4 most-owned stocks by super investors
- Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Visa, are one of the most-owned stocks by super investors
- Amazon has delivered 32.1% CAGR since its IPO
- Microsoft's stock price has risen by +812.42% in the last ten years
Long-term (and successful) investors are often named super investors. Some are the best investors in the world, such as Warren Buffett, the legendary “Oracle from Omaha.”
What are the companies these investors own? Here are the four most-owned stocks: Alphabet, Microsoft, Visa, and Amazon.
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Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) is Google’s parent company. In the last five years, Alphabet’s stock price gained +87.06% and the company operates with a profit margin of 29.5%.
Since its IPO, Alphabet has delivered a CAGR (Compounded Annual Growth Rate) of 22.7%, and the expected yearly EPS growth for the next three years is 12.4%.
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is one of the largest IT companies in the world. It employs over 200,000 people and was founded in 1975.
The stock price has risen by +812.42% in the last ten years. Besides the capital gain, shareholders benefited from a hefty dividend too. Microsoft pays a quarterly dividend and has increased it for 18 consecutive years.
Visa (NYSE:V) needs no introduction as it is one of the largest payments technology companies in the world. Its stock price has risen by +465.41% in the last ten years, and the company operates with a profit margin of 51%.
Since its IPO, Visa’s stock has delivered a CAGR of 22.8% as electronic payments are in a strong secular trend.
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) is one of the best-known companies in the world. Its brand has reached global recognition, and the stock price has rewarded investors by rising +641.47% in the last decade.
Sure enough, Amazon’s stock price dropped -45.09% YTD, as the tech sector suffered a drawdown. But it may be an opportunity for 2023, given the long-term performance and trends in the industry.
Amazon is the global market leader in e-commerce, and since its IPO, it has delivered a CAGR of 32.1%.