Created by: Stock Rover Team
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust Holdings. Note the portfolio share counts are divided by 1000 vs. the actual share counts to keep the sample portfolio in the millions rather than the billions.
Holdings of Bill Nygren of Oakmark Select. Quantities are divided by 1000. Oakmark Investment Philosophy: We are value investors, which means that we invest in companies that we believe trade at a substantial discount to what we consider to be their true business value. We are patient investors, not market timers. We believe that, over time, the price of a stock will rise to reflect the value of the underlying company. Every stock purchase is viewed as if we were buying a piece of a business, not just a stock certificate. We believe that this approach to investing allows for significant investment returns while reducing risk.
These are the stocks held by legendary investor Bruce Berkowitz. Actual quantities have been divided by 1000.
Carl Icahn holdings. This portfolio holds 17 stocks. Actual quantities are divided by 1000.
Reported Daniel Loeb Top 25 holdings. Please note that the portfolio share counts are divided by 1000 vs the actual share counts to keep the sample portfolio in millions rather than billions. Third Point LLC is an SEC-registered investment adviser based in New York City. The firm was founded in 1995 by Daniel S. Loeb, who serves as CEO and oversees all investment activity. Daniel Loeb has more than 27 years of experience in the financial markets, with particular emphasis on special situation equities, distressed debt and risk arbitrage. Third Point employs an event-driven, value-oriented investment style. The Firm seeks to identify situations where we anticipate a catalyst will unlock value. We focus on delivering exceptional risk adjusted returns with limited market exposure.
These are the top 25 stocks in David Einhorn’s portfolio. The share quantities have been divided by 1000 so the sample portfolio total value is in the millions and not the billions (as it actually is).
This portfolio holds 35 stocks. These are the top 25. Shares listed are actual quantities. Matrix employs Benjamin Grahams value investment precepts as the predominant guide in our investment process. Our primary objective is to identify a diversified group of financially strong companies, each of whose stock we feel is traded at a substantial discount to its intrinsic value; i.e., the price an astute entrepreneur would pay to acquire a business outright. We call ourselves Opportunistic Value Investors because we are willing to scan the entire economic spectrum for potential investment candidates. Unlike some of our peers, we believe that value can be found in all sectors and industries. We therefore do not a priori rule out any sector; conversely we do not feel the need to have a presence in any particular sector. The core effort in our research process is to determine a realistic intrinsic value for a companys stock and then, if fundamentally attractive, to purchase the stock at a substantial discount to this intrinsic value. Our focus is on large capitalization stocks, and our expectation is that we will typically hold them for one to three years.
David Rolfe holdings. This is the top 25.
David Tepper of Appaloosa Management holds over 50 Stocks, these are the top 25. The share quantities have been divided by 1000.
The portfolio of David Winters. Actual quantities shown below.
A portfolio using a dividend growth strategy. Goal is capital & income growth with better performance than the S&P 500 but with similar risk. Portfolio contains 25 large(ish) cap companies, across at least 5 sectors and 10 industries. No sector is more than 30% of the overall portfolio and no industry more than 20%. No individual position is less than 2% or more than 6 % of the overall portfolio. Managed by SR staff.
Reported Dodge & Cox holdings. Please note that the portfolio share counts are divided by 1000 vs the actual share counts to keep the sample portfolio in millions rather than billions. These are the top 25 stocks listed in the portfolio, the full portfolio holds 67 stocks. The Fund invests primarily in a broadly diversified portfolio of common stocks. In selecting investments, the Fund invests in companies that, in Dodge & Coxs opinion, appear to be temporarily undervalued by the stock market but have a favorable outlook for long-term growth. The Fund focuses on the underlying financial condition and prospects of individual companies, including future earnings, cash flow and dividends. Various other factors, including financial strength, economic condition, competitive advantage, quality of the business franchise and the reputation, experience and competence of a company’s management are weighed against valuation in selecting individual securities.
This portfolio gives you equal exposure to growth and value. It also gives equal exposure to small cap, mid cap and large cap companies via six low cost ETFs.
Created by: Howard Reisman
A portfolio of 10 diversified dividend focused ETFs that cover a range of approaches including dividend growth, consistency of payments, low volatility, international exposure, small and mid cap exposure and preferred dividend streams.
A low cost all cap ETF growth portfolio.
A diversified international ETF portfolio
This is the ETF Level 3 Portfolio designed by James Cloonan the founder of AAII. It looks to avoid the problem of mega-cap stocks dominating the weightings of index based returns by using equal cap weighing for index stocks.
The simplest ETF model portfolio to give broad exposure to the market with a stronger weighing towards S&P 500 stocks.
A low cost all cap ETF value portfolio.
Robert Goldfarb and David Poppe’s Sequoia Fund. The Fund has one of the best long-term track records on Wall Street. Investment Strategy The Fund’s investment objective is long-term growth of capital. In pursuing this objective, the fund focuses principally on common stocks that it believes are undervalued at the time of purchase and have potential for growth. A guiding principle is the consideration of common stocks as units of ownership of a business and the purchase of them when the price appears low in relation to the value of the total enterprise. No weight is given to technical stock market studies. The balance sheet and earnings history and prospects of each investment are extensively studied to appraise fundamental value.
This is a portfolio of dividend orientated mid and large cap stocks created on 6/12/19. The stocks are characterized by reasonable yield (not too big), good dividend growth, good earnings growth and low payout ratios. Within the qualifying stocks, the stocks with the largest margin of safety relative to fair value were included in the portfolio.
This is a portfolio of high growth mid and large cap stocks created on 6/12/19 based on sales, operating income and EPS growth over the last 5 years. Within the qualifying stocks, the stocks with the largest margin of safety relative to fair value were included in the portfolio.
This is a portfolio of Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) that generally pay very high distributions and exhibit distribution growth and good distribution coverage. The portfolio was created on 6/12/19.
This is a portfolio of value orientated mid and large cap stocks created on 6/12/19 based on P/E, P/B and P/S along with consideration for sales and EPS growth. Within the qualifying stocks, the stocks with the largest margin of safety relative to fair value were included in the portfolio.
An income and growth portfolio primarily of common stocks that are us based mid to large cap.
Created by: MJW Assoc
A portfolio using a capital appreciation strategy. Goal is growth with better performance than the S&P 500 but with similar risk. Portfolio contains 25 large cap companies, across at least 5 sectors and 10 industries. No sector is more than 30% of the overall portfolio and no industry more than 20%. No individual position is less than 2% or more than 6 % of the overall portfolio. Managed by SR staff.
Paul Merriman Best-In-Class ETF portfolio.
Phoenix Capital Partners Revised Portfolio
Created by: gjkight1
This portfolio carves out U.S. commercial real estate as a separate asset class. Commercial real estate makes up about 13 percent of the U.S. economy and yet represents only 3 percent of the stock market. This is because most commercial real estate is owned privately rather than securitized as a tradable investment. The Core 4 portfolio extends the three fund lazy portfolio into real estate by shifting 10 percent of the equity allocation to the Vanguard REIT ETF (Ticker: VNQ).
This portfolio divides the equity portion into a U.S. only fund and international only fund, while keeping the broadly-diversified U.S. investment-grade bond fund the same. This strategy allows an investor to control the amount held in U.S. stocks and foreign stocks. This in turn controls the amount of U.S. dollar investment held and non-US dollar investments. Many people prefer to hold mostly U.S. dollar-denominated investments because they have to pay bills in U.S. dollars. The two Vanguard equity ETFs are Total Stock Market ETF (Ticker: VTI) and the Total International Stock ETF (Ticker: VXUS).
The two fund portfolio includes a broadly-diversified U.S. investment-grade bond fund and a global stock market fund. Two Vanguard funds that fit these asset classes are the Total Bond Market ETF (Ticker: BND), which holds U.S. Treasury, agency bonds, home mortgage securities, high quality corporate bonds and a few foreign bond that trade in the U.S., and the Total World Stock ETF (Ticker: VT), which holds stocks from around the globe including U.S. and Canada, Europe and the UK, Asia and Australia and emerging markets. Both funds hold thousands of securities.
The FANG stocks – Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google
The top 25 holdings of Seth Klarman of the Baupost Group. Actual quantities are divided by 1000.
Reported Tweedy Browne holdings. Shares listed are actual quantities. These are the top 25 stocks listed in the portfolio, the full portfolio holds 41 stocks. The investment management principles practiced by Tweedy, Browne derive from the work of the late Benjamin Graham, professor of investments at Columbia Business School and author of Security Analysis and The Intelligent Investor. Tweedy, Brownes research seeks to appraise the worth of a company, what Graham called intrinsic value, by determining its acquisition value, or by estimating the collateral value of its assets and/or cash flow. The term intrinsic value may also be referred to as private market value, breakup value or liquidation value. The process is more closely related to credit analysis, for as we have said, we are as concerned with the return of our capital as we are with the return on our capital. Investments are made at a significant discount to intrinsic value, which Graham called an investors margin of safety. Investments are generally sold as the market price approaches intrinsic value, with the proceeds reinvested in other situations offering a greater discount to intrinsic value. Adhering to the principles of intrinsic value and margin of safety results in an investment policy that runs counter to the general market psychology, and seeks to reduce the decision to purchase or sell securities to a discipline rather than an art.
Warren Buffett’s portfolio holds over 50 stocks. The top 25 stocks represent over 95% of the value of the portfolio and are listed here. The share quantities have been divided by 1000 so the sample portfolio total value is in the millions and not the billions (as it actually is).
Holdings of legendary value investor Wallace Weitz. Quantities are divided by 1000. Weitz Investment Philosophy: We have one primary objective: To earn superior investment returns on our clients’, and our own, capital without taking unnecessary risks. Our strategy is to try to understand what a rational buyer would be willing to pay for 100% of a given company. Our valuation may focus on asset values, earning power, the intangible value of a company’s franchise in its market, or a combination of these variables. We then try to buy shares of the company’s stock at a significant discount to this private market value. It is this discount that provides the margin of safety that minimizes the risk of permanent loss of capital.
There are 19 stocks in legendary investor Donald Yacktman’s portfolio. Actual quantities have been divided by 1,000. The firm seeks to be objective, patient, and diligent in its investment approach. Yacktman Asset Management selects individual securities, analyzing investments from the bottom-up.