25% of Warren Buffett's Portfolio Is Invested in These 10 Boring Stocks
Warren Buffett likes playing bridge -- and the ukelele. His favorite drink? Cherry Coke. Some might argue that the famous investor isn't the most exciting guy around.
The ho-hum drum could be beaten even louder when it comes to many of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B) holdings. Twenty-five percent of Buffett's portfolio is invested in just 10 boring stocks.
The boring 10
Here are the 10 stocks that I think many investors would view as at least somewhat boring:
Data source: Berkshire Hathaway 13F.
Granted, "boring" is a relative term. There are some stocks that make all 10 on the above list seem downright exciting. Let's face it, though: Few investors are going to exhibit as much enthusiasm about these stocks as they would for a hot stock that has doubled or tripled this year.
American Express and Moody's don't capture the attention that up-and-coming fintech stocks do. Coca-Cola, Kraft Heinz, and Kroger all belong to the consumer defensive sector, which isn't exactly the most electrifying part of the market.