Jim Cramer shared his thoughts on CNBC about the companies that will be leaders 25 years from now. It doesn’t mean that everything will be fine and dandy for the tech moguls, however there’s increasing evidence to the unique capabilities in terms of innovation and profitability for Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). Averaging more than 30% price-growth per year, the current approximately $75.65 per share social network has seemingly unlimited prospects.
“Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), here’s a company that is you, the user. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) wants 14 billion people to be acquainted with each other. I figured the earth will have twice as many people 25 years from now,” said Jim Cramer.
As many are acquainted to the fact that there’s little competition to hinder the upswing of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), the only obstacles that the company might face will be in markets far away from its core activities.
“The only challenge to Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL). Why? Because Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), unlike Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is willing to spend now to win in 2039. I would like to put Twitter in that same class, but I am increasingly on the belief that it will be subdued by another company,” claimed Jim Cramer.
So, the last assertion most probably concerns the fact that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is connecting people in an ecosystem beyond the scope of digital selves. We can see it in the numbers describing the practically absolute dominance in terms of mobile operating systems and web searching. Furthermore, this tech juggernaut intends to tackle areas like cloud computing and home appliances, which will be pretty much the center of our life in a couple of years.
Now, as our planet faces threats like global warming and electricity finds more ways to creep into our day-to-day activities, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is expected to disrupt aggressively the automotive industry. The success so far is mild in terms of actual results because it’s a tough battle against incumbent car-manufacturers, which have more than enough financial power to sustain a prolonged fight in terms of market dominance. Nevertheless, if Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) manages to keep an innovative approach, 25 years seem about enough to show the world how much more technology can do for us.
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