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How Warren Buffett’s Stocks
Performed In 2015
• As of Sept. 30, 2015, Berkshire Hathaway
owned 46 different common stocks.
• Here’s a look at how the 20 largest stock
p...
1. VeriSign (NASDAQ: VRSN)
• Although it was
the top performer
of 2015, VeriSign
has lost 15% of its
value in January
2016...
2. Visa (NYSE: V)
• In contrast to
rivals, Visa was
able to grow its
net income by
12% year over
year.
2015 Total Return:
...
3. Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR)
• In 2015, Charter
entered a deal to
merge with Time
Warner Cable.
2015 Total Ret...
4. AT&T (NYSE: T)
• Much of AT&T’s
2015 return
came from its
dividend, which
is over 5%.
2015 Total Return:
7.4%
Flickr us...
5. Moody’s Corp. (NYSE: MCO)
• Buffett loves
Moody’s for its
industry’s high
barrier to entry
and relatively
low debt leve...
6. Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO)
• Buffett loves Coca-
Cola for its easy-to-
understand
business model,
and once said that a
“ham s...
7. Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ)
• Like AT&T, much
of Verizon’s
return comes
from its high
dividend.
2015 Total Return...
8. General Motors (NYSE: GM)
• If low oil prices
persist, GM’s
high-margin
trucks and SUVs
could get a sales
boost.
2015 T...
9. Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX)
• One of the few oil
stocks in positive
territory for 2015,
Phillips actually
benefits from low...
10. Kraft Heinz (NYSE: KHC)
• This figure only
reflects about six
months’
performance.
• The company was
formed in mid-201...
11. Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC)
• A longtime
favorite of
Buffett, Wells
Fargo was
dragged down by
the weakness of
the financia...
12. US Bancorp (NYSE: USB)
• US Bancorp is
consistently one of
the most profitable
and efficient banks in
the United State...
13. Precision Castparts (NYSE: PCP)
• Precision Castparts
was down
significantly in 2015
until Berkshire
announced it was
...
14. Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS)
• Buffett bought shares
of Goldman Sachs
after the financial
crisis hit.
• Despite this year’...
15. DaVita HealthCare Partners (NYSE: DVA)
• The aging U.S.
population
should be a
driver of growth
for DaVita over
the lo...
16. Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG)
• Procter & Gamble has
a wide variety of
brands that are well-
known around the
world.
• C...
17. Deere & Co. (NYSE: DE)
• Challenging
global economic
conditions have
eroded demand
for Deere’s
machinery.
2015 Total R...
18. IBM (NYSE: IBM)
• The strong U.S.
dollar and weak
Chinese market
contributed to a
12% revenue
decline in 2015.
2015 To...
19. American Express (NYSE: AXP)
• 2015 was a rough
year for Amex. The
company lost its
partnership with
Costco as well as...
20. Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT)
• The worst Dow
stock of 2015,
Wal-Mart is
struggling to
create decent
growth.
2015 Total Return:...
• As you can see, Buffett’s stock portfolio
did not have a great year in 2015, due to
the poor performance of some of its
...
• Most of Buffett’s stocks were affected by the same
things that plagued the overall stock market.
• Strong U.S. dollar
• ...
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Buffett stocks 2015

  1. Text Text How Warren Buffett’s Stocks Performed In 2015
  2. • As of Sept. 30, 2015, Berkshire Hathaway owned 46 different common stocks. • Here’s a look at how the 20 largest stock positions performed in 2015, in order from the best performers to the worst.
  3. 1. VeriSign (NASDAQ: VRSN) • Although it was the top performer of 2015, VeriSign has lost 15% of its value in January 2016. 2015 Total Return: 52.8%
  4. 2. Visa (NYSE: V) • In contrast to rivals, Visa was able to grow its net income by 12% year over year. 2015 Total Return: 17.9% Flickr user reynermedia
  5. 3. Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) • In 2015, Charter entered a deal to merge with Time Warner Cable. 2015 Total Return: 10.0% Source: Wikipedia user Dwight Burdette
  6. 4. AT&T (NYSE: T) • Much of AT&T’s 2015 return came from its dividend, which is over 5%. 2015 Total Return: 7.4% Flickr user Mike Mozart
  7. 5. Moody’s Corp. (NYSE: MCO) • Buffett loves Moody’s for its industry’s high barrier to entry and relatively low debt levels. 2015 Total Return: 6.0%
  8. 6. Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) • Buffett loves Coca- Cola for its easy-to- understand business model, and once said that a “ham sandwich” could run the company. 2015 Total Return: 5.3% Wikipedia user Ben Franske
  9. 7. Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) • Like AT&T, much of Verizon’s return comes from its high dividend. 2015 Total Return: 3.2% Flickr user Mike Mozart
  10. 8. General Motors (NYSE: GM) • If low oil prices persist, GM’s high-margin trucks and SUVs could get a sales boost. 2015 Total Return: 1.7% Wikipedia user Thesupermat
  11. 9. Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX) • One of the few oil stocks in positive territory for 2015, Phillips actually benefits from low oil prices. 2015 Total Return: 1.6% Flickr user Mike Mozart
  12. 10. Kraft Heinz (NYSE: KHC) • This figure only reflects about six months’ performance. • The company was formed in mid-2015 from the merger of H.J. Heinz and Kraft Foods. 2015 Total Return: 0.4% Flickr user Mike Mozart
  13. 11. Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) • A longtime favorite of Buffett, Wells Fargo was dragged down by the weakness of the financials sector in 2015. 2015 Total Return: -2.4% Wikipedia user XnatedawgX
  14. 12. US Bancorp (NYSE: USB) • US Bancorp is consistently one of the most profitable and efficient banks in the United States, but it suffered from the same industry-wide headwinds that affected Wells Fargo. 2015 Total Return: -2.6% Wikipedia user Ricardo630
  15. 13. Precision Castparts (NYSE: PCP) • Precision Castparts was down significantly in 2015 until Berkshire announced it was buying the entire company. 2015 Total Return: -2.6%
  16. 14. Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) • Buffett bought shares of Goldman Sachs after the financial crisis hit. • Despite this year’s loss, Buffett’s investment has produced excellent returns. 2015 Total Return: -6.1%
  17. 15. DaVita HealthCare Partners (NYSE: DVA) • The aging U.S. population should be a driver of growth for DaVita over the long term. 2015 Total Return: -8.1%
  18. 16. Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) • Procter & Gamble has a wide variety of brands that are well- known around the world. • Currency headwinds contributed to the poor 2015 performance. 2015 Total Return: -9.3%
  19. 17. Deere & Co. (NYSE: DE) • Challenging global economic conditions have eroded demand for Deere’s machinery. 2015 Total Return: -11.1% Wikipedia user Stephan Trebs
  20. 18. IBM (NYSE: IBM) • The strong U.S. dollar and weak Chinese market contributed to a 12% revenue decline in 2015. 2015 Total Return: -12.3% Flickr user Patrick
  21. 19. American Express (NYSE: AXP) • 2015 was a rough year for Amex. The company lost its partnership with Costco as well as a major legal ruling about its merchant relationships. 2015 Total Return: -24.2% Marcus Quigmire via Wikipedia
  22. 20. Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) • The worst Dow stock of 2015, Wal-Mart is struggling to create decent growth. 2015 Total Return: -26.7% Wikipedia user Sven
  23. • As you can see, Buffett’s stock portfolio did not have a great year in 2015, due to the poor performance of some of its largest holdings. • In fact, 2015 was a rare year when Berkshire underperformed the market in a down year for the S&P 500.
  24. • Most of Buffett’s stocks were affected by the same things that plagued the overall stock market. • Strong U.S. dollar • Challenging global economic environment • Low interest rates (banks) • However, some of his largest holdings (like American Express) faced company-specific headwinds that combined to cause the portfolio as a whole to underperform the market.
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