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November 15, 2012 at 14:00 PM EST
Berkshire Dumps Most of J&J and GE Stakes; Adds Deere & Co.
Warren Buffett and his investment lieutenants Todd Combs and Ted Weschler were busy buying and selling stocks in the third quarter. Berkshire-Hathaway's most recent 13-F filing which provides an overview of the firm's long equity portfolio as of September 30 shows a number of significant changes. Berkshire sold most of its position in both Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) and GE (NYSE:GE). According to the filing Warren Buffett's holding company cut its stake in pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson by 95% and its GE position was slashed by 88%. As of the filing period Berkshire held just $34 million worth ...
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