The Top Companies In Moola Portfolios

Posted by Simon Moore on April 20

You may have read here that Moola portfolios spread your money across markets and sectors. Even so, despite holding potentially thousands of different individual investments, which are the biggest holdings in a Moola portfolio?

Remember, this list can change over time. The markets are always moving, so the companies mentioned are unlikely to hold their positions forever.


Apple is currently one of the larger holdings in Moola portfolios, this is because at the time of writing it's the largest company in the world by market value.

Other companies you might be familiar with are Alphabet, which is the company behind Google, the maker of the search engine and the software that powers Android phones. the online shopping company, is also very large currently as is Microsoft, which makes Windows and Office software among other products.

The larger British companies

Most of the largest companies at the moment are headquartered in the U.S. The largest U.K. companies are currently the oil company Shell, the bank HSBC and the oil company BP are some of the larger British companies within Moola portfolios.

So hopefully that gives you a flavour of some of the bigger companies within the portfolio. However, remember that Moola portfolios contain thousands of different holdings. There really are too many individual companies to list here, but the largest ones are names you probably already know. 

Finally this is just a snapshot, in a few months the list may still be similar, but in a few years, the list will likely have changed a bit if history is any guide. The fortunes of companies are rising and falling every day.

Written by Simon Moore

Simon is responsible for investing and related content at Moola. He was previously CIO of FutureAdvisor, a US digital advisor. His most recent book Digital Wealth, explains automated investing. He studied economics at Oxford, and completed his MBA at the Kellogg School of Management.

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