The Most Expensive Stock – Is It Worth The Money?

The most expensive stock is Berkshire Hathaway Inc, led by CEO Warren Buffett. Berkshire Hathaway’s stock price is currently sitting around $350,000 per share.

Today we’re going to discuss the most expensive stock on the stock market. But we’ll also cover the rest of the top five most expensive stocks.

The Most Expensive Stock By Market Capitalization

 These companies have high prices, tons of outstanding shares, millions of customers, and famous products. If you had invested in one of these companies in their nascent years, you’d be golden!

Apple is the preeminent smartphone manufacturer in the world. But beyond their famous iPhones, Apple also sells top-of-the-line personal computers, tablets, wearables and accessories, and services.

#1 – Apple – $2.25 trillion

Microsoft is famous for its personal computer software suite, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Skype. People use Microsoft to complete daily tasks worldwide to track business expenses and create college presentations.

#2 – Microsoft – $1.68 trillion

Amazon is Jeff Bezos’s famous Internet startup-turned-megalith. Many of us order from Amazon every week, see Amazon trucks driving down our streets, or use Amazon’s at-home services to play music or watch TV.

#3 – Amazon – $1.63 trillion

#4 – Alphabet – $1.19 trillion

Alphabet might be the one company on this list that doesn’t ring a bell. Why? Because Google created a parent company in 2015, named it Alphabet, and then made Google a subsidiary of Alphabet.

Facebook—a place to connect with friends, share pictures, and engage in arguments with people you haven’t seen in ten years. But seriously, Facebook is the largest social networking site in the world.

#5 – Facebook – $0.78 trillion

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