Terry Smith Portfolio

Fundsmith LLP Holdings

Terence Smith, the founder, and CEO of Fundsmith has been called "the English Warren Buffett" for his style in growth investing which involves buying shares from established companies. He is an author and he wrote the book „Investing for Growth: How to make money by only buying the best companies in the world – An anthology of investment writing“. He also wrote some columns for the Financial Times.

$23.2 Billion Total portoflio value
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Terry Smith grew up in East London and attended Stratford Grammar School. He later attended University College Cardiff.

After working for Barclays Bank from 1973 to 1984, Smith obtained an MBA from Henley Management College in 1979. He later worked as a research analyst at W Greenwell & Co, before joining Barclays de Zoete Wedd. In 1990, he was appointed Head of UK Company Research at UBS Phillips & Drew, a position he held until 1992.

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Terry Smith is a well-known investor and fund manager, known for his successful track record in the financial industry. Some key metrics about his portfolio include:The stocks with the highest dividend yields are 3M Co. with a current yield of 6.15%, Philip Morris International Inc with 5.34%, and J.M. Smucker Co. with 3.63%. The largest company by market capitalization in this portfolio is Apple Inc while the smallest is Dunkin Brands Group Inc. The average dividend yield for all companies in this portfolio is 1.22%. 99.63% of the companies in this portfolio are profitable. The company with the highest profit margin is Philip Morris International Inc, with a margin of 93.47%. Other high-margin companies in the portfolio include Visa Inc and Verisign Inc., with margins of 52.9% and 49.42% respectively.