The price of bitcoin has hit an all-time high in recent days as investors try to get the cryptocurrency’s price to settle down before its next major move.
But it’s also been hitting a steep price decline, which could prove problematic for many companies that have issued their first bitcoin-based shares.
Here are some of the top stocks that have been taking the plunge this year.1.
Tesla (TSLA)The electric car maker has been in a long-running battle with Tesla over its $3.5 billion acquisition of SolarCity.
Tesla has been struggling to meet the price of its electric cars as it struggles to find a buyer for its shares in the market.
But with the company’s shares falling, it is possible the price could fall even further.
Tesla shares are currently trading at a record low of $936, with investors looking for a buyback offer for the stock.2.
Intel (INTC)Intel is trying to get its stock price to more normal levels, and that is likely going to require some consolidation.
Shares of the chip maker have been trading at historically low prices as the company struggles to keep up with the price swings in the tech industry.
That has caused some companies to issue their first bitcoins-based securities.
Intel shares have been hitting record highs since early 2016, and it was the first bitcoin company to issue a bitcoin-backed stock, in October.
Investors have been buying the shares as a way to cash in on the gains in the stock price.3.
Facebook (FB)Facebook’s shares have recently seen an unprecedented amount of buybacks, with the social media giant seeing a 25% jump in the first quarter.
Investors were looking to cash out the stock when it hit a record high of $17,826 in late February.
The company’s stock price has been trading near its record high ever since.4.
Google (GOOG)Google is also trying to raise the price for its bitcoins by selling shares.
In April, the company announced it was selling shares of its Google stock to raise money to buy back the company shares, which were trading at about $7,500.
However, the selloff in the share price has not translated into a surge in the company stock price, which is still trading near the record high level.5.
Intel Corporation (INCC)Intel’s stock has been hit by some big swings in recent years, with Intel losing around $20 billion in value over the past five years.
In the early days of the cryptocurrency boom, the shares were trading for between $1,000 and $1.5 million.
The latest rally, however, is pushing the shares higher and pushing the stock up more than $100 a share.
Intel’s shares are trading at record highs, but are still trading below their record high.
Intel shares are at record lows as the tech company struggles with the high cost of electricity, a problem that could potentially drive down the price further.6.
Apple (AAPL)The iPhone maker is also struggling to keep its share price above its record highs.
The Apple shares have seen a number of big swings this year, including a 30% increase in April and a 21% rise in May.
The recent rally is pushing Apple shares higher.7.
Coca-Cola (KO)Coca-Cola has struggled to keep a price-targeted stock on the move this year as the price continues to decline.
Shares are at an all time low, with a price of $3,874.7, which represents a decline of 27% from the record $5,000 level in mid-April.
The Coca-Colas stock price is now trading at $2,722, down 13% from its record price of just over $2.5 a share last year.8.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (FB).
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg announced in June that he would retire after 15 years with the business.
But Zuckerberg has been trying to convince people that his life is more valuable than his money, and his shares have soared.
He has sold off shares in his company to raise funds to buy up the shares.
Zuckerberg has also been buying back shares of Facebook stock as a method to cash-in on the huge gains in his stock price in recent months.9.
LinkedIn (LNKD)LinkedIn shares have experienced a steady price decline this year for a company that has been one of the biggest tech companies in the world.
LinkedIn’s shares were down more than 50% in the past year, which led to a $2 billion sell-off in October 2016.
Investors are now looking for more of a buyout offer.10.
Microsoft (MSFT)Microsoft is still facing the challenges of scaling up its business.
In October, Microsoft announced it would sell off shares of a stake in Microsoft in an effort to cut costs.
However that plan didn’t pan out, and shares have since fallen.