Buffetts favorite 15 shares: firmly holding Coca-Cola to continue to add apple

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 Buffetts favorite 15 shares: firmly holding Coca-Cola to continue to add apple


Buffett, a 88 year old global value investment soul, is the first bull stock in the US stock market and the worlds stock market. As of the end of May 1st Eastern time, the companys A-share (BRK.N) shares reached 292729.9 U.S. dollars, after it was once exceeded 300 thousand U.S. dollars. A shares of the King Guizhou Moutai (600519), the latter in Beijing, May 2nd closing price of 667.83 yuan, a share of Boxill Hathaway a share equivalent to 2787 shares of Guizhou Moutai. Before the shareholders meeting, Buffett disclosed the list of the top 15 companies in Berkshire Hathaway through the 2018 letter to shareholders. In line with the size of the market by the end of 2017, the top 15 companies in Boxill Hathaways position are rich country bank, Apple Corp, American bank, Coca-Cola, American Express, Phillips66, United States bank of America, Moodie, Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, Goldman Sachs Group, and New York. About bank Mellon, Charter TV, BYD and general motors. In the letter to shareholders in 2018, the top 15 positions disclosed were ranked according to market value and surging news reporters. Among them, Buffetts investment in Coca-Cola is quite long. Ever since Buffett bought it in 1988, he has been firmly holding. At a cost of $1 billion 299 million, the return on investment reached 1312.78% at the end of 2017. Buffett is very generous with Coca-Cola, and it is wise to publicly express this investment many times. He said in an interview that today, every 8 ounce Coca-Cola beverage sold can earn 1 cents from it. In 2017, the reporter took part in the shareholders meeting of the Boxill Hathaway company. In the stockholders shopping area next to the meeting, the Coca-Cola platform was located in the most prominent position at the entrance, and the portrait of Buffett was printed on the Coca-Cola bottle. However, the highest return on investment is not Coca-Cola, and two is Moodie. By the end of 2017, Berkshire Hathaway held 24 million 670 thousand shares of the Moodie company, with a cost of only $248 million, but a stock market value of $3 billion 642 million, with a cumulative yield of 1368.55%. In addition, a companys return on investment is more than 10 times -- American Express. At the cost of $1 billion 287 million, Buffett held 152 million shares of the company, and by the end of 2017, the cumulative yield reached 1069.85%. BYD is the first to appear on the list of heavily loaded positions, and is also the only Chinese company in Buffetts heavy position. In 2008, Buffett invested in HK $1 billion 800 million for BYD, which was also the first company he invested in China. By the end of 2017, by the end of 2017, Buffett had 225 million shares of BYD, with a share of 8.2%, and the rate of return was up to 745.26%, according to the cost and market value given in the letter. The Apple Corp is also one of Buffetts love shares. By the end of 2016, investment Apple Corp only brought 5% of the profits to Buffett, but in 2017, the Apple Corp shares climbed steadily, and by the end of 2017, the cumulative revenue jumped to 35%. It is clear that Buffetts investment in Apple Corp is still increasing. In the first quarter of 2017, Buffett had increased about 72 million Apple Corp shares. According to foreign media reports, Buffett revealed in May 2018 that the Berkhire Hathaway Inc added 75 million shares of Apple shares in the first quarter of 2018. Among the 15 top heavy positions, the lowest cumulative investment return is New York bank Mellon company, but still up to 28.74%. In total, the total cost of the fifteen investment is $59 billion 708 million, and the total value of the corresponding market value by the end of 2017 is up to $146 billion 219 million, with a cumulative return of 144.89%. Basically, the list of heavily loaded shares disclosed in the 2018 letter to shareholders in Dongxin was roughly the same as those disclosed in the letter to shareholders in 2017. It is worth mentioning that as of the end of 2016, Buffett held the top 15 heavily loaded stocks in the IBM figure. The shareholding size reached 81 million 230 thousand shares, corresponding to the market capitalization of US $13 billion 484 million, and the cumulative return on investment was -2%. In the 2018 shareholders letter, IBM did not appear in the latest list. Buffett told us media earlier that he had cleared IBM. The source of this article: surging news editor: Fan Jiang _NN9138 Among the 15 top heavy positions, the lowest cumulative investment return is New York bank Mellon company, but still up to 28.74%. In total, the total cost of the fifteen investment is $59 billion 708 million, and the total value of the corresponding market value by the end of 2017 is up to $146 billion 219 million, with a cumulative return of 144.89%. Basically, the list of heavily loaded shares disclosed in the 2018 letter to shareholders in Dongxin was roughly the same as those disclosed in the letter to shareholders in 2017. Buffett told us media earlier that he had cleared IBM.