Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) (BRK-B) just filed its latest shareholdings with the SEC a few days ago, and shows some interesting data. Buffett has added to three new positions and reduced holdings in some stocks.
Most importantly, his shareholdings in Apple (AAPL) increased by almost four million shares during the third quarter of this year. Could that be the cause of the significant boost in the stock price or just a great call on the part of Buffett? Or both? After all, he made a great call on General Electric (GE) by dumping the stock earlier in the year.
Warren Buffett has also been adding to his positions in Monsanto (MON) and Synchrony Financial (SYF).
Reductions were made in the shareholdings of a few stocks. Berkshire sold over $17 million shares of IBM (IBM). Plus, he sold some Charter Communications (CHTR) stock and shares in Wells Fargo (WFC).
Warren Buffett has an outstanding track record, so reviewing his buys and sells may be helpful to you and your portfolio.