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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a $233 billion gain from its top 15 stocks. Take a look at how its biggest holdings have performed.

Markets Insider Logo By tmohamed@businessinsider.com (Theron Mohamed) of Markets Insider | Slide 1 of 17:  Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway notched $233 billion in unrealized gains from its top 15 stocks. The company's $78 billion investment has quadrupled in value to $311 billion as of December 31. Berkshire's biggest gains included 3,800% on Moody's, 1,800% on Amex, and 1,700% on Coca-Cola. Warren Buffett likes to say his favorite holding period is forever. The famed investor's buy-and-hold philosophy has led to Berkshire Hathaway racking up $233 billion in unrealized gains from its 15 largest stock holdings as of December 31.Berkshire's annual report revealed its 15 biggest holdings were worth a combined $311 billion at the end of 2021 — quadruple their total cost base of $78 billion. The conglomerate's average gain on paper from those core positions was nearly 800% as of December 31, and it was in the green on all but one of them.Buffett's recent winners include Apple, Bank of America, and American Express. Berkshire racked up gains of $41 billion, $15 billion, and $6.5 billion from each of those stocks respectively in 2021.The centibillionaire's company has also notched some remarkable gains from its long-term bets, including 3,800% on Moody's, 1,800% on American Express, and 1,700% on Coca-Cola as of December 31.Here's a roundup of the top 15 stocks in Buffett's stock portfolio:Read more: What does Russia invading Ukraine mean for markets? 13 investing experts share their outlook on the Fed's likely response, short- and long-term trades, and whether bitcoin can ever become a 'safe-haven' assetRead the original article on Business Insider

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a $233 billion gain from its top 15 stocks. Take a look at how its biggest holdings have performed.

  • Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway notched $233 billion in unrealized gains from its top 15 stocks.
  • The company's $78 billion investment has quadrupled in value to $311 billion as of December 31.
  • Berkshire's biggest gains included 3,800% on Moody's, 1,800% on Amex, and 1,700% on Coca-Cola.

Warren Buffett likes to say his favorite holding period is forever. The famed investor's buy-and-hold philosophy has led to Berkshire Hathaway racking up $233 billion in unrealized gains from its 15 largest stock holdings as of December 31.

Berkshire's annual report revealed its 15 biggest holdings were worth a combined $311 billion at the end of 2021 — quadruple their total cost base of $78 billion. The conglomerate's average gain on paper from those core positions was nearly 800% as of December 31, and it was in the green on all but one of them.

Buffett's recent winners include Apple, Bank of America, and American Express. Berkshire racked up gains of $41 billion, $15 billion, and $6.5 billion from each of those stocks respectively in 2021.

The centibillionaire's company has also notched some remarkable gains from its long-term bets, including 3,800% on Moody's, 1,800% on American Express, and 1,700% on Coca-Cola as of December 31.

Here's a roundup of the top 15 stocks in Buffett's stock portfolio:

Read more: What does Russia invading Ukraine mean for markets? 13 investing experts share their outlook on the Fed's likely response, short- and long-term trades, and whether bitcoin can ever become a 'safe-haven' asset

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