- Tram Ho
Currently, the number of Apple shares that Berkshire owns is worth more than $ 91 billion, accounting for 43% of the total value of the group’s portfolio.
Warren Buffett once said that “diversification is a way to protect you from ignorance. That strategy doesn’t mean much if you know what you’re doing.” The trick is: accumulate assets you know well.
Even if it was a technology stock – an industry that Buffett had previously shunned.
According to recent data by Motley Fool, it digs into Berkshire Hathaway’s $ 214 billion portfolio, thanks to the skyrocketing price, currently the Group’s Apple stock is worth more than $ 91 billion, accounting for 43 % of total value of Berkshire’s portfolio.
This portfolio has 46 stocks, and the total value of the remaining stocks (except Bank of America, the second largest stock) is not as large as the value of Apple shares.
Earlier this year, Buffett once explained on CNBC the importance of the Cupertino-based technology giant to the overall performance of Berkshire.
“I don’t think Apple is simply a stock, it’s our third business (he means the two companies that Buffett owns are entirely Geico and railway companies). BNSF) .That’s the best company I know in the world. ”
Source : Genk