shares weathered the news–it fell only 1.1% on that day–and now the 10-K has been filed. What does it show? RBC’sKurt Hallead andMatthew McKellar explain:

    Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

    RIG has filed its 10-K, which contains details and adjustments related to its previously disclosed tax accounting issues. Certain adjustments for immaterial errors related to accounting for operating items and items such as depreciation, interest income, and loss on impairment and disposal of assets have also been made.

    Adjustments to FY15 have increased income from continuing operations by $71mn, and net income attributable to controlling interest by $74mn. For FY15, adjustments have decreased loss from continuing operations by $66mn and decreased net loss attributable to controlling interest by $74mn.

    Shares of Transocean have dropped 2.1% to $12.78 at 2:33 p.m. today.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Go back a year, and offshore drillers like Noble (NE), Rowan (RDC), Transocean (RIG) and Atwood Oceanics (ATW) had been all but written off–until they weren’t anymore. Since then, investors have been rewarded for picking winners in the group from the losers, as Atwood Oceanics has more than doubled, Transocean has gained 34%, and Rowan has risen 42%, while Noble and Diamond Offshore Drilling (DO) have dropped 13%.

  • [By Jon C. Ogg]

    Transocean Ltd. (NYSE: RIG) was last seen trading up 17.1% at $12.91. Its volume of more than 42 million shares equated to right at 3 times normal volume. Transocean has a consensus analyst price target of $9.72 and a 52-week trading range of $7.67 to $14.50. The company has a total market cap of $4.7 billion.

Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017: Archer-Daniels-Midland Company(ADM)

Advisors’ Opinion:


    Aflac (AFL) — yielding 2.5%
    Archer-Daniels Midland (ADM) — yielding 2.7%
    Chevron (CVX) — yielding 3.8%
    ExxonMobil (XOM) — yielding 3.6%
    Genuine Parts (GPC) — yielding 2.7%
    Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) — yielding 2.8%
    T. Rowe Price (TROW) — yielding 3.2%

Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017: Safe Bulkers Inc(SB)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    StarBulk Carriers (SBLK) and Safe Bulkers (SB) have more than tripled during the past 12 months, while Golden Ocean Group (GOGL) has more than doubled. So it must be time for an upgrade right?

  • [By Elizabeth Balboa]

    Meanwhile, Safe Bulkers, Inc. (NYSE: SB) rose $0.73 throughout the 2016, Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHIP) fell $1.69 and Navios Maritime Partners L.P. (NYSE: NMM) dropped $0.93.

Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017: Rowan Companies Inc.(RDC)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Jon C. Ogg]

    Rowan Companies plc (NYSE: RDC) closed up 15.1% at $17.84 and the 5.2 million shares traded was just 1.3 times normal trading volume. Rowan has a consensus analyst price target of $15.04 and a 52-week trading range of $10.67 to $20.88. The company has a total market cap of $2.2 billion.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Go back a year, and offshore drillers like Noble (NE), Rowan (RDC), Transocean (RIG) and Atwood Oceanics (ATW) had been all but written off–until they weren’t anymore. Since then, investors have been rewarded for picking winners in the group from the losers, as Atwood Oceanics has more than doubled, Transocean has gained 34%, and Rowan has risen 42%, while Noble and Diamond Offshore Drilling (DO) have dropped 13%.

Top Penny Stocks To Watch For 2017: Tyson Foods Inc.(TSN)

Advisors’ Opinion:


    Cramer recalled buying Tyson Foods (TSN) for the trust in 2015 after the company acquired Hillshire Brands in 2014. The thinking was to get in early before others realized how transformative the merger would be.

  • [By Peter Graham]

    A long term performance chart shows shares of small cap Sanderson Farms doubling in value while mid cap Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation (NASDAQ: PPC) and large cap Tyson Foods, Inc (NYSE: TSN) have been even better performers albeit they are off their former peaks:


    On Monday, Cramer said, he’ll be looking out for Tyson Foods (TSN) , Jack in the Box (JACK) and Palo Alto Networks (PANW) . Tyson is good, but out of favor, Cramer said while remaining bullish on Jack and Palo Alto.

Applied Material's 2 Biggest Growth Opportunities “

Applied Materials (NASDAQ:AMAT) makes equipment that allows companies to manufacture semiconductors, displays, and other components for some of the most advanced technology on the planet. And just like other tech companies, Applied has to stay ahead of new trends so that it can provide the latest equipment to its customers.

Based on the company’s own earnings calls and new trends in the tech space, it’s becoming increasingly clear that both cloud computing and the transition from LED to OLED displays in smartphones will probably be two key growth opportunities for Applied. So let’s take a quick look at what the company’s doing in these markets and how it could benefit.

Two people working on semiconductor equipment.

Image source: Applied Materials.

To the cloud!

Let’s start with the massive cloud-computing market and Applied’s opportunity in it. Applied CFO Bob Halliday said on the company’s earnings call back in February “our customers will continue to benefit from making big investments in leading-edge capacity to power devices and the cloud.”

He went on to describe that cloud computing is creating huge value for industries such as advertising, retailing, transportation, and travel, and that companies in these markets will need to make “massive investments” in processors, memories, and displays as a result. Halliday indicated that this could be a very good thing for Applied’s growth, saying, “I see a very healthy future in this for Applied Materials.”

Halliday’s viewpoint is more than a hunch, though. Gartner estimates that cloud-computing spending will total $1 trillion between 2016 and 2021.

On display…

And while cloud-computing spending ramps up, Applied is already benefiting from another growing market: display technologies. Many tech companies are are transitioning from LED displays to OLED ones for things like televisions and smartphones, and it’s creating a massive opportunity for Applied.

The company’s CEO, Gary Dickerson, said on Applied’s first-quarter 2017 earnings call that 50% of its OLED equipment demand is coming from new customers in the mobile space. Dickerson noted that the current growth in OLED is increasing the company’s total addressable market.

“We have talked about tripling our served market as we go forward, and certainly as these new technologies like OLED or flexible OLED are adopted, that increases our total available market,” he said.

Applied thinks its customers will invest an additional $2 billion in display equipment this year and that even after this increased investment, the smartphone industry will only be at a 55% adoption rate for OLED. In short, there’s much more where that came from.

Investors should have confidence that the company will be able to follow through with its display-equipment ambitions, considering Applied has managed to grow display revenue by about 20% annually since 2012and because of its leading position in semiconductor manufacturing space. Morningstar analystAbhinav Davulurisaid that investors should expect the company’s revenues to grow by double digits in fiscal 2017 — and I think that at least part of that growth should come from the company’s potential in OLED displays and the broader cloud computing market.

Yandex N.V. Is Rightly Excited for the Future”

Yandex N.V.(NASDAQ:YNDX)announced exceptional first-quarter 2017 results on Thursday, highlighted by a recent antitrust deal with Google, stabilizing market share in its core search segment, and strong growth from its various other business units.

With shares closing up more than 10% yesterday as the market absorbed the news, let’s take a closer look at how the Russian internet search specialist kicked off the year, and at what investors can expect from the company going forward.

Students using cell phones

Yandex’s antitrust settlement with Google should help it take market share on Android in Russia. IMAGE SOURCE: GETTY IMAGES

Yandex results: The raw numbers


Q1 2017

Q1 2016

Year-Over-Year Growth


20.652 billion RUR

16.473 billion RUR


Net income

819 billion RUR

1,069 billion RUR


Earnings per share (diluted)

2.54 RUR

3.31 RUR


Figures in Russian rubles.Data source: Yandex N.V.

What happened with Yandex this quarter? Revenue excluding traffic acquisition costs (ex-TAC) — which Yandex compares to sales commissions — increased 28%, to 16.7 billion RUR. Adjusted net income — which excludes items like stock-based compensation — rose 18%, to 3.7 billion RUR. Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBTIDA) grew 19%, to 6.9 billion RUR. Yandex’s desktop browser share climbed two percentage points to 23% from last quarter, while mobile browser share rose one percentage point sequentially, to 12%. Search queries in Russia increased 2% year over year. Revenue on a segment basis included: 23% growth in search and portal revenue, to 18.656 billion RUR. 24% growth from e-commerce, to 1.295 billion RUR. 75% growth in taxi revenue, to 778 million RUR. 54% growth in classifieds revenue, to 371 million RUR. 76% growth in “experiments” revenue, to 326 million RUR, driven by services including KinoPoisk, Yandex.Music, Yandex.Afisha, and Yandex.TV. Online advertising revenue grew 23% year over year, to 19.515 billion RUR, including 26% growth from Yandex properties, to 14.356 billion RUR, and 17% growth from ad network partners, to 5.159 billion RUR. Non-advertising revenue grew 77% year over year, to 1.137 billion RUR, primarily driven — as usual — by Yandex.Taxi. Earlier this month, Yandex and the Russian Federal Anti-monopoly Service (FAS) reached a settlement with Google in their antitrust case, through which Google has “agreed to take significant steps to open up its Android platform in Russia.” What management had to say

Yandex CEO Arkady Volozh elaborated:

The recently announced settlement between Yandex, Google, and the FAS will provide real choice to users and move us closer to a level playing field in Russia. We expect this will open the door to market share gains on mobile in 2017 and beyond.

“Continued investments and innovation in the core search business and our business units are delivering results,” added Yandex COO Alexander Shulgin. “I am particularly excited about Yandex.Taxi which delivered 484% growth in rides in Q1.”

Looking forward

As it stands, Yandex anticipates full-year 2017 revenue will climb in the range of 17% to 20% year over year, representing an increase to its previous guidance for 16% to 19% growth.Given Yandex’s broad-based growth this quarter, its freshly boosted outlook, and its favorable antitrust settlement with Google, Yandex investors have every right to celebrate with shares hovering near 52-week highs today.

What Is a Cannabis Church?

The marijuana industry is creating crossover companies and businesses in the yoga, real estate, and social media industries.

Now, there is even a cannabis church…

cannabis churchLocated in a 113-year-old building, the International Church of Cannabis (ICoC) opened its doors to the public in Denver, Col., on April 20, 2017.

Elevation Ministries, a recently formed nonprofit religious group, renovated the church. Members are calledElevationists and in their own words are dedicated to “creating the best version of themselves.”

However, not everyone is a fan of the cannabis church in Colorado…

Colorado State Representative Dan Pabon accused the church of “leveraging usage laws” and wanted to make it illegal to smoke in churches through an amendment introduced on April 20. Republicans and Democrats blocked Pabon’s amendment, stating it restricted freedom of religion.

But Elevation Ministries still felt pressure to change the event from being public to an invitation-only opening.

VideoThe International Church of Cannabis
However, the early interest in the marijuana church shows a growing acceptance of cannabis culture. According to a Gallup poll from October 2016, 60% of Americans believe marijuana should be legalized.

And with 28 states and the District of Columbia having some form of marijuana legalization, historic profit opportunities are being created.

The legal marijuana market is going ballistic. Last year, sales skyrocketed to $6.7 billion… and several analysts estimate sales could eventually reach $150 billion to $200 billion each and every year. Even better, right now marijuana stocks are on fire, with peak gains quadrupling in value.

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And these are mostly small companies trading for under $10.

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Top 5 Growth Stocks To Watch For 2017

Despite the helter-skelter manner in which the Trump administration has operated, one thing has become pretty evident to investors and Wall Street. The president tends to stick to his word and really seems bent on delivering campaign promises. One of those promises is the infrastructure build-out, and combined with what appears to be an improving economy and sentiment by business, some stock market sectors that could play a big part are really getting some solid traction.

One of the subsectors that looks very solid right now is the metals arena, especially the top steel companies. In a new research report, Deutsche Bankraises itsprice targets on the top companies in the firm’s coverage universe. The report noted:

We continue to favor non-integrated companies and those that could benefit from higher US-centric growth rates, particular construction and infrastructure-linked Steel names. We retain overweight the sector with 9 Buys, 4 Holds and 1 Sell.

Top 5 Growth Stocks To Watch For 2017: MEDIFAST INC(MED)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Lee Jackson]

    These companies also reported insider buying last week: Carrizo Oil and Gas Inc. (NASDAQ: CRZO), Medifast Inc. (NYSE: MED), Medley Capital Corp. (NYSE: MCC), Occidental Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: OXY) and Sothebys (NYSE: BID).

  • [By Peter Graham]

    A long term performance chart shows small cap weight loss or dieting stocks Weight Watchers International and Reliv International, Inc (NASDAQ: RELV) still underperforming whileNutriSystem Inc (NASDAQ: NTRI) and Medifast Inc (NYSE: MED) began taking off early last year:

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    In trading on Friday, non-cyclical consumer goods & services shares rose by just 0.3 percent. Meanwhile, top losers in the sector included Medifast Inc (NYSE: MED), down 5 percent, and Bridgford Foods Corporation (NASDAQ: BRID), down 6 percent.

Top 5 Growth Stocks To Watch For 2017: Buffalo Wild Wings Inc.(BWLD)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Hilary Kramer]

     We welcome host of Fox Business Network’s Making Money with Charles Payne to this year’s contest. When he’s not on air, the rags-to-riches financial guru is editing his free weekly newsletter, Charles Payne’s Smart Talk, as well as his new newsletter, Charles Payne’sSmart Investing, which allows individuals insights into picks that were formerly only available to institutions.

    Payne is going with the owner, operator and franchiser of a wildly popular sports and wings bar for this year’s pick: Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD).

    With commodities prices in the dumps, BWLD stands to benefit as Americans have more cash lining their pockets thanks to lower gas prices. That’s cash, Charles reasons, that Buffalo Wild Wings will be able to claim a chunk of. Not to mention the fact that if chicken prices remain subdued, it’ll mean a beefier bottom line.

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) has dropped 3% to $157.51 after its earnings fell short of the Street consensus.

    Las Vegas Sands (LVS) has declined 1.1% to $58.60 despite beating earnings forecasts.

  • [By Peter Graham]

    After the market closed yesterday, small cap restaurant and entertainment stockDave & Busters Entertainment Inc (NASDAQ: PLAY) reported Q4 2016 earnings with shares falling by mid single digit percentagesin after hours trading. The Company apparently beat expectations on earnings, but fell short of expectations for comps. Likewise, the stock has already had a very good run meaning expectations were super high.Take a look at the following long term chart which shows Dave & Busters Entertainmentsshare performanceascompared to potential peers such as Buffalo Wild Wings (NASDAQ: BWLD) and upscale gentlemen’s clubs and restaurant ownerRCI Hospitality Holdings, Inc (NASDAQ: RICK):

Top 5 Growth Stocks To Watch For 2017: Nordstrom Inc.(JWN)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Ben Levisohn]

    Nordstrom (JWN) has dropped 2.7% to $43 after getting cut to Hold from Buy at Stifel.

    JPMorgan Chase (JPM) has declined 1.1% to $85.79 after getting cut to Market Perform from Outperform at KBW.

  • [By Jim Robertson]

    Nordstrom’s (JWN) is one name we did well shorting back in May of this year, and although we made another attempt at shorting the stock for a minor loss from September to November, our net gain between the two ended up being about 16%. Not bad all things considered. However, we’re still convinced JWN is a stock that’s going to move substantially lower when it’s all said and done.


    * The market bent yesterday but today it stabilized. (A good showing, all things being considered–but in no way decisive going forward).
    * Gold +$5/oz.
    * Crude oil +$0.50 and the rise is taking up some energy stocks.
    * The Russell returned to the spotlight.
    * Life insurance–particularly Lincoln National (LNC) (on an upgrade). Hartford Financial Services (HIG) gets a small lift.
    * Retail returned from the depths. The standouts–L Brands (LB) , Kohl’s (KSS) , Bed Bath (BBBY) , Nordstrom (JWN) and Gap (GPS) .
    * Ag equipment–after an analyst upgrade yesterday.
    * Brokerages.
    * Homebuilders catch a bid.
    * Day one of the Masters Golf Tournament.

  • [By Adam Levine-Weinberg]

    Upscale retailer Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) faces the same negative trends as Macy’s in its full-line business. However, while Nordstrom’s management has shown a willingness to close a store here or there, investors shouldn’t expect any kind of massive store closure program at Nordstrom.

  • [By Timothy Green]

    For dividend investors wanting a solid yield, Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN), International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM), and Garmin (NASDAQ:GRMN) look like solid choices. None is risk-free, particularly Nordstrom, which is in an extremely competitive industry. But all three offer dividend yields above 3% and a least a few reasons to be optimistic about the company.

Top 5 Growth Stocks To Watch For 2017: Intuitive Surgical Inc.(ISRG)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By George Budwell, Keith Speights, and Cory Renauer]

    So, to help investors separate the wheat from the chaff, we asked our Foolish contributors which stocks they thought are worth owning until at least 2030. These three healthcare specialists recommended Medtronic (NYSE:MDT), Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), andIntuitive Surgical (NASDAQ:ISRG). Read on to find out why.

  • [By Benzinga News Desk]

    Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Reports Q4 EPS $0.69 vs. Est. $0.58, Rev. $22.64B vs. Est. $22.14B
    Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ: ISRG) Reports Q2 GAAP EPS $4.71, Adj. EPS $5.62 vs $4.97 Est., Sales $670.1M vs $540.7M Est.
    Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) Q2 EPS ($0.14) vs ($0.19) est, Revenue $3.84B vs $3.75B est
    Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) Q2 EPS $0.75 vs $0.59 est, Revenue $8.9B vs $8.3B est

  • [By Demitrios Kalogeropoulos]

    As for individual stocks, IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ:ISRG) attracted heavy investor interest following their quarterly earnings releases.

  • [By Joseph Hogue]

    Enter Intuitive Surgical (Nasdaq: ISRG) and Da Vinci, a robotic arm that allows surgeons to operate with just a single incision less than an inch in size.

  • [By Ashley Moore]

    Here is a table of the 10 most expensive stocks trading on U.S. markets today:

    Company (Ticker)Price per ShareMarket CapBerkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A)$ 257,227.52$ 419.50 billionSeaboard Corp. (NYSEMKT: SEB)$ 3,760.00$ 4.48 billionNVR Inc. (NYSE: NVR)$ 1,944.23$ 7.19 billionThe Priceline Group Inc. (Nasdaq: PCLN)$ 1,727.94$ 80.82 billionMarkel Corp. (NYSE: MKL)$ 978.51$ 13.78 billionWhite Mountains Insurance Group Ltd. (NYSE: WTM)$ 935.01$ 4.25 Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN)$ 846.08$ 408.27 billionAlphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL)$ 844.06$ 582.85 billionAutoZone Inc. (NYSE: AZO)$ 744.26$ 21.04 billionIntuitive Surgical Inc. (Nasdaq: ISRG)$ 735.63$ 28.41 billion