As part of the weekly research here at The Acquirer’s Multiple we’re always interested in investing gurus who hold the same stocks that appear in our Acquirer’s Multiple Stock Screeners, based on their latest 13F’s. Investors such as Warren Buffett, Joel Greenblatt, Carl Icahn, Jim Simons, Prem Watsa, Jeremy Grantham, Seth Klarman, Ray Dalio, and Howard Marks.
While doing this research we’ve also uncovered a number of common stocks that investing gurus have recently bought, or continuing to hold in their portfolios, according to their latest 13f’s. So we’re now providing a new weekly feature article called ‘One Stock Superinvestors Are Buying’. This week we’ll take a look at:
S&P Global Inc (SPGI)
S&P Global provides data and benchmarks to capital and commodity market participants. In 2021 and excluding IHS Markit, S&P Ratings was over 45% of the firm’s revenue and over 55% of the firm’s operating income. S&P Ratings is the largest credit rating agency in the world. The firm’s other segments include Market Intelligence, Indices, and Platts. Market Intelligence provides desktop tools and other data solutions to investment banks, corporations, and other entities. Indices provides benchmarks for financial markets and is monetized through subscriptions, asset-based fees, and transaction-based royalties. Platts provides benchmarks to commodity markets, principally petroleum.
A quick look at the price chart below for the company shows us that the stock is down 13.29% in the past twelve months.
Superinvestors who recently bought, or continue to hold the stock in their portfolios include:
Chris Hohn – 6,823,072
William Von Mueffling – 2,143,230
Dev Kantesaria – 1,189,361
Steve Cohen – 491,105
Ken Griffin – 482,076
Israel Englander – 400,440
Tom Gaynor – 149,790
Wally Weitz – 74,300
Mario Gabelli – 64,776
David Rolfe – 40,791
Rob Olstein – 6,000
Nick Train – 4,400
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