Warren Buffett: Stocks He Owns

Warren Buffett, The Man and His Personal Stock Buys
Warren Buffett is, by far, the most successful purchaser of stocks. Buffett is CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, an investment firm that Buffett himself has a seventeen percent interest in. Considering, that Berkshire Hathaway current stock price is about three hundred four dollars a share, that alone would note him as a very successful investor.

Warren Buffett Personal Stock Portfolio
The Warren Buffett stock portfolio has more than twenty billion dollar positions! His current stock portfolio has 48 stock positions worth an astounding one hundred sixty-eight billion. Warren Buffett owns forty-four thousand seven hundred forty-eight dollars worth of Verizon stock. How much does this represent out of Buffett’s stock portfolio? His total stock in Verizon only amounts to 0.000003% of his portfolio. Now, let’s in comparison, look at top four stocks in his portfolio.

The Top Four Stocks in Warren Buffett’s Portfolio
Warren Buffett’s top four in his stock portfolio stands at:

  1. Kraft Heinz
  2. Wells Fargo
  3. Apple
  4. Cola-Cola

Buffett owns 325,634,818 billion shares of Kraft Heinz stock. Kraft Heinz current stock price is $84.83 dollars a share. This currently amounts to $27.62 billion dollars. Buffett owns 467.987,270 million shares of Wells Fargo stock. Wells Fargo’s latest stock price is $52.17 dollars a share and Buffett owns $24.41 billion dollars of Well Fargo stock. His stock is Apple is worth total about $20.81 billion dollars and his total amount of stock in Coca-Cola is $18.24 billion dollars.

Warren Buffett stock portfolio also has companies such as Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Goldman Sachs, General Motors, just to name a few of these profitable companies he has in his stock portfolio. Currently, Warren Buffett is the third wealthiest person in the United States.

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