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Berkshire Hathaway invests its largest stock in Apple, boosting iPhone maker’s shares up to 2 percent

Comments by business magnate and philanthropist Warren Buffet, on his company’s stake in Apple resulted in a sky high rise to 2 percent of Apple’s shares estimating a record increase for the company.

Earlier this month, a quarterly report showed Apple’s shaky stock of about $179.04, just short of its $179.26 record  with more than 10% reduction.

Buffet stated in a recent interview with CNBC that his company, Berkshire Hathway, had purchased maximum numbers of Apple shares than any other stock  in the previous year. He also applauded the iPhone’s makers’ ability to retain customers in their ongoing schemes.

On Apple’s front, the company is planning to launch its biggest ever iPhone, along with trending new smartphones as informed  by undisclosed resources. New York-based investment management firm Inverness Counsel’s Chief Investment Strategist Tim Ghriskey stated that “You still have a relatively inexpensive stock and an ecosystem that would be extremely hard to replicate,” Ghriskey added. “We concluded that Apple would come out with something and calm the market, and make investors look to the future.”

This has ultimately resulted to work in favor of Apple’s stock market value rising up to $989 billion.