The Most Expensive Tech Stocks Of All Time You Should Know About

The indicator of any company’s market value is the stock price of the same. On the basis of the number of shares outstanding, the share price of a stock also varies. There is a reason why some particular stocks are priced so high. 

Either the company has never completed a stock split, or it has very rarely. For evaluating a stock along with its absolute share price, there are several ways. 

The Most Expensive Tech Stocks Of All Time 

Now I will discuss the most expensive tech stocks of all time. Here are some of the largest companies in the United States and also abroad. Though there is no definite answer to this question, as on the basis of the market situation, the stock price, market capital vary. 

But this article will definitely help you to choose the best stocks to buy now

Top Companies By Stock Price

BRK.A or Berkshire Hathaway or Warren Buffet is the most expensive publicly traded stock. As of July 2021, per share, it was trading at $425,645. And all the credit goes to the spectacular shareholder gains along with its founder’s idiosyncrasies.

In terms of absolute stock prices, the next company, just after Berkshire, is NVR. By the time of mid-July 2021, the stock price reached $4,656.08. Here are some more names with the stock price during the same timeline. 

  • Seaboard Corporation - $3,808.66. 
  • - $3,415.25.
  • BKNG or Booking Holdings - $2,298.23.

Top Companies By Market Cap

As of October 2020, by market capitalization, AAPL or Apple is the biggest company with $2 trillion. The list continues with the following top names.

  • MSFT or Microsoft - $1.6 trillion. 
  • AMZN or - $1.5 trillion.
  • GOOGL or Google - $1.1 trillion.
  • Berkshire Hathaway - $510 billion.

The Chinese energy giant PTR or PetroChina successfully reached an estimated market value of approximately $1 trillion back in 2000 in its IPO. But in the total share count calculation, this very valuation also included the shares, which were not publicly traded. 

And this valuation did not stick as well. And as of mid-July 2021, the market capitalization of PTR or PetroChina stood at just $46.77. 

Tops Companies By Revenue

WMT or Walmart comes in number on exposition, in terms of the most significant international companies by its revenue. And this is as per the Fortune 500 list. In 2019, the revenues of Walmart were $514.4. After Walmart, the list continues with the following names.

  • Sinopec Group - $444.6 billion. 
  • China’s State Grid - $398.2 billion.
  • PetroChina or China National Petroleum - $366 billion.
  • Royal Dutch Shell - $344.8 billion.
  • Volkswagen - $299 billion.
  • Toyota Motors - $272 billion.

Here is the list of names on the basis of the revenues of the United States headquartered information of 2019. 

  • Walmart.
  • XOM or ExxonMobil - $264.9 billion yearly.
  • Apple - $260.2 billion.
  • Berkshire Hathaway - $254.6 billion.
  • CVS - $256.0 billion.
  • UnitedHealth Group - $242.3 billion. 
  • McKesson - $214.3 billion. 

Top Private Companies

When it comes to the private companies, Minnesota-based Cargill is ranked the most significant private United States company by Forbes, with annual revenues of $115.5 billion. This company is being operated with 160,000 employees. 

Here is the rest of the list with their annual revenues. 

  • Koch Industries - $110 billion, along with 130,000 employees.
  • Albertsons grocery chain - $60.5 billion, with 267,000 employees.
  • Accounting Giant Deloitte - $43.2 billion, with more than 236,000 employees. 
  • Accounting Giant PricewaterhouseCoopers - $41.3 billion, with the number of employees almost the same as above. 

Bottom Line

If we consider pure market value research, the crown of the most valuable company of all time goes to Apple. Although in September 2018, Amazon had briefly hit the market capitalization of $1 trillion. So, it is certainly possible that the market capital or any other company will exceed Apple’s. And though the chances are really small, any other company also can beat Berkshire Hathaway as the single stock with the highest price. 

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