Some Reddit users believe that an AMC title can be worth $ 500,000. Top 3 most expensive American stocks in history

Those who watch the r / amcstock and r / wallstreetbets groups on the Reddit platform know that some of their members claim that an AMC title has the potential to be worth $ 500,000.

Never in the history of the American stock market has a stock been worth so much money. Whether or not the AMC stock has a chance to reach such a dizzying threshold is hard to say, and serious analysts avoid making such predictions. There is, however, an American title worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The value of a share does not always reflect the actual performance of the company. This is because many entities have divided the value of their shares (stock split). Apple, the most valuable American company, did this last summer. Others, such as GME, went through a short squeeze.

We present to you, for information purposes, the top 3 most expensive shares in the history of the American stock market:

3. Seaboard Corporation (SEB) – $ 4,650 (April 18, 2019)

Seaboard Corporation is a conglomerate with business in agriculture, freight, energy and transportation.

2. NVR Inc. (NVR) – $ 5,211.38 (May 7, 2021)

NVR is a construction and financial services group in the US state of Virginia. Among the companies he controls are Ryan Homes, Fox Ridge Home or NVR Mortgage.

1. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.A) – $ 437,259 (May 14, 2021)

A company stock – led by Warren Buffett, considered by some to be the largest investor of all time – recently hit a staggering $ 437,259. Initially, Berkshire was a small textile manufacturer. Today, the investment company has a market capitalization of over 660 billion dollars and holds stakes in entities such as Apple, Duracell or Coca-Cola.

It should be noted that none of these three companies has ever made a stock split.

Andrew is half-human, half-gamer. He’s also a science fiction author writing for BleeBot.

Andrew Vincent
Andrew is half-human, half-gamer. He's also a science fiction author writing for BleeBot.
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