Dividends4Life: Warren Buffett Bought These 8 Dividend Stocks

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Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) is one of the most respected investors on the market today. He created a massive portfolio during his career, which is worth around $107 billion. Recently, Warren announced his latest stock buys and sells during the past quarter. His moves are watched closely because value and dividend growth investors try to catch a new idea from his thoughts and strategic buys and sells. During the past quarter, Warren bought eight stocks and reduced seven positions. He did not close a full position or initiate a new one.

The biggest acquisition by value was Wells Fargo (WFC), followed by Visa (V). Most of his stock increases had a P/E of less than 15 and pay a dividend. These are the latest dividend stock buys from Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) from Q1/2015: Intl. Business Machines -- Yield: 3.00%, Phillips 66 -- Yield: 2.75%, Deere -- Yield: 2.69%, Wells Fargo -- Yield: 2.69%, U.S. Bancorp -- Yield: 2.22%, Twenty-First Century Fox -- Yield: 0.89%, Visa -- Yield: 0.69% and Precision Castparts -- Yield: 0.05%.

Source: Long Term Investments

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