Berkshire Hathaway has over $100 billion in common stock investments. Much of that capital is tied up in Berkshire's top 4 holdings, but the company owns over 40 individual stocks, as of its last official filing.
The stocks Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway are often looked at by countless investors hungry to ride the same ship as the Oracle of Omaha. In the following video, Motley Fool analysts David Hanson and Tyler Riggs breakdown two Berkshire-held stocks they believe are attractively priced today and poised to reward investors. Tyler details why he likes the business model at Verisk Analytics and why he is encouraged by the Verisk's organic growth, as well as its growth via acquisitions. Meanwhile, David pitches a much larger and well-known company in General Electric. Despite trailing the market over the past decade, David believes General Electric is making all the right moves by reducing its exposure to the financial industry and focusing on its manufacturing strengthens.
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