When retail investors are losing confidence due to market uncertainty and growth stocks have started performing poorly, most eyes are on the financial portfolio of Warren Buffet as he is one of the most successful as well as most popular investors in recent history. He is the greatest investor and helped his Berkshire Hathaway to become a multinational conglomerate equipped with one of the top 10 market capitalizations of a publicly-traded company. The company is highly diversified and is now valued at more than $765 billion.
His Berkshire owns companies across sectors and holds stock of many publicly traded companies. Being CEO of the company, Buffet is known for his high concentration in his portfolio. Just five stocks in his portfolio comprise more than 75 percent of the total. Many companies in the bouquet are good-paying dividend stocks. This is the reason many investors follow his buys and sells.
His current buys are Chevron Corp., Nu Holdings Ltd. and Activision Blizzard Inc. His current sell-offs include AbbVie Inc., Bristol-Myers Squibb, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Marsh & McLennan Cos. and Sirius XM Holdings.
The above is just a small example of his top stocks. There is a plethora of such buys and sells each week and each month. Following his portfolio closely may help in making money during the market uncertain period.
It is a rule that all the fund managers equipped with $100 million or more in assets should disclose publicly the stock holdings every quarter to the SEC through a 13F form. Investors can have a look at such filings frequently to know the buys and sells of some of the best investors in the industry.
Berkshire Hathaway company of Buffett has a market cap of $713 billion and Buffett started investing at a very young age when he was in his teens.