The retail industry is the epitome of a mixed bag type of sector. Here, you’ll find everything from E-commerce giants to staple goods stores that you’ll see at least two of in every major town across the country.

It’s truly a venn-diagram sector, with a broad range of businesses within it. Investors of all sorts can find some value here, whether you’re looking for the future of online shopping technology and web services, or just to invest in consumer staples. 

Who are they? Here’s the top 10 stocks by market cap in the retail sector.

Rank Name Front Score
1 Amazon (AMZN) $960.28B 575
2 Walmart (WMT) $415.88B 641
3 The Home Depot (HD) $334.28B 625
4 Alibaba Group (BABA) $238.44B 586
5 Costco Wholesale (COST) $218.88B 608
6 Lowe’s Companies (LOW) $129.91B 619
7 TJX Companies (TJX) $92.66B 669
8 Target (TGT) $75.56B 619
9 JD.com (JD) $62.95B 619
10 Dollar General (DG) $55.03B 619
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