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Berkshire Hathaway Holdings 2013 Edition

From the annual report this is the list:

Majority of them have the common theme of doing well in an inflationary environment.

Else they have a good economic moat like American Express, Coke, IBM.

Some interesting stocks out of the list is Tesco, a world wide supermarket chain, not doing so well but Ken Tan from KTWealth says it’s a problem.

I wonder what is the deal with DIRECTV and POSCO. Could POSCO be owned because they are the lowest cost producer?

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Ed

Thursday 7th of March 2013

Hi Drizzt, do you have a USD style type of investing like what you are currently doing locally? What would be a few good names to own for passive income for the overseas market?

Kyith

Thursday 7th of March 2013

It is difficult. remember that there are different levels of withholding tax rates, and US have 30% dividend withholding tax so it makes investing for dividends difficult.

Jeremy

Wednesday 6th of March 2013

wow.....buffet is awesome....is there how long he held the stocks for in the report?

Kyith

Thursday 7th of March 2013

Well you have to read that to find out. some are really new holdings like Tesco and DIRECTV

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