Most Expensive Stocks of All Time

What are the most expensive shares? It's Berkshire Hathaway, BRK.A. This A-class share was worth more than $300,000. The share traded at more than $300,000. It reached an all-time high price of $347,000 in 2020, before closing at $240,000 on March 23, 2020 when the coronavirus outbreak hit the stock exchange.

Warren Buffet is chairman and CEO at Berkshire Hathaway. He also happens to be chairman and CEO at Berkshire Hathaway. It is a holding company for multinational conglomerates, with its headquarters in Omaha, United States of America. It holds significant stakes in up to 20 companies and has more than 60 companies from different sectors.

What were the other most expensive shares? There were two stocks that had share prices over $100,000 as of March 23, 2020. The closing price for Pendrell Corp. Class B, Specialty Business Services was $153,000 per share. Bactolac Pharmaceutical was next, and the closing price for its share was $120,000.

These shares were ordered by price per share. Amazon Inc is the company with the highest stock price. This list was compiled by financial services organizations around the globe. Some stocks are highly valued because the company has never done a stock split.

Market Value

To understand the size of a company relative to other companies, market value or market capitalisation are needed. Market capitalisation is the value of a company in the open marketplace. It also measures the perception of the market about its prospects.

Market capitalization is used to set rational expectations about a stock. It's used to create a solid portfolio investment strategy. Large caps are companies with a market capital exceeding $10 billion. Mid-cap companies usually range between $2 billion and $10 billion. Market capitalisation for small-cap companies is below $2 billion

Large-cap companies are more likely to experience steady but low share price growth. The risk is higher for small-cap companies, which offer higher returns but higher risks. These companies don't usually pay dividends.

Microsoft is the largest US-listed stock and has the highest market capital. Berkshire Hathaway is the 10 biggest stock, with a market capital of approximately $391.9 billion. These companies include Alphabet Inc., Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc., Alibaba Group LTD Holding ADR and Facebook. Johnson & Johnson, ExxonMobil are also following these players.

Asset Classes

Market capitalisation can have an impact on the asset classes, or categories into which stocks are placed. This has an effect on mutual funds as well as ETFs. Institutional investors also have an impact on individual stock ownership due to capitalization.

70% of US stocks are made up of domestic large-cap stocks. These stocks have a market capitalization of more than $8 billion. Similar to domestic mid-cap stocks, these stocks typically contain 20% of US stocks based on market capital. In this instance, the market capitalisation range is usually between $1 billion and $8 billion. The bottom 10% of US market capitalisation is made up of domestic small caps.

Blue-chip stocks are large-cap stocks. They have strong credibility and market recognition. They also have high productivity and financial stability. These stocks are highly profitable. Large-cap stocks have a long history and are well-informed. Their share value doesn't appreciate as much than low-cap and mid-cap stocks. They are known for giving moderate returns. These stocks have a dividend component that generates returns.

Large-cap stocks are backed by a strong financial infrastructure. They are more resilient to market volatility. Large-cap stocks have lower investment risk. Contrary to mid-cap

Large caps are not at risk during market contractions, unlike small-cap stocks.

Potential investors are more likely to trust large-cap stocks due to their long history. These stocks are more expensive than other stocks. These stocks are the most liquid option for investors due to their popularity and high demand. These stocks are, in most instances, more expensive than other investment options.

Mid-cap stocks can be an alternative to large-cap stock options. These companies are often a start-up and have evolved into more established businesses with many business units or product lines. Mid-cap stocks tend to be less volatile and provide regular returns. The potential for capital appreciation is immense in mid-cap companies.

Small caps refer to smaller companies that are often in the startup phase. These companies are often small and have one product or service. They may not have the capital to finance additional products. These stocks can offer high returns for investors but they carry greater risks.

ETFs and mutual funds

Many stock market benchmarks are market-weighted. These indices include a group of stocks that are weighted according to their market cap. The performance of an ETF will be affected by the market cap and top holdings.


Over the years, business perceptions and reporting have changed. The criteria for listing companies has changed to reflect their intrinsic value and reputation. Many companies' fortunes are tied to market value. Market value is an expectation. Apple Inc. has long been considered a valued company. Amazon is a close second. Although another company might have a larger market capital than Apple, it is unlikely that their stock prices will surpass Berkshire Hathaway's.

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