Donald Yacktman's Top Five Holdings

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The Texas guru, Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio), just released his second quarter portfolio. The fund is run by the legendary fund manager Don Yacktman along with additional insight coming from his son Steve. Over the duration of the second quarter the guru purchased one new stock, holding on to a total of 47. This portfolio was valued at $24.593 billion as of the close of the second quarter. The following five stocks represent the Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio)'s top five portfolio holdings.


PepsiCo (PEP)

Donald Yacktman's largest holding is in PepsiCo where he holds on to 31,517,996 shares of the company's stock. The fund position represents 11.4% of his total portfolio and 2.08% of the company's shares outstanding.

Over the duration of the second quarter Yacktman cut -4.55% of their holdings in the company. They sold a total of 1,501,684 shares in the second quarter price range of $82.59 to $90.10 per share, with an estimated average quarterly price of $86.31. Since their buys the price has increased approximately 3.2%.

Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio)'s historical holding history:



PepsiCo is an American multinational food and beverage corporation with interests in the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of grain-based snack foods, beverages and other products.

PepsiCo's historical revenue and net income:



The analysis on Pepsi reports that the company's revenue has slowed over the past year, the dividend yield is nearing a five-year low, its P/E ratio is at a one-year low and the company has issued $5.2 billion of debt over the past three years.

The Peter Lynch Chart suggests that the company is currently overvalued:



PepsiCo has a market cap of $134.41 billion. Its shares are currently trading at around $89.20 with a P/E ratio of 20.00, a P/S ratio of 2.10 and a P/B ratio of 4.70. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 7.80% over the past 10 years.

GuruFocus rated PepsiCo the business predictability rank of 5-star.

Procter & Gamble (PG)

Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio)'s second largest position is in Procter & Gamble where he holds on to 28,191,905 shares of the company's stock. This position makes up for 9% of the fund's total portfolio as well as for 1.04% of the company's shares outstanding.

During the second quarter Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio) upped his stake a 6.33% by purchasing a total of 1,677,220 shares of the company's stock. He purchased these near the average quarterly price of $80.67 per share, and since then the price per share is down approximately -1.6%.

Donald Yacktman's holding history as of the second quarter:



Procter & Gamble provides branded consumer packaged goods. The company's business units are aggregated into five reportable segments: Beauty, Grooming, Health Care, Fabric and Home Care and Baby Care and Family Care.

Procter & Gamble's historical revenue and net income:



The analysis on Procter & Gamble reports that the company's revenue has slowed over the past year, its price is close to a 10-year high and they have issued $1.5 billion of debt over the past three years.

The Peter Lynch Chart suggests that the company is currently overvalued:



Procter & Gamble has a market cap of $214.88 billion. Its shares are currently trading at around $79.41 with a P/E ratio of 21.10, a P/S ratio of 2.70 and a P/B ratio of 3.10. The dividend yield of Procter & Gamble stocks is currently at 3.10%. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 4.30% over the past ten years.

Coca-Cola (KO)

Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio)'s third largest holding goes to Coca-Cola where he holds on to 44,378,906 shares of the company's stock. This position makes up for 7.6% of the fund's total portfolio as well as 1.01% of the company's shares outstanding.

Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio) made a slight decrease in his holdings over the past quarter. The guru cut his holdings -0.17% by selling 74,565 shares of the company's stock. He sold these shares near the estimated average quarterly price of $40.55 per share. Since then the price per share has declined approximately -3.4%.

Historical holding history of Coca-Cola:



Coca-Cola is a beverage company. It owns or license and market more than 500 nonalcoholic beverage brands, mainly sparkling beverages but also a variety of still beverages such as waters, enhanced waters, juices and juice drinks, ready-to-drink teas and coffees, and energy and sports drinks.

Coca-Cola's historical revenue and net income:



The analysis on Coca-Cola reports that the revenue has slowed over the past year, they have issued $14.4 billion of debt over the past three years and its P/S, P/B and P/E ratios are all trading at historical lows.

The Peter Lynch Chart suggests that the company is currently overvalued:



Coca-Cola has a market cap of $171.84 billion. Its shares are currently trading at around $39.18 with a P/E ratio of 21.10, a P/S ratio of 3.80 and a P/B ratio of 5.10. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 10% over the past ten years.

GuruFocus rated Coca-Cola the business predictability rank of 5-star.

Cisco Systems (CSCO)

The fund's fourth largest holding is in Cisco where he holds on to 62,285,649 shares of the company's stock. This position makes up for 6.3% of his total holdings as well as 1.22% of the company's shares outstanding.

Over the past quarter Yacktman reduced his position a very minor -0.01% by selling 6,658 shares of the company's stock. The guru sold these near the estimated average quarterly price of $23.82 per share. Since then the price per share is up about 4.6%.

Donald Yacktman (Trades, Portfolio)'s historical holdings of Cisco:



Cisco Systems sells networking and communications products and provides related services. The company's two main products are switches and routers, but Cisco essentially touches everything in the networking industry, from security to storage to application switching.

Cisco's historical revenue and net income:



The analysis on Cisco reports that the company's revenue per share has slowed down over the past year, its price is near a 5-year high and over the past three years the company has issued $4.2 billion of debt.

The Peter Lynch Chart suggests that the company is currently overvalued:



Cisco Systems has a market cap of $127.89 billion. Its shares are currently trading at around $24.97 with a P/E ratio of 16.80, a P/S ratio of 2.80 and a P/B ratio of 2.30. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 9.30%.

GuruFocus rated Cisco the business predictability rank of 3.5-star.

Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA)

The fund's fifth largest holding goes to Twenty-First Century Fox where he holds on to 44,223,525 shares of the company's stock. His position in the company represents 6.3% of their total portfolio as well as 0.91% of the company's shares outstanding.

Over the course of the second quarter the fund decreased their position -24.57% by selling a total of 14,405,573 shares. The portfolio managers sold these shares in the second quarter price range of $31.65 to $36.21, with an estimated average quarterly price of $33.99. Since then the price per share has decreased approximately -7.7%.

The fund's historical holding history as of the second quarter:



Twenty- First Century Fox is a diversified media and entertainment company. Its segments include Cable Network Programming, Television, Filmed Entertainment and Direct Broadcast Satellite Television.

Twenty-First Century's historical revenue and net income:



The analysis on Twenty-First Century Fox reports that the company's revenue has been in decline over the past five years, its dividend yield is near a 5-yearh low and its price is at a 10-year high.

The Peter Lynch Chart suggests that the company is currently overvalued:



Twenty-First Century Fox has a market cap of $69.69 billion. Its shares are currently trading at around $31.30 with a P/E ratio of 22.90, a P/S ratio of 2.40 and a P/B ratio of 4.30.

Check out the Donald Yacktman's complete second quarter holdings here.

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