What is the most expensive stock ever
The 5 most expensive stocks in the world
Many companies deliberately keep the price of their shares within a framework that gives investors of all financial strength the opportunity to become shareholders in the company. For this purpose, they use the so-called stock split, which keeps the securities at a favorable price level.
Other societies do without these purely optical corrections. This is usually done in order to show the public the exorbitant development in value immediately, without anyone having to do long calculations. The 5 most expensive stocks in the world.
5. Zuger Kantonalbank (€ 4,915.60)
Zuger Kantonalbank AG has 14 branches in the Swiss canton of Zug with a market capitalization of € 1.42 billion. The leading universal bank in the economic area offers comprehensive financial services for small and medium-sized companies as well as for private individuals. In the past 12 months (as of the beginning of May 2017), shareholders were able to look forward to price gains of almost 11%. A share currently pays € 4,915.60.
4. Sachsenmilch AG (€ 5025.01)
Sachsenmilch AG is part of the Müller Group. The company sells its products such as butter, fresh milk, semi-hard cheese, yogurt and dessert specialties under the “Sachsenmilch” and “Käsemeister” brands. Their market capitalization is € 50.25 million. Investors currently pay a price of € 5025.01 for a unit certificate. In December 2016, the company filed an application for delisting from the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
3rd Berlin Zoological Garden (€ 5,250.00)
Zoologische Garten Berlin AG has a market capitalization of € 61.11 million and consists of the Tierpark Berlin, the Zoo-Aquarium and the Zoo Berlin. The Berlin Zoo is one of the most species-rich zoos in the world and offers around 1,400 different animal species on 33 hectares. A share in Zoologische Garten Berlin AG currently costs € 5,250.
2. Lindt & Sprüngli AG (€ 61,746.65)
Lindt & Sprüngli AG produces and sells chocolate all over the world. It is the umbrella organization of an international group of companies. The various pralines and chocolates are produced in 8 production facilities in the United States of America and in Europe and distributed in our own branches and via an international network around the world. Lindt has a market capitalization of € 13.65 billion. One share of the company costs € 61,746.65.
1. Berkshire Hathaway (€ 225,181.65)
Berkshire Hathaway, with a market capitalization of € 374.36 billion, is the investment holding of stock market guru and major investor Warren Buffett from Nebraska. The holding company with over 50 subsidiaries is active in a large number of different economic sectors. These include insurance, energy supply, media and the production of consumer goods. The price for a share of Berkshire Hathaway is currently € 225,181.65.
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