How do we invest like Warren Buffett?
So if you want to replicate Warren Buffet's portfolio, you can buy the shares in his fund's portfolio (details below), but you can also buy shares in his mutual fund directly:
These are the most important positions in Warren Buffett’s investment portfolio and the percentage they hold in his portfolio. The data is from the latest published “13 F Filings” document, so it may not be exactly the same as it is now.
If you want to invest like Warren Buffett, you can buy the same shares that he has in his portfolio, using the same percentage but with your available assets. But you can also choose the most important and most interesting ones and invest in them in the proportion you think is best.
How do we invest like Warren Buffett?
We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest like Warren Buffett:
Una acción representa una parte alícuota del capital social de una empresa. El comprador se convierte en socio de la empresa, en el porcentaje acorde al número de acciones compradas.
Los ETFs (Exchange Trade Funds) son un tipo de fondo de inversión, que cotiza diariamente en el mercado y que generalmente tratan de replicar un índice bursátil, por ejemplo de un país o de un sector.
Un fondo de inversión es un vehículo de inversión que aglutina las aportaciones de distintos inversores para invertirlos en una cesta de empresas u otros activos.
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