Warren Buffet – Top Ten

Invest like Warren Buffett. Buy into the top ten holdings from Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio.

1.7 billion servings of Coca Cola products are consumed every day.

Amex cards account for approximately 24% of the total dollar volume of credit card transactions in the US.

Proctor &Gamble’s portfolio includes 20 brands that generate between $500 million and $1 billion in annual sales.

In fiscal year 2012, Walmart registered approximately $444 billion in sales, which is $20 billion more than Austria’s GDP.

Warren Buffett is a name that needs no introduction. His stellar investment track record and philosophy is admired the world over. He started investing in stocks at the age of 11 when he bought three shares of Cities Service for himself, and three for his sister. A self-confessed follower of the Graham – Dodd School of value investing, he is now one of the wealthiest people in the world – making investments in diverse industries and companies via Berkshire Hathaway. The Warren Buffett – Top Ten Vue enables you to invest in the top 10 companies (by market value of investment) owned by Berkshire Hathaway.

At the core of his investing philosophy is the idea of intrinsic worth of a business – the fair value of a company derived from its potential future cash flows. While the key qualitative and quantitative metrics Buffett focuses on appear to be relatively straightforward, it is not an easy process by any means. Some of the metrics include quality of management, Return on Equity (ROE) and owner’s earnings (similar to free cash flow to equity shareholders) among others. Buffett steers clear from businesses he does not understand and usually does not invest in any tech companies.

We make it very simple to invest in Warren Buffett’s 10 largest holdings through the Warren Buffett – Top Ten Vue. The top 10 companies are all blue chip US based corporations where the companies have strong brand value and recognition, stable and growing cash flows and either have strong pricing power or excellent economies of scale. Sectors range from Pharmaceuticals and Financial Services to Retailing among others. Some of the top holdings include companies like Coca Cola, Wells Fargo and American Express.

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