So there are a couple ways of doing what Buffett does.
1. You can buy Berkshire stock, if you want to pay $193,600 per share.
2. You can buy the B Shares of Berkshire (BRK-B) which are trading around $129 per share.
3. You can look at Buffett's holdings and pick and choose what you think are his best holdings.
4. Or last but not least, and the easiest way, instead of second guessing Warren, is to just invest in his five largest holdings.
So what are the 'big five'?
Wells Fargo (WFC)
Berkshire owns $23 billion of this stock
Coca Cola (KO)
$15.4 billion ownership or 14.6% of the company's outstanding shares
American Express (AXP)
$13.6 billion ownership or 12.9%
$13 billion ownership or 12.1%
$4.4 billion ownership or 4.2%
Now you know how to invest like a billionaire.
To see more of Warren Buffett's stockholdings, go to WallStreetNewsNetwork.com.
Disclosure: Author owns KO.