Buffett has for years maintained a strict no-dividends policy at Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) (BRK.B). The conglomerate has paid only one dividend during his tenure, in 1967, and he has joked that he "must have been in the bathroom" when the decision was made.
"The question is about evaluating Berkshire when it doesn't pay any dividends," the billionaire said in a 1998 lecture at the University of Florida Business School. "And it won't pay dividends, either. That's a promise I can keep. All you get with Berkshire stock is that you can stick it in your safe deposit box, and every year you take it out and fondle it."
While Buffett won't distribute dividends to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, he has no qualms about collecting them from others. Most of the companies in his investment portfolio make regular dividend payments.
Attached you will find a list of Warren Buffett's latest stock holding buys and sells. Airlines are a major buy on Warren Buffett's shopping list.
For sure, financials, energy and media stocks are also long investment for the investment guru Warren Buffett.
Take a look at Warren Buffett's latest investment buys and sells.
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