Following along with Warren Buffett and what his team at Berkshire Hathaway trade in has been a fairly strong investment strategy, as the holding company's track record speaks for itself. Given the holiday shopping season now well underway, the answer should be pretty clear: credit card companies. In Berkshire's portfolio, the company owns three of the four major U.S. credit card companies: American Express (NYSE: AXP), Visa (NYSE: V), and Mastercard (NYSE: MA).
The Oracle of Omaha has put more than $286 billion of his company's invested assets to work in a half-dozen brand-name businesses.
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