Top 10 Large Cap Management Teams

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Compiled by Alexander Crawford: The following is a list of large cap stocks, with market caps north of $180B.

The management teams mentioned below have all outperformed their competitors over the last five years, when comparing the Return on Assets (ROA), Return on Invested Capital (ROI) and Return on Equity (ROE) ratios.

Will these management teams continue to outperform? What do you think? Full details below.


Management data and industry comps sourced from Reuters, short float and performance data sourced from Finviz.

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1. Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM): Major Integrated Oil & Gas Industry. Market cap of $392.51B. 5-year average ROA at 16.53% vs. industry average at 11.98%. 5-year average ROI at 21.85% vs. industry average at 14.94%. 5-year average ROE at 31.94% vs. industry average at 20.91%. Short float at 0.7%, which implies a short ratio of 1.72 days. The stock has gained 15.68% over the last year.

2. Apple Inc. (AAPL): Personal Computers Industry. Market cap of $320.96B. 5-year average ROA at 19.96% vs. industry average at 7.63%. 5-year average ROI at 28.48% vs. industry average at 15.38%. 5-year average ROE at 31.92% vs. industry average at 16.84%. Short float at 0.74%, which implies a short ratio of 0.45 days. The stock has gained 69.22% over the last year.

3. BHP Billiton Ltd. (BHP): Industrial Metals & Minerals Industry. Market cap of $251.96B. 5-year average ROA at 17.98% vs. industry average at 15.19%. 5-year average ROI at 22.08% vs. industry average at 18.71%. 5-year average ROE at 35.02% vs. industry average at 21.3%. Short float at 0.19%, which implies a short ratio of 1.78 days. The stock has gained 17.06% over the last year.

4. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): Application Software Industry. Market cap of $242.12B. 5-year average ROA at 21.46% vs. industry average at 12.72%. 5-year average ROI at 32.73% vs. industry average at 18.47%. 5-year average ROE at 40.% vs. industry average at 21.22%. Short float at 1.13%, which implies a short ratio of 1.47 days. The stock has lost -6.38% over the last year.

5. Petroleo Brasileiro (PBR): Oil & Gas Drilling & Exploration Industry. Market cap of $240.55B. 5-year average ROA at 12.68% vs. industry average at 11.98%. 5-year average ROI at 16.06% vs. industry average at 14.94%. 5-year average ROE at 32.59% vs. industry average at 20.91%. Short float at 0.51%, which implies a short ratio of 1 days. The stock has lost -16.99% over the last year.

6. China Mobile Limited (CHL): Wireless Communications Industry. Market cap of $200.95B. 5-year average ROA at 16.39% vs. industry average at 8.81%. 5-year average ROI at 22.85% vs. industry average at 11.86%. 5-year average ROE at 25.17% vs. industry average at 15.94%. Short float at 0.2%, which implies a short ratio of 1.66 days. The stock has gained 3.9% over the last year.

7. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT): Discount, Variety Stores Industry. Market cap of $195.23B. 5-year average ROA at 8.7% vs. industry average at 6.46%. 5-year average ROI at 13.58% vs. industry average at 10.81%. 5-year average ROE at 21.05% vs. industry average at 18.44%. Short float at 1.43%, which implies a short ratio of 2.37 days. The stock has gained 4.46% over the last year.

8. Vale S.A. (VALE): Steel & Iron Industry. Market cap of $190.15B. 5-year average ROA at 13.59% vs. industry average at 11.96%. 5-year average ROI at 16.% vs. industry average at 15.08%. 5-year average ROE at 29.66% vs. industry average at 23.93%. Short float at 0.66%, which implies a short ratio of 1.89 days. The stock has gained 21.88% over the last year.

9. Chevron Corp. (CVX): Major Integrated Oil & Gas Industry. Market cap of $186.81B. 5-year average ROA at 12.14% vs. industry average at 11.98%. 5-year average ROI at 15.27% vs. industry average at 14.94%. 5-year average ROE at 23.18% vs. industry average at 20.91%. Short float at 1.28%, which implies a short ratio of 3.08 days. The stock has gained 21.54% over the last year.

10. Procter & Gamble Co. (PG): Personal Products Industry. Market cap of $185.94B. 5-year average ROA at 7.92% vs. industry average at 0.87%. 5-year average ROI at 10.06% vs. industry average at 1.17%. 5-year average ROE at 17.07% vs. industry average at 1.75%. Short float at 0.95%, which implies a short ratio of 2.8 days. The stock has gained 11.05% over the last year.



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