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Warren Buffet and Jeff Bezos can be made for just 73 rupees, know how

Shares of biggies like Google, Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and Netflix can be bought for just one dollar

new Delhi. For the past few months, from the domestic stock market to the foreign stock market are at a record high. Especially after Joe Biden became President, markets are seeing more boom. In such a situation, Indian investors also want to invest money in such millionaire shares, but their value is so high that it is not possible for every Indian investor, but now it can be possible. You will not have to spend millions of rupees to invest in big companies like Google, Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and Netflix. You can invest only one dollar i.e. 73 rupees. Let us also tell you how?

What is the actual price of the shares of

the big companies If you talk about the actual price of the shares of the world’s big companies, then the price of one share of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is $ 3.50 million, which is about 26 million rupees. While a share of Jeff Bezos’ company, Amazon, will cost $ 3,292, or Rs 2.4 lakh. Talking about Google at the same time, you will have to spend 1.4 lakh rupees for this. At the same time, Netflix will have to spend Rs 41,218 and to buy a share of Microsoft, Rs 16,479.

Can get a dollar stake

, giving London broking and advisory firm Globlaij Indian investors the ability to just invest a dollar in stocks. If an Indian investor invests $ 1 in Warren Buffett’s company Berkshire Hathaway, you get 1 / 3,50,620th of the share. In this way, you can invest in these stocks according to your ability. The only condition is that you have to invest at least one dollar.

There is already a trend in

foreign markets, the practice of investing in pieces in foreign markets is already going on. Overseas assets such as horse races, yachts and aircrafts allow for splint investment. American brokers also make such offers in the stock market due to technical convenience. According to the company’s co-founder Vikas Nanda, there is no such agreement that you will have to buy at least a certain stake. You can invest that ‘value’ by deciding the amount according to your ability. The order will be completed on the same basis. Also Read:Mukesh Ambani’s Dhansu plan of the company, everything from office to home will soon be smart




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