Apple to Chevron: these are Warren Buffett’s biggest holdings

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Warren Buffett is regarded by many as the greatest investor of the modern era. His mantra can be simplified to the following: buy value, and hold on tight. His investment performance speaks for itself; the Oracle of Omaha has collected a fortune worth over $100 billion through his Nebraska-based holding company Berkshire Hathaway. His unique investment approach, and predilection for fast food and cherry soda, has garnered a loyal following. Ahead of Berkshire Hathaway's Annual Shareholder Meeting on Saturday, Yahoo Finance takes a closer look at the stocks behind Berkshire and Buffett's wild success.

Apple (AAPL) is Berkshire's largest holding, with Buffett citing the tech giant's dominance in the market. Bank of America (BAC) is its second largest; you may recall his $5 billion investment at the height of the debt-ceiling impasse back in 2011.

Also bullish on the energy space, Buffett recently added Chevron (CVX) into the mix, taking up 10% of Berkshire's portfolio. Coca-cola (KO) also holds a prominent position, as Buffett has been a long-time fan of the global beverage industry leader. Yahoo Finance’s Josh Schafer breaks it all down. Key video moments 00:00:37: Apple 00:00:51: Bank of America 00:01:05: Chevron 00:01:23: Coca-cola