Warren Buffett acquired 8.3 Million Visa shares worth $2.12 Billion. That's 0.62% of their equity portfolio (15th largest holding). The first Visa trade was made in Q3 2011. Since then Warren Buffett bought shares eight more times and sold shares on five occasions. The stake costed the investor $431 Million, netting the investor a gain of 392% so far.
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