Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
received a new position from software manufacturer Red Hat Inc.
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and reduced its position at Apple Inc. at the end of December, as explained by 1
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bought 10.75 million shares and bought a stake in StoneCo Ltd., referred to by some as PayPal of Brazil, adding 14.16 million shares. Meanwhile, the influential investor has toppled 2.89 million shares of Apple
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which reduced its iPhone maker position by approximately 1%, according to the submission. The investment company holds approximately 249,589,329 shares of Apple worth approximately $ 39.4 billion. That's 21.5% of Berkshire shares, compared to 25.8%, according to WhaleWisdom. Meanwhile, Buffett's company has cut its stake in Phillips 66
reduced them by 22% or 3.5 million shares and reduced its stake in the parent company of United Airlines
15% or about 4 million shares. Berkshire also has its entire stake in Oracle Corp.
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just over 41 million shares, shows the 13F deposit. Large investors must disclose long positions held with the SEC after a quarter of a fortnight in a 13F deposit, which means that these deposits represent only a snapshot of investors' positions at a given time. Shares of Berkshire Class A and B shares have fallen by approximately 0.7% in 2019, compared to an annual gain of 9.1% for the Dow Jones Industrial Average
and an increase of 9.5% for the S & P 500 Index
so far 2018 according to FactSet. The technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index
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has grown 11.9% so far this year.
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