Warren Buffett Portfolio Holdings as of 03/31/2022 – ValueWalk Premium
Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett Portfolio Holdings as of 03/31/2022

Berkshire Hathaway is the holding company of super-investor Warren Buffett. He transformed a struggling textile mill into a conglomerate with a significant portfolio of equites and significant interests in railroads, insurance, utilities, industrials etc.

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Because of the size of his equity portfolio investments, Berkshire Hathaway has to report its US equity holdings every quarter to the SEC. Some foreign investments are also reported to the corresponding Foreign securities regulator.

You can find the updated portfolio holdings for Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)(BRK.B) as of March 31, 2022.

Company Name Ticker Value

(Millions)

% of BRK Portfolio Shares Held % of Shares Outstanding Held Holdings Date
Apple Inc AAPL $155,564.10 45.68% 890,923,410 5.50% 3/31/2022
Bank of America Corp BAC $41,636.30 12.23% 1,010,100,606 12.54% 3/31/2022
American Express Co AXP $28,351.20 8.32% 151,610,700 20.13% 3/31/2022
Chevron Corp CVX $25,919.00 7.61% 159,178,117 8.10% 3/31/2022
Coca-Cola Co KO $24,800.00 7.28% 400,000,000 9.23% 3/31/2022
Kraft Heinz Co KHC $12,826.80 3.77% 325,634,818 26.61% 3/31/2022
Occidental Petroleum Corp OXY $9,173.80 2.69% 143,162,392 15.28% 5/12/2022
Moody's Corp MCO $8,323.80 2.44% 24,669,778 13.37% 3/31/2022
US Bancorp USB $6,719.10 1.97% 126,417,887 8.51% 3/31/2022
Activision Blizzard Inc ATVI $5,152.30 1.51% 64,315,222 8.23% 3/31/2022
DaVita Inc DVA $4,082.80 1.20% 36,095,570 38.16% 3/31/2022
Bank of New York Mellon Corp BK $3,591.10 1.05% 72,357,453 8.96% 3/31/2022
Kroger Co KR $3,326.60 0.98% 57,985,263 8.04% 3/31/2022
Citigroup Inc C $2,945.30 0.86% 55,155,797 2.84% 3/31/2022
Verisign Inc VRSN $2,851.00 0.84% 12,815,613 11.70% 3/31/2022
General Motors Co GM $2,713.90 0.80% 62,045,847 4.25% 3/31/2022
Paramount Global PARA $2,606.90 0.77% 68,947,760 11.33% 3/31/2022
Charter Communications Inc CHTR $2,088.80 0.61% 3,828,941 2.00% 3/31/2022
Itochu Corp 8001 $2,045.00 0.60% 79,509,400 5.02% 8/24/2020
Liberty Media Corp LSXMK $1,975.90 0.58% 43,208,291 19.60% 3/31/2022
Visa Inc V $1,840.10 0.54% 8,297,460 0.50% 3/31/2022
Mitsubishi Corp 8058 $1,776.90 0.52% 74,887,500 5.04% 8/24/2020
Amazon.com Inc AMZN $1,738.50 0.51% 533,300 0.10% 3/31/2022
Mitsui & Co Ltd 8031 $1,562.70 0.46% 86,453,900 5.26% 8/24/2020
Aon PLC AON $1,431.50 0.42% 4,396,000 2.07% 3/31/2022
Mastercard Inc MA $1,424.70 0.42% 3,986,648 0.41% 3/31/2022
Snowflake Inc. SNOW $1,403.50 0.41% 6,125,376 1.95% 3/31/2022
Celanese Corp CE $1,126.00 0.33% 7,880,998 7.28% 3/31/2022
Liberty Media Corp LSXMA $923.70 0.27% 20,207,680 20.44% 3/31/2022
Mckesson Corp MCK $894.50 0.26% 2,921,975 2.01% 3/31/2022
Nu Holdings Ltd NU $827.00 0.24% 107,118,784 3.07% 3/31/2022
Sumitomo Corp 8053 $819.30 0.24% 63,121,100 5.04% 8/24/2020
RH RH $707.60 0.21% 2,170,000 10.00% 3/31/2022
T-Mobile US Inc TMUS $672.80 0.20% 5,242,000 0.42% 3/31/2022
Globe Life Inc GL $639.20 0.19% 6,353,727 6.44% 3/31/2022
Liberty Media Corp FWONK $539.30 0.16% 7,722,451 3.75% 3/31/2022
Marubeni Corp 8002 $530.80 0.16% 87,877,700 5.05% 8/24/2020
STORE Capital Corp STOR $431.30 0.13% 14,754,811 5.26% 3/31/2022
Ally Financial Inc ALLY $390.00 0.11% 8,969,420 2.78% 3/31/2022
Floor & Decor Holdings Inc FND $387.20 0.11% 4,780,000 4.52% 3/31/2022
StoneCo Ltd STNE $125.10 0.04% 10,695,448 3.82% 3/31/2022
Verizon Communications Inc VZ $70.30 0.02% 1,380,111 0.03% 3/31/2022
Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc MMC $69.00 0.02% 404,911 0.08% 3/31/2022
Royalty Pharma PLC RPRX $58.30 0.02% 1,496,372 0.34% 3/31/2022
Johnson & Johnson JNJ $58.00 0.02% 327,100 0.01% 3/31/2022
Procter & Gamble Co PG $48.20 0.01% 315,400 0.01% 3/31/2022
Mondelez International Inc MDLZ $36.30 0.01% 578,000 0.04% 3/31/2022
Liberty Latin America Ltd LILA $25.50 0.01% 2,630,792 5.86% 3/31/2022
Vanguard 500 Index Fund VOO $17.90 0.01% 43,000 0.01% 3/31/2022
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust SPY $17.80 0.01% 39,400 0.00% 3/31/2022
United Parcel Service Inc UPS $12.70 59,400 0.01% 3/31/2022
Liberty Latin America Ltd LILAK $12.30 1,284,020 0.72% 3/31/2022

The chart was compiled using information from Tikr.com.

You can see that Apple (AAPL) accounts for over 45% of the equity portfolio as of March 31, 2022. This position has generated close to $100 billion in profits for Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.

Buffett has managed to accumulate the position between 2016 and 2018 at a total cost of approximately $36 billion. He did sell about $11 billion worth of Apple stock in 2020. In addition, Apple sends $820 million in dividends each year to Berkshire Hathaway.

He did make large investments in Apple, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, American Express and Kraft Heinz. His portfolio is concentrated mostly as a result of letting winners run, and not selling prematurely.

You can view the dividend contribution from each of his portfolio holdings from the table below. Berkshire Hathaway is generating almost $5.30 billion in annual dividend income from his portfolio.

Company Name Ticker Reported Value of Shares Held # Shares Held Dividend Income
Chevron Corp CVX $25,919.00 159,178,117  $    904,131,704.56
Bank of America Corp BAC $41,636.30 1,010,100,606  $    848,484,509.04
Apple Inc AAPL $155,564.10 890,923,410  $    819,649,537.20
Coca-Cola Co KO $24,800.00 400,000,000  $    704,000,000.00
Kraft Heinz Co KHC $12,826.80 325,634,818  $    521,015,708.80
American Express Co AXP $28,351.20 151,610,700  $    315,350,256.00
US Bancorp USB $6,719.10 126,417,887  $    232,608,912.08
Citigroup Inc C $2,945.30 55,155,797  $    112,517,825.88
Bank of New York Mellon BK $3,591.10 72,357,453  $       98,406,136.08
Mitsubishi Corp 8058 $1,776.90 74,887,500  $       87,078,488.37
Mitsui & Co Ltd 8031 $1,562.70 86,453,900  $       80,422,232.56
Itochu Corp 8001 $2,045.00 79,509,400  $       80,125,751.94
Occidental Petroleum Corp OXY $9,173.80 143,162,392  $       74,444,443.84
Moody's Corp MCO $8,323.80 24,669,778  $       69,075,378.40
Paramount Global PARA $2,606.90 68,947,760  $       66,189,849.60
Kroger Co KR $3,326.60 57,985,263  $       48,707,620.92
Sumitomo Corp 8053 $819.30 63,121,100  $       44,037,976.74
Marubeni Corp 8002 $530.80 87,877,700  $       40,873,348.84
Activision Blizzard Inc ATVI $5,152.30 64,315,222  $       30,228,154.34
STORE Capital Corp STOR $431.30 14,754,811  $       22,722,408.94
Celanese Corp CE $1,126.00 7,880,998  $       21,436,314.56
Visa Inc V $1,840.10 8,297,460  $       12,446,190.00
Ally Financial Inc ALLY $390.00 8,969,420  $       10,763,304.00
Aon PLC AON $1,431.50 4,396,000  $         9,847,040.00
Mastercard Inc MA $1,424.70 3,986,648  $         7,813,830.08
Mckesson Corp MCK $894.50 2,921,975  $         5,493,313.00
Globe Life Inc GL $639.20 6,353,727  $         5,273,593.41
Verizon Communications Inc VZ $70.30 1,380,111  $         3,533,084.16
Johnson & Johnson JNJ $58.00 327,100  $         1,478,492.00
Procter & Gamble Co PG $48.20 315,400  $         1,152,219.28
Royalty Pharma PLC RPRX $58.30 1,496,372  $         1,047,460.40
Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc MMC $69.00 404,911  $             866,509.54
Mondelez International Inc MDLZ $36.30 578,000  $             809,200.00
United Parcel Service Inc UPS $12.70 59,400  $             361,152.00
Vanguard 500 Index Fund VOO $17.90 43,000  $             236,070.00
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust SPY $17.80 39,400  $             228,914.00

For the quarter ended on March 31, 2022, Warren Buffett and his lieutenants Todd and Ted added to the following existing positions:

Buffett seems to be a big fan of Oil and Gas companies as of recently, with his large investments in Occidental Petroleum and Chevron. He also seems to be investing in financials such as Ally and Citigroup, as well as Markel. This was an interesting investment, after his acquisition of Alleghany (Y).

They reduced ownership in the following companies:

Looks like he sold out of a lot of companies that Dividend Growth Investors own. For example Verizon, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Abbvie, as well as STORE Capital. Perhaps he wants to sell the more stable and dependable companies, that won't fall as much during a recession, and instead invest in companies that are cheaper and down more.


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