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NEW YORK (Stockpickr) -- At Stockpickr, we track the top 30 holdings of a variety of high-profile investors, such as George Soros and Carl Icahn. It should come as no surprise that the most popular of these portfolios is that of renowned investor Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) and one of the richest people in the world.

Today we're taking a closer look at Buffett's 10 highest-yielding stocks, based on Berkshire Hathaway's most recent quarterly 13F filing with the SEC, which reflects holdings as of March 31, 2011.

10. Coca-Cola


Coca-Cola (KO) yields 2.8%, with a quarterly dividend payout rate of 47 cents a share and a payout ratio of 34%. Coke is on the dividend aristocrats list of stocks with 25 or more yearly increases.

Coca-Cola remains Buffett's top holding, at 24.8% of the total portfolio. The 200 million-share position was unchanged from the previous quarter.

Coca-Cola is popular among Stockpickr's professional portfolios. For example, Steve Mandel's Lone Pine Capital initiated a new 2.6 million-share position in the stock in the most recently reported quarter, and David Winters' Wintergreen Advisors maintained a 359,812-share position.

Stock Overview: Coca-Cola is a manufacturer, distributor and marketer of nonalcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups in the world. It has a market cap of $153.7 billion and a 1.7 short interest ratio, and it trades with a P/E of 12.9.

Analyst Ratings: Of 16 analysts covering the stock, 15 rate it a buy and one rates it a hold. TheStreet Ratings has an A buy rating on Coke, earning it a spot on the top-rated beverage stocks list.

More on Coca-Cola: Coke showed up on lists last month of Top Stocks to Buy and Hold Through 2011 and 5 Defensive Dow Stocks for QE2's End.

9. UPS


UPS (UPS) pays a quarterly dividend of 52 cents a share, for a current yield of 2.9% and a payout ratio of 50%.

Berkshire Hathaway's 1.4 million-share stake in UPS comprises 0.2% of its total portfolio. The position was unchanged from the previous quarter.

UPS shows up in several other Stockpickr professional portfolios, including those of The Children's Investment Fund, with a 1.3 million-share stake comprising 4% of the total portfolio, and
Arnold Van Den Berg at Century Management, comprising 1.4% of the total.

Stock overview: United Parcel Service offers an array of services in the package and freight delivery industry. It operates through three segments: U.S. domestic package, international package, and supply chain and freight. It has a market cap of $53.4 billion, a short ratio of 1.9, and a P/E of 18.9.

Analyst Ratings: Of 25 analysts covering the stock, 19 rate it a buy, and six rate it a hold. TheStreet Ratings has a B buy rating on UPS, earning it a spot on the top-rated freight services and logistics stocks list.

8. General Electric


General Electric (GE), which pays a quarterly dividend of 15 cents, yields 3.3%. GE has increased its dividend in three of the past four quarters and has a payout ratio of 41%. GE is one of the top-yielding industrial conglomerate stocks.

GE comprises 0.3% of Buffett's total portfolio. The 7.8 million-share position was unchanged from the previous quarter.

GE has its fair share of professional fans, according to Stockpickr's professional portfolio database. Other major holders include Bill Miller's Legg Mason Capital Management, which cut its position in the stock by 8.9% in the most recently reported period to 12.9 million shares, and Dodge & Cox, which reduced its position by 3.5% to 129.9 million shares.

Stock Overview: General Electric provides services ranging from aircraft engines, power generation, water processing and household appliances to medical imaging, business and consumer financing, media content and industrial products. It has a market of $194 billion and a 1.4 short interest ratio, and it trades at a P/E of 14.9.

Analyst Ratings: Of 13 analysts covering the stock, nine rate it a buy, and four rate it a hold. TheStreet Ratings has a B- buy rating on the stock, earning it a spot on the top-rated industrial conglomerate stocks list.

7. M&T Bank


M&T Bank (MTB) pays a quarterly dividend of 70 cents a share, for a current yield of 3.3%.

Buffett maintained his 5.4 million-share position in M&T during the last quarter, at 0.9% of the total portfolio.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust owns about half a million shares of M&T Bank, for 0.3% of the total portfolio. The positions was also unchanged from the previous quarter.

Stock Overview: M&T Bank is a bank holding company, which through its subsidiaries, provides commercial and retail banking services, including loans and deposits, trust, mortgage banking, asset management, insurance and other financial services. It has a market cap of $10.2 billion, a short ratio of 3.7 and a P/E of 13.9.

Analyst Ratings: Out of 21 analysts covering the stock, seven rate it a buy, and 14 rate it a hold. TheStreet Ratings rates M&T an A- buy.

More on M&T Bank: M&T Shows up on a recent list of 10 Banks Offering Earnings Hope.

6. Kraft


Kraft (KFT) pays a quarterly dividend of 29 cents a share, for a current yield of 3.3% and a payout ratio of 68%. Kraft is one of the 20 top-yielding food and beverage stocks.

The stock is one of Buffett's top holdings, comprising 6.2% of the total portfolio. The 105.2 million-share position was unchanged from the previous period.

Another Kraft holder, Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management, increased its position in Kraft by 14.2% in the most recently report quarter to 22.2 million shares.

Stock Overview: Kraft, through its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets packaged food products, including snacks, beverages, cheese, convenient meals and various packaged grocery products. It has a market cap of about $61.8 billion, a 2.6 short ratio and a P/E of 20.6.

Analyst Ratings: Of 23 analysts covering the stock, 15 rate stock a buy, and eight rate it a hold. TheStreet Ratings has a B+ buy rating on Kraft.

More on Kraft: Kraft shows up on a recent list of 7 Buy-Rated Dividend Stocks to Buy Today, and according to Robert Holmes, it's one of 5 Dow Stocks Likely to Rise After Earnings.

5. Procter & Gamble


Procter & Gamble (PG) pays a quarterly dividend of 52.5 cents, for a yield of 3.3%. The stock is one of the dividend aristocrat, having raised its dividend for 25 or more consecutive years, and it's one of the highest-yielding consumer non-durables stocks.

Berkshire Hathaway owns 76.8 million shares of Procter & Gamble as of the most-recent period. The position, which was unchanged from the previous period, comprises 8.8% of the total portfolio.

P&G also shows up in the portfolio of Diamond Hill Capital Management at 3.2 million shares, or 2.5% of the total. The position was increased by 4.1% in the most-recent period.

Stock Overview: Procter & Gamble is focused on providing branded consumer packaged goods. It markets its products in more than 180 countries. It sports a market cap of $180.2 billion, a 2.3 short interest ratio and a P/E of 16.9.

Analyst Ratings: Of 25 analysts covering the stock, 18 rate it a buy, six rate it a hold, and one rates it a sell. TheStreet Ratings has an B buy rating on Procter, earning it a spot on the
top-rated household products stocks list.

More on Procter & Gamble: P&G shows up on a recent list of 8 Attractive Dividend-Yield Stocks.

4. Sanofi


Sanofi (SNY), which yields 3.4%, pays an annual dividend of $1.32 a share and has a payout ratio of 66%. It's one of the highest-yielding drug stocks.

Buffett's 4.1 million-share position in Sanofi was unchanged from the previous quarter and comprises about 0.3% of the total Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.

Ken Fisher's Fisher Asset Management also holds Sanofi, after initiating a new 13.3 million-share position in the most recently reported quarter.

Stock Overview: Sanofi-Aventis is a global pharmaceutical company that is engaged in the research, development, manufacture and marketing of health care products. It has a market cap of $100.1 billion, a short interest ratio of 1.9 and a P/E of 22.9.

Analyst Ratings: Of eight analysts covering the stock, five rate it a buy and three a hold. TheStreet Ratings has a B buy rating on Sanofi.

3. Johnson & Johnson


Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) pays a 57-cent quarterly dividend, for a current yield of 3.4%. Johnson & Johnson is one of the highest-yielding drug stocks, and one of the 2011 Dividend Aristocrats, a group of stocks that have increased their dividends for 25 years or more.

Buffett maintained his 42.6 million-share stake in J&J in the most-recent quarter. The stock comprises 4.7% of the total Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.

J&J shows up in various Stockpickr professional portfolios, including that of Tweedy Browne, which boosted its position in the stock by 8.1% in the most recently reported quarter to 2.9 million shares, comprising 5.7% of the total portfolio. J&J is the top holding in Renaissance Technologies' portfolio, with a 6.7 million-share stake.

Stock Overview: Johnson & Johnson is a holding company engaged in the research and development, manufacture and sale of a range of products in the health care field. It has a market cap of $183.9 billion, a 3.2 short interest ratio and a P/E of 15.2.

Analyst Ratings: Of 22 analysts covering J&J, 12 rate it a buy, and 10 rate it a hold. TheStreet Ratings has a A- buy rating on the stock.

More on Johnson & Johnson: J&J showed up on recent lists of 10 Value Stocks to Make Money in 2011 and 10 Funds' Best Stocks to Beat Market Slump.

2.ConocoPhillips


ConocoPhillips (COP) pays a quarterly dividend of 66 cents a share, for a current yield of 3.5%. In June, it was one of Jim Cramer's Dividend Winners.

Buffett owns 29.1 million shares of Conoco, an unchanged position from the previous quarter. The stock comprises 4.3% of the total Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.

ConocoPhillips is also one of the top holdings of Jean-Marie Eveillard's Eagle Investment Management, at 2.6% of the total portfolio. The 6.5 million-share position represents a 4.1% increase from the previous quarter.

Stock Overview: ConocoPhillips is an international integrated energy company organized into six operating segments: exploration and production, midstream, refining and marketing, LUKOIL investment, chemicals and emerging businesses. It has a market cap of $106.6 billion, a 1.7 short interest ratio and a P/E of 9.1.

Analyst Ratings: Of 20 analysts covering the stock, nine rate it a buy, eight rate it a hold, and three rate it a sell. TheStreet Ratings has a B buy rating on Conoco.

In June, Conoco showed up on a list of 11 Energy Stocks Hedge Funds Love.

1. GlaxoSmithKline


GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) remains Buffett's highest-yielder. The stock currently yields 4.9%. Its' one of the 20 highest-yielding drug stocks.

Buffett maintained a 1.5 million-share position in GlaxoSmithKline in the most-recent quarter, comprising 0.1% of the total portfolio.

Bruce Berkowitz's Fairholme Capital Management initiated a new 190,000-share position in GSK in the most recently reported quarter.

Stock Overview: GlaxoSmithKline is the global health care group engaged in the creation and discovery, development, manufacture and marketing of pharmaceutical products including vaccines, over-the-counter medicines and health-related consumer products. It has a market cap of $110.1 billion, a 1.8 short ratio and a P/E of 37.8.

Analyst Ratings: Of 11 analysts covering the stock, four rate it a buy, and seven rate it a hold. TheStreet Ratings rates the stock a B- buy.

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