Warren Buffet Investment Portfolio By Industry

Warren Buffet is well known investors. He is the most successful investor in the world. He has a net worth of USD70.5 billion as of April 2020. He is chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.

For Malaysian, to ride on directly Warren success by buying his company shares or his invested companies, it is not straight forward as we need to open up a brokerage account that have access to US market and need bigger fund vs invest in Bursa Malaysia.

If you are smaller investor like me and still prefer investing in Malaysia, maybe the companies industry he invests in can be our guidelines which industry we should focus on.

List of Industries That Warren Buffet Invested In

Banks or Financial Institution

  • Bank of America
  • Wells Fargo
  • American Express
  • US Bank Corp
  • Visa
  • Mastercard

Consumer Goods

  • Coca Cola
  • Kraft Heinz
  • Mondelez
  • Procter & Gamble


  • Globe Life
  • The Travelers Companies


  • Cotsco
  • The Kroger
  • Amazon

Drug Manufacturers

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Biogen
  • Teva Pharmaceutical


  • Liberty Global
  • Sirius

Oil & Gas

  • Phillips 66
  • Suncor

Quotes from Warren Regarding Companies That He Invests in

Startups are not our game. (Many of Berkshire Hathaway’s largest holdings are well over a century old; American Express, Wells Fargo, Procter & Gamble, and Coca-Cola were started in 1850, 1852, 1837, and 1886, respectively



How To Pay Outstanding Purchases At Maybank Stocks Online Trading Platform

Recently, I bought shares using Maybank Stocks Online Trading Platform. After purchasing the shares, I didn’t know how to pay for my purchases.

When I googled, I coudn’t find any useful help or information on how to make payment of my outstanding purchases. At the end, I had to make a call to Maybank call centre and get help.

According to Maybank, I must contact my stocks dealer to settle the payment via Maybank2u and my stock dealer informed me step by step on how to do it.

Before follow my steps, better call your dealer first. If you don’t know or remember your dealer phone number, you can contact Maybank help line (03 2297 8888) and they will provide you the dealer name and contact.

Steps to make payment on Outstanding Purchases

  1. Login to Maybank2u
  2. Select Pay & Transfer
  3. Select New Payment
  4. Select Maybank Investment Bank Berhad
  5. Enter your trading account number in “Trading Acct. No.”
  6. Enter your “Bill Reference No.”. Fill in:-
    • TRUST  – you will be transferring your money in Maybank Investment Bank account. (your trust account will be tagged with your trading account)
maybank2u payment to maybank investment bank
maybank2u payment to maybank investment bank
  1. Inform your dealer and share the receipt.

Remember to check that your Outstanding Purchase is cleared after the payment.


Dividend Yields Comparison Between Malaysian Banks

BanksDividend Yield (%)PEROE (%)
Affin Bank3.236.315.23
Hong Leong Bank3.7610.849.64
Public Bank4.7710.7812.64
RHB Bank9.638.383.95


  1. CIMB has the highest dividend yield but low ROE and whether the dividend yield is sustainable in the long run.
  2. Maybank has 7.23% dividend yield which is commendable with ROE of 10% but with higher than average PE.
  3. Ambank has 6.33% dividend yield with PE of 6.13 which is below average which is good and above average ROE.
  4. Public Bank has highest ROE of 12.64 means it is very efficiency in using its capital vs other banks but it has very low dividend yield.


Based on the numbers, without evaluating its long term business, I would buy Ambank it has 6.33% dividend and take only 6 years to recover the capital.

However on safe side, it is better to buy Maybank shares as it is innovative in digital area for example first to introduce online banking and digital payment which I think is the new disruption in banking sector.


Total dividend amount declared for financial year ended 2018-12-31

  • Bank Islam
  • Affin Bank
  • CIMB
  • RHB Bank
  • Maybank

Total dividend amount declared for financial year ended 2019-03-31.

  • Ambank

Total dividend amount declared for financial year ended 2019-06-30.

  • Hong Leong Bank

source: MalaysiaStock.biz