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Warren Buffett Investments in 2017
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1,598,284%: That’s how much Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s (NYSE:BRK.B) portfolio returned from 1965 to 2015. And if you think this kind of return can only be achieved from trading high-momentum tech stocks, you’d be wrong. As you look into Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio, you won’t see hyped up Internet names; rather, his portfolio is filled with solid dividend payers.

Some of his dividend paying stocks are American Express company, Apple, Kraft Heinz Co.

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Part of Warren Buffet's secret is to buy value low beta stocks on interest-free margin using insurance company premiums that haven't been paid out yet in claims.

So despite his high cash position at times, he is, in fact, leveraged in his stock purchases.
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That is indeed a good strategy, however now a days his investments are big and more risky. He has invested in airline stocks and given up on his safe stocks like walmart and suncor.

His other investments are: 
General Electric Company
[b]Procter & Gamble Company
International Business Machines Corporation
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Source: Warren Buffett Dividend stocks
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