In 1964 Berkshire Hathaway “A” Shares were $19 per share. On 28th May 2019 the same Shares were worth an astonishing $303,000 per Share, such that $1000 invested in 1964, would be worth almost $16m today.
(Last annual report Dec 2018)
Apple 5.4%, Value - $40.3bn
Bank of America 9.5%, Value - $22.6bn
Wells Fargo 9.8%, Value - $20.7bn
Coca Cola 9.4%, Value - $18.9bn
American express 17.9%, Value - $14.5bn
US Bank Corp 9.1%, Value - $6.7bn
Between 1999 and 2019, Land Registry data shows the average UK house price rose from £75,995 to £226,234, or 198%.
The industry group UK Finance estimates the average age of first-time buyers to be around 30 years old.
The report recommended that 340,000 new homes be built a year to not only cope with current demand but to tackle the backlog, too.
Yet in 2017/18, England housing stock increased by just 2%, or 220,000 homes, government data shows. That is still well short of what is needed. The housing shortage deepens with each passing year.
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