Apple hits new all-time high

Apple hit a new all-time high on Friday, briefly surpassing its previous high of $183.50.

The stock was pushed higher by news that Warren Buffett had bought 75 million shares in the first quarter.

The stock is now roughly $20 per share short of a $1 trillion market cap.

The Dow dropped 100 points at the open; tech giants Amazon, Alphabet, Netflix and Facebook all started trading in the red but Apple traded nearly 4 percent up.

Buffett is in Omaha for the annual meeting of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, and he hasn’t been shy about his bull case for Apple.

The legendary tech investor revealed his firm bought a stunning 75 million Apple shares in first quarter and said obsessing over iPhone X sales in the near term “totally misses the point” on the stock.

With Friday’s bump, Apple is up 6 percent on the year and 1.5 percent off its 52-week high.