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All 45 Warren Buffett Portfolio Stocks Now | Current 2022 Holdings List


Updated on August 18th, 2022 by Bob Ciura

To invest in great businesses, you have to find them first. That’s where Warren Buffett comes in…

Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) has an equity investment portfolio worth more than $300 billion, as of the end of the 2022 second quarter.

Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio is filled with quality stocks. You can ‘cheat’ from Warren Buffett stocks to find picks for your portfolio. That’s because Buffett (and other institutional investors) are required to periodically show their holdings in a 13F Filing.

You can see all of Warren Buffett’s stock holdings (along with relevant financial metrics like dividend yields and price-to-earnings ratios) by clicking on the link below:

 

Free Excel Download: Get a free Excel Spreadsheet of all Warren Buffett stocks, complete with metrics that matter – including P/E ratio and dividend yield. Click here to download Buffett’s holdings now.

Notes: 13F filing performance is different than fund performance. See how we calculate 13F filing performance here.

This article analyzes Warren Buffett’s top 20 stocks based on information disclosed in his Q2 2022 13F filing.

You can also see detailed analysis on all Warren Buffett stocks further below in this article, in our Warren Buffett Stocks series. Analysis includes valuation, growth, and competitive advantages.

Table of Contents

You can skip to a specific section with the table of contents below. Stocks are listed by percentage of the total portfolio, from highest to lowest.

How To Use Warren Buffett Stocks To Find Investment Ideas

Having a database of Warren Buffett stocks is more powerful when you have the ability to filter it based on important investing metrics.

That’s why this article’s Excel download is so useful…

It allows you to search Warren Buffett stocks to find dividend investment ideas that match your specific portfolio.

For those of you unfamiliar with Excel, this section will show you how to filter Warren Buffett stocks for two important investing metrics – price-to-earnings ratio and dividend yield.

Step 1: Click on the filter icon in the column for dividend yield or price-to-earnings ratio.

Warren Buffett's Top Stocks Excel Screenshot 1

Step 2: Filter each metric to find high-quality stocks. Two examples are provided below.

Example 1: To find stocks with dividend yields above 1% and list them in descending order, click the ‘Dividend Yield’ filter and do the following:

Warren Buffett's Top Stocks Excel Screenshot 2

Example 2: To find stocks with price-to-earnings ratios below 25 and list them in descending order, click the ‘Price-to-Earnings Ratio’ filter and do the following:

Warren Buffett's Top Stocks Excel Screenshot Additional Example

Warren Buffett & Dividend Stocks

Buffett has grown his wealth by investing in and acquiring businesses with strong competitive advantages trading at fair or better prices.

Most investors know Warren Buffett looks for quality, but few know the degree to which he invests in dividend stocks:

Warren Buffett prefers to invest in shareholder-friendly businesses with long track records of success.

The Warren Buffett Stocks Series

You can see analysis on every single Warren Buffett stock below. Each is sorted by GICS sectors and listed in alphabetical order by name. The newest Sure Analysis Research Database report for each security is included as well.

Consumer Staples

Communication Services

Industrials

Health Care

Consumer Discretionary

Financials

Materials

Energy

Information Technology

Real Estate

Keep reading this article to see Warren Buffett’s 20 highest conviction stock selections analyzed. These are the 20 stocks with the highest value (most weight) in Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio.

#1: Apple, Inc. (AAPL)

Dividend Yield: 0.6%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 39.8%

As of its fourth-quarter 13F filing, Berkshire held just over 894 million shares of Apple, worth more than $122 billion. Apple is Berkshire’s largest position by far, due in large part to Apple’s amazing rally over the past few years.

Apple revolutionized personal technology with the introduction of the Macintosh in 1984. Today the technology company designs, manufactures and sells products such as iPhones, iPads, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Apple also has a services business that sells music, apps, and subscriptions.

Apple revolutionized personal technology with the introduction of the Macintosh in 1984. Today the technology company designs, manufactures and sells products such as iPhones, iPads, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Apple also has a services business that sells music, apps, and subscriptions.

On April 28th, 2022, Apple declared a $0.23 quarterly dividend, marking a 4.5% year-over-year increase. On July 28th, 2022, Apple reported Q3 fiscal year 2022 results for the period ending June 25th, 2022. (Apple’s fiscal year ends the last Saturday in September).

For the quarter, Apple generated revenue of $82.959 billion, a 1.9% increase compared to Q3 2021. Product sales were down -0.9%, as a 2.8% increase in iPhones (49% of total sales), was more than offset by declines in Mac, iPad, and Wearables, Home and Accessories. Service sales increased 12.1% to $19.6 billion and made up 23.6% of all sales in the quarter. Net income equaled $19.4 billion or $1.20 per share compared to $21.7 billion or $1.30 per share in Q3 2021.

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#2: Bank of America Corporation (BAC)

Dividend Yield: 2.5%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 10.2%

Berkshire Hathaway owns just over 1 billion shares of Bank of America stock, worth $31 billion as of the latest 13F filing.

Bank of America, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, provides traditional banking services, as well as nonbanking financial services to customers all over the world. Its operations include Consumer Banking, Wealth & Investment Management and Global Banking & Markets.

Bank of America was founded in 1904, and should produce about $89 billion in revenue this year. Bank of America is one of the largest financial stocks in the world.

Bank of America reported second quarter earnings on July 18th, 2022. Revenue was up almost 6% year-over-year at $22.7 billion, but missed estimates by $90 million. Net interest income was up $2.2 billion, or 22%, to $12.4 billion.

Source: Investor Presentation

The gain was driven by higher interest rates, lower premium amortization, and loan growth. Non-interest income fell by almost a billion dollars, or 9%, to $10.2 billion. This reflected weaker capital markets, primarily.

Provisions for credit losses were $523 million, while net charge-offs came to $571 million. Average loans and leases were $107 billion higher, or 12%, to $1.0 trillion. Commercial loan growth and higher consumer balances helped drive the gain, and helped offset declines from the Paycheck Protection Program. Average deposits were up $123 billion, or 7%, to $2.0 trillion.

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#3: The Coca-Cola Company (KO)

Dividend Yield: 2.8%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 8.2%

Coca-Cola is the world’s largest beverage company, as it owns or licenses more than 500 unique nonalcoholic brands. Since the company’s founding in 1886, it has spread to more than 200 countries worldwide.

Source: Investor Presentation

The company also has an exceptional 59-year dividend increase streak.

Coca-Cola reported second quarter earnings on July 26th 2022, and results were better than expected on both the top and bottom lines. Adjusted earnings-per-share came to 70 cents, which was three cents ahead of expectations. Revenue was up almost 12% year-over-year, rising to $11.3 billion, and beating estimates by $730 million. Organic revenue was up 16%, including 12% growth in price and mix, as well as 4% growth in concentrate sales.

Operating margin was 30.7% of revenue on an adjusted basis, down 100bps from the second quarter of last year. Margin compression was due to strong topline growth that was more than offset by the impact of the BODYARMOR purchase, higher operating costs, and an increase in marketing investments.

Earnings-per-share came to 70 cents on an adjusted basis, up 4% year-over-year. Free cash flow was $4.1 billion, down $1.0 billion year-over-year. The company also updated guidance to organic revenue growth of 12% to 13%, and adjusted EPS growth of 5% to 6%.

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#4: Chevron Corporation (CVX)

Dividend Yield: 3.7%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 7.6%

Chevron is the thirdlargest oil major in the world. In 2021, Chevron generated 84% of its earnings from its upstream segment.

The company has increased its dividend for over 40 consecutive years.

Source: Investor Presentation

In the 2022 second quarter, Chevron generated revenue of $68.8 billion which increased 83% year-over-year, and beat estimates by $11.1 billion. Adjusted earnings-per-share of $5.82 also beat, by $0.79. The company was fueled mostly by higher commodity prices. Cash flow from operations came to $13.8 billion for the second quarter.

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#5: American Express Company (AXP)

Dividend Yield: 1.4%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 7.5%

American Express is one of Berkshire’s longest-held stocks. American Express is a credit card company that operates the following business units: US Card Services, International Consumer and Network Services, Global Commercial Services, and Global Merchant Services. American Express was founded in 1850.

American Express reported its second quarter earnings results on July 22. The company generated revenues of $13.4 billion during the quarter, which was 31% more than during the previous year’s quarter. The revenue increase was based on a recovery for American Express’ business compared to the previous year’s quarter, where the pandemic had a large negative impact on card holder spending.

Earnings-per-share of $2.57 declined 8% year over year. American Express’ earnings-per-share beat the analyst consensus easily, as analysts had forecast net profits of just $2.40 per share. American Express forecasts that profits will continue to rise in the current year on an adjusted basis.

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#6: Occidental Petroleum (OXY)

Dividend Yield: 0.8%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 5.3%

Occidental Petroleum is an international oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in the U.S., the Middle East, and Latin America. It has a market capitalization of $60 billion. While the company also has a midstream and a chemical segment, it is much more sensitive to the price of oil than the integrated oil majors.

On August 8th, 2019, Occidental acquired Anadarko. Occidental pursued this acquisition thanks to the promising asset base of Anadarko in the Permian, which has enhanced the already strong presence of Occidental in the area, and the $3.5 billion annual synergies it expects to achieve.

In early May, Occidental reported (5/10/22) financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2022. Its average realized price of oil grew 22% sequentially while the chemical segment posted record earnings for a third consecutive quarter thanks to wide margins amid strong pent-up demand. As a result, Occidental grew its adjusted earnings-per-share 43%, from $1.48 to $2.12.

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#7: The Kraft-Heinz Company (KHC)

Dividend Yield: 4.4%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 4.0%

KraftHeinz is a processed food and beverages company which owns a product portfolio that includes food products such as condiments, sauces, cheese & dairy, frozen & chilled meals, and infant diet & nutrition. The company was created in 2015 in a merger between Kraft Food Group and H. J. Heinz Company, orchestrated by Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital.

The Kraft-Heinz Company reported its second quarter earnings results on July 27. The company reported that its revenues totaled $6.6 billion during the quarter, which was down 1% year-over-year. Organic sales were up by 10% due to price increases, whereas volumes were down slightly.

Earnings-per-share of $0.70 were down 10% versus the previous year’s quarter, being impacted by a difficult comparison and adverse currency rate movements. Management expects organic net sales to grow at a high-single digits pace in 2022.

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#8: Moody’s Corporation (MCO)

Dividend Yield: 0.9%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 2.2%

Moody’s was created back in 1909, becoming the first company to analyze securities and rate their investment quality for investors on a large scale. Moody’s began with its Analyses of Railroad Investments in 1909 and has blossomed into the company we know today, with over $6 billion in annual revenue.

Moody’s is still one of the largest players in the traditional ratings business but has transformed itself in recent years by investing heavily in data and analytics, which is less cyclical and has very strong margins.

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#9: U.S. Bancorp (USB)

Dividend Yield: 3.9%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 1.8%

U.S. Bancorp traces its lineage back to 1863 when the First National Bank of Cincinnati opened for business. It has since grown to 70,000 employees, and about $25 billion in annual revenue.

The bank has expanded from a regional player to a national powerhouse in recent years, becoming the fifthlargest bank by assets in the U.S. It competes mostly in traditional banking activities, but also offers wealth management, payment and investment services.

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#10: Activision Blizzard (ATVI)

Dividend Yield: 0.6%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 1.7%

Berkshire owns just over 68 million shares of ATVI stock. The stake is worth approximately $5.32 billion.

Activision Blizzard is a video game manufacturer. It operates through three segments: Activision, Blizzard, and King. It develops and distributes content and services on video game consoles, personal computers, and mobile devices.

Activision Blizzard is set to be acquired by Microsoft (MSFT) in a nearly $70 billion deal.

#11: HP Inc. (HPQ)

Dividend Yield: 3.6%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 1.1%

At the end of the second quarter, Berkshire held just over 104 million shares of HPQ, for a market value of approximately $3.42 billion.

HP Inc. has centered its business activities around two main segments: its product portfolio of printers, and its range of so-called personal systems, which includes computers and mobile devices.

HP reported its tihrd quarter (fiscal 2022) results on August 30th. Revenue of $14.66 billion declined 4.2% year-over-year and missed estimates by $970 million. Adjusted earnings-per-share of $1.04 beat by $0.01 per share. Personal Systems revenue of $10.1 billion was flat in constant currency.

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#12: DaVita Inc. (DVA)

Dividend Yield: N/A (DaVita does not currently pay a quarterly dividend)
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 1.0%

Berkshire’s investment portfolio contains just over 36 million shares of DaVita, Inc., equating to a total investment of $3.0 billion at the time of the last 13F filing. DaVita is about 1% of Berkshire’s overall investment portfolio.

DaVita provides kidney dialysis services for patients suffering from chronic kidney failure or end stage renal disease. The company operates kidney dialysis centers and provides related lab services in outpatient dialysis centers.

#13: The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BK)

Dividend Yield: 3.4%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 1.0%

Berkshire Hathaway’s common stock portfolio contains just over 72 million shares of the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation with a market value just above $3.0 billion.

The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation is a global financial services institution that specializes in asset management, custodial services, and wealth management.

The company generates nearly $17 billion in annual revenue. The bank is present in 35 countries around the world and acts as more of an investment manager than a traditional bank.

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#15: Citigroup Inc. (C)

Dividend Yield: 4.1%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.8%

Citigroup is a global juggernaut in credit cards, commercial banking, trading, and a variety of other financial activities. It has thousands of branches and produces about $75 billion in annual revenue.

Citigroup reported second quarter earnings on July 15th, 2022, and results were much better than expected on both the top and bottom lines. The bank reported earnings-per-share of $2.19, which was a staggering 52 cents better than estimates. Revenue was also very strong, growing 12.4% year-over-year to $12.64 billion, more than $1.3 billion better than expected. The top line benefited from growth in both net interest income, and non-interest revenue.

Operating expenses were $12.4 billion, down 6% quarter-over-quarter, but up 8% year-over-year. Cost of credit came to $1.3 billion in Q2, a sharp deterioration of a benefit of $1.1 billion in the year-ago period. The change was primarily due to a net build in allowances for credit losses of $0.4 billion, compared to a release of $2.4 billion a year ago. This was partially offset by lower net credit losses.

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#15: The Kroger Co. (KR)

Dividend Yield: 2.1%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.8%

Founded in 1883 and headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Kroger is one of the largest retailers in the U.S. The company has nearly 2,800 retail stores under two dozen banners, along with fuel centers, pharmacies and jewelry stores in 35 states. The company serves nearly 11 million customers a day.

On June 16th, Kroger reported first quarter results for the period ending May 21st, 2022. For the quarter, Kroger reported $44.6 billion in sales, up 8% compared to 2021. Excluding fuel, sales increased 3.8% compared to the year ago period. Adjusted earnings-per-share equaled $1.45 compared to $1.19 in 1Q21.

Kroger repurchased $665 million of shares during the first quarter, and $301 million remains on their repurchase authorization. Kroger also raised fiscal 2022 guidance. The company expects identical sales growth without fuel to be in the range of 2.5% to 3.5% and adjusted earnings-per-share of $3.85 to $3.95.

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#16: VeriSign, Inc. (VRSN)

Dividend Yield: N/A
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.7%

Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway investment portfolio holds 12.8 million shares of VeriSign, In.c with a market value of $2.1 billion.

VeriSign is a globally diversified provider of domain name registry services and Internet security software. The company operates in a single segment, and has a significant international presence.

#17: Paramount Global (PARA)

Dividend Yield: 4.2%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.6%

ViacomCBS Inc., now called Paramount Global, is an American multinational media conglomerate based in New York City. The corporation was formed via the re-merger of CBS Corporation and Viacom on December 4, 2019, the two created from the split of the original Viacom in 2005.

The company’s content brands include CBS, Showtime Networks, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, BET, and CBS All Access. The company has six different revenue segments, where Advertising, Affiliate, and Content Licensing are the most significant revenue source. Paramount generated more than $28.5 billion in revenue for 2021.

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#18: Charter Communications, Inc. (CHTR)

Dividend Yield: N/A (Charter Communications does not currently pay a dividend)
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.6%

Warren Buffett’s investment portfolio contains 3.8 million shares of Charter Communications with a market value of $1.8 billion.

Charter Communications, Inc. operates as a broadband connectivity and cable company serving residential and commercial customers in the United States.

#19: General Motors Company (GM)

Dividend Yield: N/A
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.5%

Berkshire Hathaway’s investment portfolio owns 52.8 million shares of GM, for a market value of approximately $1.7 billion.

General Motors Company designs, builds, and sells cars, trucks, crossovers, and automobile parts around the world. Its top vehicle brands include Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Holden, Baojun, and Wuling.

#20: Visa Inc. (V)

Dividend Yield: 0.7%
Percent of Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: 0.5%

Warren Buffett’s investment portfolio holds nearly 8.3 million shares of Visa with a quarter-end market value of $1.6 billion.

Visa is the world’s leader in digital payments, with activity in more than 200 countries. The company’s global processing network provides secure and reliable payments around the world and is capable of handling more than 65,000 transactions a second. In fiscal year 2021 the company generated nearly $13 billion in profit.

On July 26th, 2022, Visa reported Q3 fiscal year 2022 results for the period ending June 30th, 2022. (Visa’s fiscal year ends September 30th.) For the quarter, Visa generated revenue of $7.3 billion, adjusted net income of $4.2 billion and adjusted earnings-per-share of $1.98, marking increases of 19%, 29% and 33%, respectively. These results were driven by a 12% gain in Payments Volume, a 40% gain in Cross-Border Volume and a 16% gain in Processed Transactions. Visa processed 49.3 billion transactions in the quarter.

During the quarter, Visa returned $3.3 billion to shareholders via dividends and share repurchases. Visa repurchased 12.2 million shares of class A common stock in the quarter, for $2.5 billion.

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Final Thoughts

You can see the following additional articles regarding Warren Buffett:

Warren Buffett stocks represent many of the strongest, most long-lived businesses around. You can see more high-quality dividend stocks in the following Sure Dividend databases:

Alternatively, another great place to look for high-quality business is inside the portfolios of other highly successful investors.

To that end, Sure Dividend has created the following stock databases:

You might also be looking to create a highly customized dividend income stream to pay for life’s expenses.

The following two lists provide useful information on high dividend stocks and stocks that pay monthly dividends:

You can see Buffett’s top dividend stocks analyzed in video format as well below.

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