Nov. 14, 2013, 5:10 p.m. EST
By Noah Buhayar - Nov 15, 2013 5:42 AM CT
Buffett’s company owned 40.1 million shares of Exxon on Sept. 30, Omaha, Nebraska-based Berkshire said today in a regulatory filing. The world’s biggest oil company by market value closed at $93.22 in New York trading today. The Irving, Texas-based company advanced to $93.83 in extended trading at 4:33 p.m. in New York, after the filing.
Warren Buffett’s company owned 40.1 million shares of Exxon on Sept. 30, Omaha, Nebraska-based Berkshire said today in a regulatory filing.
Buffett’s track record of compounding shareholders’ money earned him a following among investors. Quarterly filings listing Berkshire’s U.S. stock holdings are studied by mutual funds and individuals looking for clues about his strategy.
Two years ago, Buffett disclosed he had spent more than $10 billion accumulating shares of IBM. Buffett calls Berkshire’s investments in Coca-Cola Co., Wells Fargo & Co., American Express Co. and IBM his “big four.” Each was valued at more than $10 billion at the end of September.
...In another large percentage move, Berkshire slashed its GlaxoSmithKlineholdings by 77 percent to 345,819 shares during this year's third quarter. That cut, however, represents only around $59 million worth of stock, relatively small by Berkshire standards.
- By CNBC.com's Alex Crippen with contributions from Reuters
mikeon88 發表於 2013-11-15 16:53
是看好未來美金貶值 ? 還是看好石油需求會增加 ?
我說，不用想太多，就是高ROE，股價便宜，That's it !