Portfolio holdings of Warren Buffett. Berkshire Hathaway's Portfolio. Warren Buffett stock picks:
Stock Holdings
Warren Buffett - Berkshire Hathaway

Period: Q1 2015
Portfolio date: 31 Mar 2015
No. of stocks: 47
Portfolio value: $107,133,479,000

Stock% of portfolioSharesRecent activityReported Price*
hist WFC - Wells Fargo 23.88 470,292,359 Add 1.47% $54.40
hist KO - Coca Cola Co. 15.14 400,000,000 $40.55
hist IBM - International Bus. Machines 11.92 79,565,115 Add 3.37% $160.50
hist AXP - American Express 11.06 151,610,700 $78.12
hist WMT - Wal-Mart Stores 4.64 60,385,293 $82.25
hist PG - Procter & Gamble 4.04 52,793,078 $81.94
hist USB - U.S. Bancorp 3.41 83,773,390 Add 4.59% $43.67
hist DVA - DaVita HealthCare Partners 2.93 38,565,570 $81.28
hist DTV - DIRECTV Group Inc. 2.49 31,353,468 $85.10
hist MCO - Moody's Corp. 2.39 24,669,778 $103.80
hist GS - Goldman Sachs Group 2.22 12,631,531 $187.97
hist GM - General Motors 1.44 41,000,000 $37.50
hist DE - Deere & Co. 1.42 17,310,090 Add 1.25% $87.69
hist CHTR - Charter Communications 1.08 5,979,136 Reduce 3.53% $193.11
hist USG - USG Corp. 0.97 39,002,016 $26.70
hist PCP - Precision Castparts 0.82 4,200,792 Add 47.21% $210.00
hist VRSN - Verisign Inc. 0.81 12,985,000 $66.97
hist BK - Bank of New York 0.78 20,680,420 Reduce 6.05% $40.24
hist VZ - Verizon Communications 0.68 15,000,928 $48.63
hist MTB - M&T Bank Corp. 0.64 5,382,040 $127.00
hist SU - Suncor Energy Inc. 0.61 22,354,294 $29.25
hist COST - Costco Co. 0.61 4,333,363 $151.50
hist V - Visa Inc. 0.60 9,885,160 Reduce 1.51% $65.41
hist PSX - Phillips 66 0.55 7,499,450 Add 14.19% $78.60
hist VIAB - Viacom Inc. 0.53 8,265,079 Reduce 4.27% $68.30
hist LBTYA - Liberty Global Inc. 0.50 10,342,793 Reduce 4.38% $51.47
hist CBI - Chicago Bridge & Iron Company 0.49 10,701,110 $49.26
hist WBC - WABCO Holdings Inc. 0.44 3,863,195 Reduce 5.23% $122.88
hist MA - Mastercard Inc. 0.42 5,229,756 Reduce 3.15% $86.39
hist LBTYK - Liberty Global Inc. C 0.34 7,346,968 $49.81
hist TMK - Torchmark Corp. 0.33 6,353,727 $54.92
hist QSR - Restaurant Brands International 0.30 8,438,225 $38.41
hist LMCK - Liberty Media Corp. CL C 0.29 8,000,000 $38.20
hist GE - General Electric 0.25 10,585,502 $24.81
hist FOXA - Twenty-First Century Fox 0.20 6,228,097 Add 31.19% $33.84
hist SNY - Sanofi Aventis 0.18 3,905,875 $49.44
hist LMCA - Liberty Media Corp. 0.14 4,000,000 $38.55
hist GHC - Graham Holdings Co. 0.11 107,575 $1049.63
hist VRSK - Verisk Analytics Inc. 0.10 1,563,434 $71.40
hist NOV - National Oilwell Varco Inc. 0.09 1,978,895 Reduce 62.37% $49.99
hist MEG - Media General 0.07 4,646,220 $16.49
hist DNOW - NOW Inc. 0.04 1,825,569 $21.64
hist JNJ - Johnson & Johnson 0.03 327,100 $100.60
hist MDLZ - Mondelez International 0.02 578,000 $36.09
hist KRFT - Kraft Foods Group 0.02 192,666 $87.11
hist UPS - United Parcel Service 0.01 59,400 $96.94
hist LEE - Lee Enterprises 0.00 88,863 $3.17

* Reported Price is the price of the security as of the portfolio date. This value is significant in that it indicates the portfolio manager's confidence in the stock at that price and suggests at least some level of undervaluation or margin of safety.

Sector % analysis

Financials 44.71

Consumer Staples 24.47

Information Technology 12.73

Consumer Discretionary 4.64

Services 3.97

Health Care 3.14

Industrials 2.54

Industrial Goods 1.46

Materials 1.16

Telecommunications Services 0.68

Consumer Goods 0.44

Energy 0.09

Articles & Commentaries

25 Jul 2015 Berkshire Hathaway’s Bright Future

“Berkshire is cheap, and the risk-reward is favorable,” says David Rolfe, chief investment officer at Wedgewood Partners, a Ladue, Mo., firm that counts Berkshire among its largest holdings. “Buffett is giving you a road map on valuation, and we’re closer to 1.2 times book than two times.”
06 Jul 2015 10 Really Surprising Facts About Warren Buffett's Company
Warren Buffett's company is almost a century older than he is
02 Jul 2015 Warren Buffett Re-Examines Reinsurance

“What was a very lucrative business is no longer a very lucrative business going forward,” Ajit Jain, a longtime top lieutenant to Mr. Buffett and a potential candidate to succeed him as chief executive, said in an interview. Berkshire will pursue reinsurance deals when they make sense, he said. “But since the reinsurance business isn’t going to offer as many opportunities for the foreseeable future, we feel like we should go down the food chain.”