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Top 10 Most Expensive Stocks In The World (August 2021)

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If you are a prudent investor, you should place your money in safe investments such as term deposits and bonds. Consider investing in stocks if you have a risk appetite. By thinking long-term, seeking assistance from a skilled finance professional, and avoiding high-fee products, you may maximize your stock market profits. It would be fascinating to look at the list of the most expensive stocks in the world! It's vital to understand that we're only looking at the stock price to evaluate how pricey or expensive the stock is.

 

So, here is a list of some of the most expensive stocks in the world:

Top 10 Most Expensive Stocks In The World (August 2021)

Top 10 Most Expensive Stocks In The World (August 2021)

Company Currency Price Market cap Listing
Berkshire Hathaway- Dollar 430,160.00 653.331B NYSE
Lindt & Sprüngli AG CHF 105,500.00 24.886B SWX
NVR Dollar 5,212.95 18.578B NYSE
Seaboard Corporation Dollar 3,960.99 4.598B NYSE
Amazon Inc Dollar 3,344.94 1.694T NASDAQ
Alphabet Dollar 2,714.77 1.818T NASDAQ
Booking Holdings Inc Dollar 2,182.98 89.633B NASDAQ
Cable ONE Dollar 1,968.97 11.883B NYSE
Chipotle Mexican Grill Dollar 1,887.15 53.019B NYSE
AutoZone Incorporated Dollar 1,629.85 35.115B NYSE

Berkshire Hathaway
 

Berkshire Hathaway

In this list of the world's most expensive equities, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is unquestionably at the top. At the time of writing, its class A-shares were trading on the NYSE for 4,21,306.00 a share. Berkshire Hathaway owns 100% of the firms FlightSafety International, NetJets, Fruit of the Loom, GEICO, Helzberg Diamonds, Lubrizol, Dairy Queen, and BNSF. Apple, American Express Coca-Cola, and Wells Fargo are among the blue-chip corporations in which the company holds large minority stakes.

Warren Buffett, the company's chairman and chief executive, and Charlie Munger, one of the company's vice-chairmen, are noted for their control and leadership. Buffett focused on long-term investments in publicly traded companies early in his tenure at Berkshire Hathaway, but he has recently purchased more full companies.

Lindt & Sprüngli AG

Lindt & Sprüngli AG

Lindt & Sprüngli AG, or Lindt, is a Swiss confectionery and chocolatier firm that was founded in 1845. It is well-known for its chocolate bars and truffles, among other confections. Lindt purchased Hofbauer sterreich, an Austrian chocolatier, in 1994, Caffarel, an Italian chocolatier, in 1997, and Ghirardelli, an American chocolatier, in 1998. Lindt has six factories throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. In addition, the Ghirardelli plant is in San Leandro, California, and the Caffarel facility is in Italy. In Australia, Lindt has eight chocolate cafés, four each in Sydney and Melbourne.

Lindt operates more than 410 chocolate stores and cafés around the world. Chocolate and desserts are the mainstays of the café's menu. Handmade chocolates, macarons, pastries, and ice cream are also available at Lindt chocolate cafés.

Next Plc

Next Plc

Next is a British retailer of footwear, apparel, and home goods established in Enderby, Leicestershire. Around 700 stores are open, including 500 in the United Kingdom and Ireland and roughly 200 throughout continental Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. In 2012, Next overtook Marks & Spencer as the UK's largest clothes retailer by sales. Next Sourcing, which specializes in own-brand items, and Lipsy, which designs and sells its own branded fashion products for women through online, wholesale, and retail channels, are two of the company's other endeavors. In 2017, Next Plc generated £4.1 billion ($5.6 billion) in revenue and £790 million ($1.09 billion) in profit before tax.

Seaboard Corporation

Seaboard Corporation

Seaboard Corporation is a multibillion-dollar agriculture and transportation giant with a wide range of businesses. The company's main activities in the United States are pork production and processing, as well as ocean transportation. Seaboard Corporation is a Fortune 500 behemoth with $5.81 billion in revenue in 2017. Pork farming and processing, as well as ocean transportation, are the company's core businesses. Seaboard is also involved in commodity retailing, grain processing, sugar manufacturing, and the generation of electricity on a global scale. The firm has 30 cargo ships. Seaboard Corp. is based in Merriam, Kansas, and employs around 23,000 people.

Amazon

Amazon

Amazon is an online retailer based in the United States that sells and delivers a variety of products. With a market capitalization of over 900 billion dollars, it is currently one of the most valuable firms in the world.

Internet users, suppliers, and producers can utilise Amazon's website as an online store to sell any things they choose. As a result, the company's primary operation is the sale of diverse commodities.

The popularity of the business grew as a result of high-quality goods, reasonable costs, quick delivery, and a diverse selection.

On July 5, 1994, Jeff Bezos launched Amazon in his garage in Bellevue, Washington. It began as a book-selling website, but has now evolved to include gadgets, software, video games, fashion, furniture, cuisine, toys, and jewellery. By market capitalization, Amazon surpassed Walmart as the most valuable retailer in the United States in 2015.

NVR Inc

NVR Inc

NVR, Inc. is a residential building corporation. It also has a mortgage banking division and a title services division. The company's primary market is the United States East Coast. It began as Ryan Homes in 1940 and changed its name to NVR Incorporated in 1980. So far, the corporation has built over 3.65 lakh homes in the United States. In the United States, the business has built about 365,000 homes. Paul C. Saville is the current CEO of NVR Inc. In 2017, the company generated $6.30 billion in revenue and $537 million in net income.

Ryan Homes, NVHomes, and Heartland Homes are some of the company's brands. The corporation normally does not engage in land development; instead, it purchases ready-to-build land parcels, which reduces risk. Based on the number of homes completed in 2019, the company is the fourth largest home construction company in the United States.

Booking Holdings Inc.

Booking Holdings Inc.

Booking Holdings, formerly The Priceline Group Inc., is the largest travel service provider in the world. Car rental, ticket sales, office and hotel room reservations, and other services are among the company's offerings.

When entrepreneur Jay Walker launched The Priceline Group Inc. in 1997, the company's history began. The company went public two years later, with an asset value of $12.9 billion on the first trading day. The corporation announced a nearly $14.5 billion yearly profit at the end of 2018.

Alphabet Inc

Alphabet Inc

Google, the world's most well-known Internet firm, recently changed its name to Alphabet.

The company was once outside the reach of the well-known Google search engine, but it now owns a slew of other businesses.

The Internet holding is led by Sergey Brin and Larry Page, who co-founded the mega-company in 1998.

Alphabet Inc. owns and operates over thirty well-known services and subsidiaries, including AdWords, Android, YouTube, and others.

Alphabet Inc., headquartered in Mountain View, California, is an American multinational conglomerate. On October 2, 2015,it was formed as a result of a Google restructuring, and it became the parent company of Google and numerous previous Google subsidiaries.

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Chipotle Mexican Grill, or just Chipotle, is a Mexican restaurant chain with locations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and France. It specialises in burritos and tacos. The company was named after the popular Mexican spice chipotle, which is made up of smoked red jalapenos.

Natural products and animal meat are promoted by the company. Chipotle is also one of the earliest quick casual restaurant chains, emphasising the same speed and convenience of service as fast food restaurants but also emphasising the absence of artificial and semi-finished items, a quieter décor, and recyclable dinnerware.

AutoZone

AutoZone

AutoZone is a retailer of automobile items and components based in the United States. After Advance Auto Parts, it is the second-largest retailer of automobile parts and accessories in the United States.

AutoZone is situated in Memphis, Tennessee, and was founded in 1979.

The corporation operates approximately 6,000 outlets in 49 states across the United States.

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