Warren Buffett's stock portfolio at Berkshire Hathaway, as of SEC filings in February 2015, includes shares of American Express, Chicago Bridge & Iron, DaVita Healthcare, USG Corporation and Wells Fargo, according to CNBC. Buffett owns prominent shares in other stocks such as IBM, Moody's, Coca Cola, DirecTV and Charter Communications.
Wells Fargo represents the largest stock value Buffett has for one company, notes CNBC. Berkshire Hathaway owns more than 463 million shares of this stock at a total value of more than $25.4 billion. Buffett's company owns a 9 percent stake in American Express. Coca Cola, at 400 million shares and more than $16 billion, is Berkshire Hathaway's second-most valuable stock holding. IBM is the third-most valuable holding with nearly 77 million shares and more than $12.6 billion in value.
As of Dec. 31, 2014, Berkshire Hathaway had investments in 30 companies totaling $109.4 billion, says Stockpickr. Wells Fargo makes up 23.2 percent of Buffett's portfolio, while Coca Cola comprises 15.4 percent, American Express represents 12.9 percent of Berkshire Hathaway's holdings, and IBM has 11.3 percent. These four companies make up 62.8 percent, or nearly two-thirds, of Buffett's current wealth.
Both CNBC and Stockpickr allow users to sort lists of Buffett's holdings, as of April 2015. Individuals click on column headings to view stocks alphabetically, by current value per share, number of holdings and cumulative value.