Are you willing to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to buy the share of a company? There are a lot of ways which can allow you to earn huge money and increase your profit. In this context, the best and foremost way for increasing income is to invest it in the leading companies. You can invest your money which is in stock but we recommend not to invest all of your money because it may be risky. Many companies are providing their stocks. Some of the stocks are affordable and everyone is able to purchase his while other are very expensive and not easily affordable. Therefore, you can know more about these stocks by reading the list of most expensive stocks of 2017.

Serial NoMost Expensive Stocks of 2017Price Per Stock
10Cable One Inc.$581.55
9Intuitive Surgical$717.66
8Google Inc.$753.83
7AutoZone Inc.$760.45
6Amazon.com Inc.$841.76
5Markel Corporation$925.91
4Priceline Group Inc.$1497.94
3NVR Inc.$1623.85
2Seaboard Corporation$3470
1Berkshire Hathaway Inc.$215,500

10. Cable One Inc. ($581.55)

Cable One is also the largest cable service provider in the world. It is also a former subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company. The Headquarter of Cable One is in Phoenix, Arizona. They are serving more than 800,000 people in about 21 states. What are they offering? They are offering high-definition programming, wireless internet services, and local as well as long distance phone service. The internet speed of Cable One is from 15 to 200 Mb/s. They also provide their shares to people with $581.55 per share. Therefore, it is one of the most expensive stocks.

9. Intuitive Surgical ($717.66)

The Intuitive Surgical Incorporation is the leading American company that produces robotic surgical systems. Better known for producing da Vinci Surgical System. This Surgical System allows surgery to perform via robots. According to reports, they have installed more than 1,242 system internationally in 2009. How they help surgeons? This surgical system allows for a surgeon to more precise micro-movement of instruments like scissors, bovie, and scalpel. Despite this, they also provide greater dexterity, visualization, and precision. The whole system costs about $1.5 million with additional charges of maintenance contracts and expenditures of these instruments. So the price of this company is about $717.66 which is one of the most expensive stocks.

8. Google Inc. ($753.83)

Nobody in the world is unaware of Google. It is another leading American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related products and services. These services are including cloud computing, hardware, software, search and online advertising technologies. Founded by Sergey Brin and Larry Page when there were scholars of Ph.D. at Stanford University in 1998. Headquarter of Google is in California, United States. So if you want to buy the stocks of this company, you have to pay $753.83 per share. Therefore, it is included in one of the most expensive stocks.

7. AutoZone Inc. ($760.45)

AutoZone is the 2nd largest retailer of automotive accessories and parts. It is just behind the leading company Advance Auto Parts. The Headquarter of AutoZone Incorporation is in Memphis, Tennessee in the United States of America. It was founded in 1979 and more than 6,000 stores in Mexico, the United States and Brazil. Founded by William C. Rhodes and Pitt Hyde, it also has some private labels including Valucraft, Duralast Gold, and Duralast. They are also sponsoring Timothy Peters and Kevin Harvick in NASCAR Busch Series. If you want to be the shareholder of AutoZone Incorporation then you have to pay $760.45.

6. Amazon.com Inc. ($841.76)

Amazon is the most valuable company in the world. It is American cloud computing and electronic commerce company in Seattle, Washington. Founded by the richest man in the world Jeff Bezos on 5th July 1994. Amazon is also the largest Internet-based retailer by market capitalization and sales in the whole world. They have also started an online bookstore, today market DVDs, CDs, software, audiobooks, Blue-rays, furniture, video games, apparel, toys, food and many other items. The revenue of Amazon in 2016 was US$135.98 billion. They also provide share with $841.76, therefore, one of the most expensive stocks.

5. Markel Corporation ($925.91)

Markel Corporation is another American holding company for investment, insurance, and reinsurance. They are covering the whole world. Founded in 1930 and have headquartered in Richmond. They are also providing special insurance for many things including child care centers, camps, motorcycles, medical transportation, farms, horses, and boats. Despite, they provide reinsurance for casualty, property and broker market. You can buy stock of Markel Corporation with $925.91. That’s why it is amongst the top most expensive Stocks in the world.

4. Priceline Group Inc. ($1497.94)

Priceline Group Inc. is the largest provider of travel services via various brands like priceline.com, booking.com, Rentalcars.com, agoda.com. KAYAK and OpenTable. They are operating their website in 200 countries with 40 languages. It is interesting to know that consumers booked more than 66.6 million rental car days, 556.6 million room nights of accommodation and 7.3 million airplane ticket through their websites. Therefore, they have got US$10.743 billion revenue in 2016. Founded by Jay S. Walker in 1997. You also are the shareholder of Priceline by buying the share with $1497.94. Therefore, it is one of the most expensive stocks.

3. NVR Inc. ($1623.85)

The NVR Incorporation builds homes and gives mortgages. CEO and president of the company are Paul C. Saville and the headquarters are in Reston, Virginia. The company markets homes under are Ryan Homes, Rymarc homes, Fox Ridge Homes, NVHomes, and Heartland Homes. NVR has provided homes for over 365,000 home buyers. They are serving in 15 states and more than 25 metropolitan areas. So for mortgage banking, NVR works through sixteen branches and the company also has a settlement services department. The total revenue of NVR Incorporation is about $5.275 billion and they provide stock with $2623.85.

2. Seaboard Corporation ($3470)

Seaboard Corporation is the largest transportation and multinational agribusiness conglomerate. They have started integrated operation with many other industries. They are engaging pork processing, production, and ocean transportation in the United States. Despite, they are also engaging grain processing, merchandising, electrical power and sugar production. It has also many subsidiaries including Seaboard Marine, Seaboard Foods, Mount Dora Farms, Seaboard Overseas and Trading Group and Tabacal Agroindustrial. They are mainly working in 45 countries with 23,000 employees. They are providing their share with $3470 which is one of the most expensive stocks.

1. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. ($215,500)

The leading with most expensive stocks in the world, Berkshire Hathaway is a corporation holding company. The founder of the company was Oliver Chace and it was founded in Cumberland, Rhode Island. Now, the company has owned by Warren Buffet, the chairman, president, and chief executive officer of the company. Therefore, he is one of the richest people in the world according to Forbes. Despite, he also holds many companies which fall in the categories of utilities, insurance, energy, manufacturing, retailing, service, and finance. The conglomerate owns BNSF, Dairy Queen, GEICO, and Helzberg Diamonds, Fruit of the Loom, as well as many others wholly. They are providing shock with $215,500.

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