Key Data Points
|Day’s Range:||$281.78 – $284.95|
|52wk Range:||$221.26 – $295.65|
You Can Buy Berkshire Hathaway’s Portfolio
Value investors can also buy the second largest equity position, Bank of America BAC, if they are interested in owning one of the large banks.
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. holder’s option, into 1,500 shares of Class B common stock.
When more than one class of stock is offered, companies traditionally designate them as Class A and Class B, with Class A carrying more voting rights than Class B shares. Class A shares may offer 10 voting rights per stock held, while class B shares offer only one.
What companies are in Berkshire Hathaway B stock?
Stocks that Buffett recently sold
|Stock||Number of Shares Owned||Value of Total Stake|
|AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV)||20,527,861||$2.3 billion|
|Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY)||26,294,266||$1.8 billion|
|Chevron (NYSE:CVX)||23,123,920||$2.4 billion|
|General Motors (NYSE:GM)||60,000,000||$3.6 billion|
Why is BRK A so expensive?
Conclusion. The main reason why Berkshire Hathaway Class A stock is priced so high is that the company didn’t decide to split its stock. As a result, the price of each share has risen along with the immense growth of the holding company over the past decades and is now the most ‘expensive’ publicly trading stock.
Who owns the most Berkshire Hathaway stock?
Top 10 Owners of Berkshire Hathaway Inc
|The Vanguard Group, Inc.||9.73%||126,849,561|
|SSgA Funds Management, Inc.||5.85%||76,283,872|
|BlackRock Fund Advisors||5.76%||75,095,911|
|Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation T…||2.97%||38,686,679|
What is BRK B fair value?
BRK. B Fair Value (Implied Value)
|BRK.B Implied Value: 5-Year Historical Multiples Average|
|BRK.B vs. SPY Historical Price/Book Value Ratio Premium/Discount|
3. Class A shares can be converted into class B, but not the other way around. If you own class A shares, then you can convert them into class B at any time. Each class A share you convert then becomes 1500 class B shares.
Berkshire Hathaway Class A is the company’s original stock offering, known for its stratospheric price per share. Berkshire Hathaway Class B shares, first issued in 1996, are more modestly priced and have a correspondingly modest share of equity value in the company.