List of Stocks Owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway

Jun. 04, 2006 2:16 PM ETCOST, GE, CMCSA, PCCYF, KO, HD, PG, AXP, FDC-OLD, NKE, COP, OSI, GPS, GHC, LXK, GCI, LOW, JCI, PIRRQ, HRB, WFC, IRM, USG, MCO, ASD, WSC-OLD, MTB, STI, GL, SEE, BRK.A, KGFHY, AHBIF, CDCO, SVM2 Comments
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Morningstar published a listing of all the publicly-traded stocks owned by Warren Buffett's (pictured left) Berkshire Hathaway Corp. (BRKA). "We've also listed each company's economic moat," says Morningstar, " -- our assessment of the firm's competitive advantages -- as well as the current Morningstar Rating for stocks, which is based on the difference between the stock's current price and our fair value estimate".

That's good to know. After all, you wouldn't want to buy a stock just because Warren Buffett owned it without knowing also what meaningless mutual fund ratings firm Morningstar thought, right?

Here's the list, in order of largest to smallest holding, with those valuable Morningstar moat-and-star ratings:

1. Coca-Cola (KO): Wide Moat, 5 Stars
2. American Express (AXP): Wide Moat, 3 Stars
3. Wells Fargo (WFC): Wide Moat, 4 Stars
4. Procter & Gamble PG: Wide Moat, 3 Stars
5. Moody's (MCO): Wide Moat, 4 Stars
6. Wesco Financial (WSC): Narrow Moat, 4 Stars
7. Anheuser-Busch (BUD): Wide Moat, 5 Stars
8. Washington Post (WPO): Wide Moat, 5 Stars
9. ConocoPhillips (COP): Narrow Moat, 3 Stars
10. Ameriprise Financial (AMP): Not rated
11. Wal-Mart (WMT): Wide Moat, 5 Stars
12. M&T Bank (MTB): Narrow Moat, 3 Stars
13. USG Corporation (USG): Not rated
14. American Standard (ASD): Narrow Moat, 2 Stars
15. First Data (FDC): Wide Moat, 3 Stars
16. H&R Block (HRB): Wide Moat, 4 Stars
17. Comcast (CMCSA): Wide Moat, 3 Stars
18. Costco (COST): Narrow Moat, 3 Stars
19. General Electric (GE): Wide

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