The Highest and Lowest Stock Prices

I’m quickly realizing that no one really wants to read about the stock market based on google analytics and the fact that everyone keeps saying “wait, what’s your goal this month?”  So, instead of boring you with play-by-play of this past week on stock market studying, here’s some things you can easily scan that I think are interesting whether you want to own stock or not.

As of Friday, September 18, these are the 10 highest priced US exchanged stocks:

10.  Allergan Pic (AGN) = $295.29.  They’re a pharmaceutical company.

9.  Blackrock (BLK) = $308.87.  They’re an asset manager that provides guidance to individuals or financial professionals or institutions.

8.  Biogen Idec Inc (BIIB) = $314.67.  They develop, manufacture, and market innovative therapies for patients with neurological, autoimmune, and hematologic disorders.

7. Inc (AMZN) = $540.26.  They deliver stuff you don’t need by drones.

6.  Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (REGN) = $550.36.  They are a bio-pharmaceutical company that invents stuff for medical terms that were too long to type.

5.  Google Inc Class C (GOOG) = $629.25.  Google split their shares and I’m not exactly sure why but I know the Class C means you don’t have voting rights.  Rumor has it by doing this it allows founders the ability to stay in control.

4.  Google Inc (GOOGL) = $660.92.  They remember my every move on the internet and surprise me with ads for things they know I want to buy from Pottery Barn.

3.  Autozone (AZO) = $724.99.  They are an auto parts retailer and will get slogans like “get in the zone…AUTOZONE” in your head for days.

2.  Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) = $729.48.  They are the reason I wear a size 6 instead of a 4.

1. Inc (PCLN) = $1,294.47.  They hired William Shatner and the girl from the Big Bang Theory to try to get you to take more vacations.


As of Friday, September 18, these are the 10 lowest priced US exchanged stocks:

10.  General Electric Company (GE) = $24.80.  They do everything.

9.  EMC Corp (EMC) = $24.09.  They’re the reason I get to tag along and go to Vegas every May with Chris when he goes to their conference.  They do cloud computing, data storage, and get A-list singers to perform at their conference every year.

8.  Apple Hospitality REIT Inc (APLE) = $18.91.  They’re a real estate investment trust that owns one of the largest portfolios of upscale, select service hotels in the US.

7.  Applied Materials (AMAT) = $15.93.  They supply equipment, services and software that have something to do with our TVs, computers, homes, and phones.

6.  Marathon Oil Corp (MRO) = $15.84.  They use words like oil, gas, and mining.

5.  Bank of America Corp (BAC) = $15.56.  They stash people’s cash.

4.  Micron Technology (MU) = $15.50.  They do something with semiconductor devices which magically turn into things like flash memory and solid state drives.

3.  Ford Motor Company (F) = $14.28.  They hire Matthew McConaughey to do creepy commercials to help them sell Lincoln cars.

2.  Freeport-Mcmoran Inc (FCX) = $10.88.  They are the world’s largest producer of copper, gold and molybdenum….whatever that is.

1.  Rite Aid Corp (RAD) = $7.51.  They take a lot of our money when we buy water, protein shakes, sunscreen, and tylenol when we’re on vacation.