Berkshire Hathaway F13 Report
Berkshire Hathaway reported their awaited F13 for the quarter. F13 is a U.S. form that discloses the equity holdings of institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in assets under management. Warren Buffet being a world-famous investor, has investors waiting for this form to get published in order to know what the oracle of Omaha is doing with his portfolio and to deduce how he perceives the (current) market. Two things can be deduced from the recent F13. For starters, Warren Buffet is optimistic about the market since he was a net-buyer (+$4.8 Billion) of stocks in the quarter. This means that he bought more stocks than he sold in the quarter. Buffet was a net-seller (-$13 Billion) back in Q2. Secondly, Buffet is rotating sectors by slashing stakes in Banks and increasing stakes in Big Pharma. For a detailed report on Berkshire Hathaway please click here.