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6 покупок Уоррена Баффета



Нет смысла, наверное говорить о том кто такой Уоррен Баффет. В данном материале — шесть недавних покупок Баффета. В том числе два технолога, к которым раньше инвестор относился достаточно прохладно.

International Business Machine Corporation (IBM)

6 покупок Уоррена Баффета

IBM has a market cap of $214.07 billion with a price to earnings ratio of 14.31. The stock has traded in a 52 week range between $141.28 and $190.53. The stock is currently trading around $182. The company reported third quarter revenues of $26.1 billion compared to revenues of $24.2 billion in the third quarter of 2010. Third quarter net income was $3.9 billion compared to net income of $3.6 billion in the third quarter of 2010.

One of IBM’s competitors is the Hewlett Packard Company (HPQ). HPQ is currently trading around $28 with a market cap of $53.37 billion and a price to earnings ratio of 1.7%. HPQ pays a dividend which yields 1.7% versus IBM whose dividend yields 1.6%.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns 57, 348,984 shares of IBM. Berkshire Hathaway purchased 32,494,240 shares of IBM in the third quarter of 2011. IBM is one of the largest Internet technology companies in the world. The company does a good job of increasing earnings and has increased its net income in each of the last five years. The company’s year-over-year third quarter revenues increased by 7.8% while its net income increased by 8.6%. Investors like IBM’s consistent earnings growth and overall safety. The stock price is up by 27.4% over the last 52 weeks. The company got a vote of confidence from Mr. Buffett who said that “I felt that IBM had a very good business.» IBM has a diversified business which should help it to continue growing its earnings. I agree with Mr. Buffett.

Wells Fargo & Company (WFC)

6 покупок Уоррена Баффета

Wells Fargo has a market cap of $127.67 billion with a price to earnings ratio of 8.95. The stock has traded in a 52 week range between $22.58 and $34.25. The stock is currently trading around $24. The company reported third quarter revenues of $21.2 billion compared to revenues of $22.9 billion in the third quarter of 2010. Third quarter net income was $4 billion compared to net income of $3.3 billion in the third quarter of 2010.

One of WFC’s competitors is Bank of America (BAC). BAC is currently trading around $5.50 with a market cap of $55.65 billion and a negative price to earnings ratio. BAC pays a dividend which yields 0.7% versus WFC whose dividend yields 1.9%.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns 176,618,608 shares of WFC. Berkshire Hathaway purchased 9,042,200 of WFC in the third quarter of 2011. WFC is a bank that was not adversely affected by the sub-prime mortgage disaster. The company has made a profit in every year for the last decade and has increased its net income in each of the last six quarters. Despite the company’s stellar earnings, the stock price is down by 9.78% over the last 52 weeks. I think that the stock of WFC has been dragged down, because of the markets negative sentiment towards banking stocks. I believe that with time, fundamentals will win out, and that the stock price of WFC will move up.

Intel Corporation (INTC)

6 покупок Уоррена Баффета

Intel has a market cap of $120.02 billion with a price to earnings ratio of 10.21. The stock has traded in a 52 week range between $19.16 and $25.50. The stock is currently trading around $24. The company reported third quarter revenues of $14.2 billion compared to revenues of $11.1 billion in the third quarter of 2010. Third quarter net income was $3.4 billion compared to net income of $2.9 billion in the third quarter of 2010.

One of INTC’s competitors is Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD). AMD is currently trading around $5 with a market cap of $3.78 billion and a price to earnings ratio of 3.85. AMD does not pay a dividend versus INTC whose dividend yields 3.5%.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns 9,333,000 shares of INTC. Berkshire Hathaway purchased all 9,333,000 of those shares in the third quarter of 2011. INTC has done an excellent job of increasing earnings. In 2010, the company increased its net income by 165%. The company increased its third quarter year-over-year revenues by 28% and its net income by 17%. Investor’s have noticed the company’s strong earnings, and have bid the stock up by 11.7% over the last 52 weeks and 98.4% over the last three years. The stock (price to earnings ratio 10.21/price to book ratio 2.62) is still relative cheap for a fast growing tech company. INTC is only the second tech company that Warren Buffett has invested in, and I think he made a smart decision.



Visa Inc. (V)

6 покупок Уоррена Баффета

Visa has a market cap of $62.62 billion with a price to earnings ratio of 17.16. The stock has traded in a 52 week range between $66.50 and $95.87. The stock is currently trading around $91. The company reported fourth quarter revenues for the period ending on September 30th, in the amount of $2.38 billion compare to revenues of $2.1 billion in the fourth quarter of 2010. Fourth quarter net income was $880 million compared to net income of $774 million in the fourth quarter of 2010.

One of V’s competitors is the American Express Company (AXP). AXP is currently trading around $91 with a market cap of $53.5 billion and a price to earnings ratio of 11.54. AXP pays a dividend of 1.5% versus V whose dividend yields 1%.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns 2,291,708 shares of V. Berkshire Hathaway purchased all 2,291,708 of those shares in the third quarter of 2011. The company increased its net income by 268% from $804 million in 2009 to 2.96 billion in 2010. Year-over-year fourth quarter revenues increased by 13% while net income increased by 14%. The company’s management projects that earnings will grow in the mid to high teens in 2012. The stock price has also performed well and is up by 22.2% over the last 52 weeks and 100% over the last three years. V has paid a quarterly dividend since 2008 and has increased the dividend two times by 42.8% since 2008. V offers investors fast growing earnings along with a growing dividend and the potential for capital appreciation.

Caremark Corporation (CVS)

6 покупок Уоррена Баффета

Caremark has a market cap of $49.1 billion with a price to earnings ratio of 15.05. The stock has traded in a 52 week range between $30.49 and $39.50. The stock is currently trading around $38. The company reported third quarter revenues of $26.2 billion compared to revenues of $23.7 billion in the third quarter of 2010. Third quarter net income was $868 million compared to net income of $809 million in the third quarter of 2010.

One of CVS’s competitors is the Walgreens Company (WAG). WAG is currently trading around $28 with a market cap of 27.83 billion and a price to earnings ratio of 10.64. WAG pays a dividend which yields 2.8% versus CVS whose dividend yields 1.3%.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns 5,661,000 shares of CVS. Berkshire Hathaway purchased all 5,661,000 shares in the third quarter of 2011. CVS’s year-over-year third quarter revenues increased by 10% while its net income increased by 7.2%. CVS is in a position to realize many bigger earnings increases, if its main competitor Walgreens is unable to come to an agreement with Express Scripts (ESRX) by the end of the year. If Walgreens is unable to renew its contract with Express Scripts it will lose 90 million prescriptions, and much of that business could be picked up by CVS. Investors like CVS’s future prospects, and have bid the stock price up by 21.7% over the last 52 weeks and 48% over the last three years. On November 21st, CNBC stock analyst Jim Cramer gave CVS his endorsement.

DIRECTV (DTV)

6 покупок Уоррена Баффета

DirecTV has a market cap of $32.71 billion with a price to earnings ratio of 14.43. The stock has traded in a 52 week range between $39.12 and $53.40. The stock is currently trading around $46. The company reported third quarter revenues of $6.8 billion compared to revenues of $6 billion in the third quarter of 2010. Third quarter net income was $516 million compared to net income of $479 million in the third quarter of 2010.

One of DTV’s competitors is the Comcast Corporation (CMCSA). CMCSA is currently trading around $21 with a market cap of $58.48 billion and a price to earnings ratio of 15.43. CMCSA pays a dividend which yields 2.1% versus DTV which does not pay a dividend.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns 4,249,400 shares of DTV. Berkshire Hathaway purchased all 4,249,400 shares in the third quarter of 2011. DTV has been profitable in each of the last six years. The company increased net income in 2010 by 132% to $2.19 billion from $942 million in 2009. DTV’s year-over-year third quarter revenues increased by 14% while its net income increased by 7.7%. Over the last three years, the company’s earnings per share have grown by an average of 44%. The stock has performed fairly well and is up by 12.35% over the last 52 weeks. Despite the company’s rapid growth, the stock is relatively cheap with a price to earnings ratio of 14.43.

Использована информация: Seekingalpha.com и Finviz.com



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