Warren Buffet’s Apple stock portfolio continues to grow, rising to $ 90 billion.
The famous American investor Warren Buffet has always been considered the greatest value investor of all time and still increases his portfolio of shares related to Apple, which today would amount to as much as 90 billion dollars.
Nowadays we can say that Warren Buffet’s assets are made up of 43% of the capital of the shares of the US company Apple with Berkshire Hathaway which currently owns AAPL securities for a total value of 91.3 billion dollars. A considerable increase considering that in 2018 Apple stocks made up only a quarter of Berkshire Hathaway’s assets. This means that in the past two years Warren Buffet’s participation has definitely increased within Apple, and it is estimated that it has grown more during this period of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The confidence that the American entrepreneur has in the famous Apple is based on many different factors. As we know, Warren Buffet has always been a supporter of companies that offer sustainable competitive advantages and has demonstrated this in all these years of activity. It’s no coincidence that Apple controls most of the US market linked to smartphones, according to the latest data from the notorious GlobalStats, the company should hold a 58% market share.
Another particularly important and certainly well-known information is that Warren Buffet has always supported and supported the CEO Tim Cook who took over the leadership of the Apple company after the death of Steve Jobs in 2011. As we know since then, Apple’s shares have undergone an especially important growth equal to 688% of value. Over the years, Apple has also very often taken loans in low-interest bonds and then repurchased shares in a very particular tactic but that the famous investor has always appreciated. And so according to the investor’s current estimates and investments in Apple, they currently amount to over 90 billion dollars.
NASDAQ: AAPL CWEB Analysts view the stock as a long term growth and a great addition to your investment portfolio with an upward momentum of $900 by 2021