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Warren Buffett’s 10 largest equity holdings

In accordance with the motto, “Buy to the roar of cannon and sell to the sound of trumpets”, the Oracle of Omaha said he enjoys buying shares during markets selloff.

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Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway has increased its stake in several firms during stocks’ market selloff. In accordance with the motto, “Buy to the roar of cannon and sell to the sound of trumpets” the Oracle of Omaha said he enjoys buying shares during markets selloff. He also took the opportunity to "average down" most of the shares already in its portfolio, including Wells Fargo.

Below are Buffett’s top ten holdings as of june 30, 2011, with a market value estimate as of august 16, 2011 (Source : Berkshire Hathaway)

10. Moody’s
Number of shares28,415,250
Market value $929,178,675

9. U.S. Bancorp
Number of shares 69,039,426
Market value $1,569,266,152

8. Wal-Mart
Number of shares 39,037,142
Market value $1,951,076,357

7. Conoco Phillips
Number of shares 29,101,637
Market value $1,963,778,464

6. Johnson & Johnson
Number of shares 42,624,563
Valeur des actions $2,753,120,524

5. Kraft
Number of shares 99,467,624
Market value $3,449,537,200

4. Procter & Gamble
Number of shares 76,766,036
Market value $4,750,282,307

3. American Express
Number of shares 151,610,700
Market value $6,946,802,274

2. Well Fargo & Co.
Number of shares 352,327,608
Market value $8,815,236,752

1. Coca-Cola
Number of shares 200,000,000
Market value $13,640,000,000

Next Finance , August 2011

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