Berkshire Hathaway, the investment company of
, just filed its second quarter results. Going through the
report, we found that Berkshire bought $1.8 billion of stocks
while selling $3 billion of stocks in the second quarter.
Berkshire was a net seller of $1.2 billion in stocks in the
This is the link to Berkshire's second quarter report.
For the first 6 months of the year, Berkshire (
) bought $5.2 billion of stocks. In the first quarter Berkshire
bought 7 million shares of Wal-Mart (
), 10 million shares of Wells Fargo (
), 6 million shares of Davita (
) and 10 million shares of GM (
). GM is a new position for Berkshire.
The details of the first quarter purchases
Berkshire's second quarter purchases will be reported in less
than two weeks. We are hosting a
for Buffett fans to guess which stocks he bought in the second
quarter. You can input your guesses by
following this link
For the first 6 months, Berkshire sold $3.8 billion of stocks.
Most of the sales were done in the second quarter.
It seems that Berkshire investors Tom Comb, Ted Weschler, and
Buffett himself are finding fewer opportunities in stock market.
This is the details of Berkshire's recent purchases.About
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