Berkshire Hathaway’s 13-F Filing Reveals A $9 Billion Investment And Uncertain Times Ahead

How Warren Buffett is navigating the markets

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Image: Gerry Miller at GettyImages

Snippets from the previous quarter

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Image: Created using Berkshire Hathaway’s Q2 Filings
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Image: Created using Berkshire Hathaway’s Q2 Filings

He was buying “gold mines” and selling “banks” something he’s never openly advocated.

The banks were primarily acquired during the 2008 market crash at a significant discount and he, later on, went onto add stakes in the subsequent years.

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Image: The Financial Times

The abrupt changes made by Berkshire in the third quarter of 2020

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Image: Changes in Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio as of Q3 2020

A 3.7% reduction in Apple might not be a big deal given the fact that the firm’s biggest holding still centers around the iPhone manufacturer.

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