Warren Buffett is one of the most legendary investors on Wall Street.
He famously bought his first stock at age 11: oil and gas company Cities Service for $38 a share. Now, Buffett buys companies for his firm Berkshire Hathaway BRK.A BRK.B, and he and his team manage a growing, over $200 billion stock portfolio.
Over the years, Buffett developed widely followed investing strategies like “Invest in what you know”; “Keep a long-term mindset”; and “Identify cheap stocks,” among others. He is also known for reading through 10-Ks, SEC filings, and even earnings call transcripts for stock picking inspiration.
So what are Buffett’s top stock holdings? They include big bank and consumer brand names:
- Apple AAPL
- Bank of America BAC
- Wells Fargo WFC
- Coca-Cola KO
- American Express AXP
- Kraft Heinz KHC
- U.S. Bancorp USB
- JPMorgan Chase JPM
- Moody’s MCO
- Bank of New York Mellon BK
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