Jim Cramer’s charitable trust has more than 30 stocks in it. These are the stocks Jim Cramer likes the most. He recommends dozens of stocks on his his “Mad Money” every month, but he only buys a few of these for his charitable trust’s portfolio. Throughout his show he mentions some of these stocks occasionally. Here is our latest article about Jim Cramer’s stock picks for his charitable trust:
Apple is the best performing stock among Jim Cramer’s top picks. AAPL gained 16.2% since the end of June, vs. SPY’s 8% loss. Apple was also the most popular stock among hedge funds at the end of second quarter (see the 10 most popular stocks among hedge funds). There were 103 hedge funds with bullish Apple bets among the 300+ funds we are tracking.
Cramer’s biggest bet, American Express, also managed to beat the market since June. There were 40 hedge funds with AXP bets at the end of June. Billionaire Warren Buffett’s Berkshire (BRK.B) has the largest position in AXP among the funds we are tracking. Buffett has nearly $8 billion in American Express (check out Buffett’s top stock picks). Value investor Bill Miller is also among AXP investor with a $165 million position in June. He trimmed his bet by 41% during the second quarter though.
Click here to see the rest of the 12 stocks Jim Cramer’s Charitable Trust picked.