Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Buffett, Rogers and Soros portfolios.

Recently Warren Buffett has been interviewed by CNBC where he provided his prediction for economy and stock markets. He can see stabilizing economy but not significant signs of economic recovery. As he mentioned financial crisis is over. He still believes in attractive valuation at the stock markets. In his opinion stocks are definitely better for next 10 years than government bonds. Among the industries he prefers Consumer goods and Financials. His portfolio holdings are Coca Cola (KO), Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNI) and Wells Fargo (WFC)

Jim Rogers is neutral right now. No short, no long positions. He considers Canadian dollar as currency with good future against British Pound or US dollar due to increasing level of government debt in US and Great Britain. His outlook is positive with soft commodities.

George Soros is bearish with US dollar as well as Jim Rogers. He is exposed mainly at Oil & Gas and Utilities industries. His current portfolio includes companies like Energy Corp (ETR), Plains Exploration & Production Company (PXP) and Walgreen Company (WAL).

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Gold Forecasting said... July 2, 2009 at 9:36 AM

Great blog post, Thank you for such nice interview information, and really CNBC's interviews are much tough....