Warren Buffett might be in a mood to party. The price of a single share of his “Class A” stock at Berkshire Hathaway hit a new high Thursday, closing at $202,850.
That’s up $3,241 or 1.6% for the day.
When Berkshire Hathaway submitted its second quarter filing with the SEC in June, it revealed that it added 2.3 million shares of Charter Communications to its stock holdings. The filing also showed Berkshire added 70 million shares of IBM, 15 million shares of Verizon, 33 million shares of General Motors, 16.5 million shares of Suncor Energy, and more than one million shares of Chicago Bridge & Iron. During the second quarter the company reduced its holdings of Conoco Phillips by 1.3 million, and 6.5 million shares of Philips 66. It also dumped its Directv holdings.