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George Soros Quantum Fund Investment Portfolio as of Q3/2012
Warren Buffett - Berkshire Hathaway Q3/2012 Fund Investing Strategies By Dividend Yield – Stock Capital, Investment. Buy big dividend stocks is one of my favorite claims. A great investor who followed this approach successfully is Warren Buffett. I made a list of his best yielding stocks from his latest reported billionaire’s fund - Berkshire Hathaway. From his 38 stocks pay 28 dividends. The highest yielding stock is GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), a British drug company. Its dividend yield is 5.32 percent. The top stocks are a mix of drugs, oil & gas and newspaper businesses.
Here come the retailers. After a string of positive consumer data showing confidence at a five-year high and decent same-store sales in October, many of our nation's top retail chains are set to report third-quarter earnings results this week. Forecasts from retailers like Wal-Mart and Target are arguably the best gauges of consumer strength now and the jam packed earnings lineup is sure to bring more clarity moving forward.
100 Attractive Stocks, Bought By Famous Investment Gurus Between May - October 2012
Stocks With Recent Engagements By Investment Professionals Researched By Dividend Yield – Stock, Capital, Investment. Investment gurus are asset or fund managers with big amounts of cash under management. They became popular by big returns and spectacular investment strategies. I talk about investors like George Soros and Warren Buffett. They all have one thing in common: The average return beats the market and if they invest, the market follows.
I made a screen of the biggest stock buys from 49 super investors over the recent six month and ranked them in my 100 best guru buy list. They all bought 502 stocks within the past half year.
The top stocks are Oracle (ORCL) and Google (GOOG). Google was bought by fourteen investment professionals and Oracle by eleven. ORCL stocks are one of the hot plays for investors because they are in average long in the stock with 0.52 percent of their full portfolio.