13-F filings. Usually, they’re like watching grass grow — unless someone from Berkshire Hathaway is involved. Tuesday was a little different.
In short, 13-Fs are the form institutional investors have to send the SEC when moving $100 million or more. This 13-F, dear reader, is one everyone should see:
These investments weren’t all made in the fourth quarter of 2009. And they total less than $10 billion. But still… the biggest holder of the US national debt is slowly purchasing a very diverse set of US enterprises.