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Breaking Barriers: Berkshire Hathaway’s Thrilling Race To $1 Trillion Valuation – Will It Surpass The Elusive $400 Price Level?


  • Berkshire Hathaway, led by Warren Buffett, is nearing a $1 trillion valuation, positioning it alongside giants like Microsoft and Apple.
  • A key factor is Berkshire’s substantial investment in Apple.
  • In 2023, Berkshire’s stock rose 14%.

As Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc (NYSE: BRK-B) approaches an incredible milestone, with a valuation of $1 trillion within reach, it solidifies the company’s enduring success and positions it alongside corporate powerhouses such as Microsoft Corp MSFT and Apple Inc AAPL.

One notable factor behind this achievement is the company’s substantial stake in Apple, which plays a pivotal role in its investment portfolio.

In 2023, the company experienced a significant period as its stock soared by an impressive 14%. However, it’s worth mentioning that although the stock was in an upward trend, it faced challenges in surpassing the previous all-time high of $362, which was created in March 2022.

There were breakthrough moments in August and September 2023 when the stock briefly exceeded this level. Nevertheless, $362 remained a strong resistance point.

The start of 2024 brought a fresh wave of energy. January saw the stock forcefully break through resistance levels, and experienced a surge of 7%. As we progress through February, the stock has already made a gain of nearly 2%.

Investors are now eagerly anticipating the Q4 earnings report, set to be released on February 26th, especially considering the positive Q3 earnings. Surpassing expectations, the actual earnings reached $4.96, exceeding the estimated $4.59.

As the stock continues to climb, there is hope that the stock will break through the $400 level, which is seen as a significant resistance point. Surpassing this milestone would not only be a remarkable achievement for Berkshire Hathaway but also a clear sign of the company’s financial strength and continued appeal to investors.

After the closing bell on Monday, February 5, the stock closed at $390.76, trading up by 0.01%.

This article is from an unpaid external contributor. It does not represent Benzinga’s reporting and has not been edited for content or accuracy.


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