Warren Buffett Latest Portfolio

In the current Warren Buffett’s latest portfolio can be found a diversified investment strategy at work. Warren Buffett has historically invested. Warren Buffett uses best practices of investing when he diversifies his portfolio. His present portfolio contains 48 stocks across 11 sectors of investment sectors.
With 42.6% invested in Financial Services, this makes the largest sector of Warren Buffett’s Latest Portfolio. Warren Buffett investment in Financial Services is divided over 12 companies, which range from Bank of America (BK), Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) to Moody’s Corporation (MCO). In other words, the Warren Buffett Latest Portfolio invests heavily in Banks, Credit Services, Asset Management, Brokers & Exchanges and Life Insurance. Following Financial Services (42.6%) is Consumer Defensive.
The Consumer Defensive sector is made p of large companies that produce, manufacture or in the business of distributing consumer goods. Warren Buffett is invested in Non-alcoholic Beverages in the Coca-Cola Company (KO), The Kraft Heinz Company (KHC), Costco (COST) as well as in Education with Graham Holdings Co (GHC). Following Consumer Defensive investments Warren Buffett Latest Portfolio is 15.6% invested in Technology Stocks.
Apple Inc (AAPL), VeriSign (VRSN) and IBM make up the entire technology sector of Warren Buffett’s Latest Portfolio. Warren Buffett diversifies his technology stocks over hardware, online media and application software.
Within the Warren Buffett, Latest Portfolio can be seen a significant diversification across 11 sectors and an accumulated 48 individual stocks, with a total of 81.6% of the portfolio invested in Financial Services, Consumer defensive and Technology.
The “Oracle of Omaha” is investing heavily in markets that depend on financial services, consumer goods, and technology. Warren Buffett’s investment in AAPL seemed contradictory to his previous investment strategy, but Buffett commented APPL has an “extraordinary consumer franchise” which makes people profoundly connected to their products. Stocks on AAPL have been up 23.3% since the Warren Buffet Latest Portfolio purchased more AAPL shares at the end of 2017.

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