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Prince Al-Waleed, a member of the Saudi royal family, is a noted multibillion-dollar investor, in the same league as
The prince got his investing start in the early 1990s with a large position in Citicorp, now
. He's among the richest people in the world, and his investment vehicle,
, is the largest foreign investor in the U.S.
One of the stocks that the prince owns is
, which two weeks ago reported quarterly earnings. Revenue increased by 1% year over year, digital businesses grew by 10%, and the company reported a narrower first-quarter loss. The stock has a price-to-earnings ratio of 7, a P/E-to-growth (PEG) ratio of 5 and a yield of 2.9%.
Kodak stock is also owned by Bruce Sherman's
, a portfolio management company founded in 1986. Sherman also owns shares of
, the information technology management software company, which has a PEG of 1.57, and casino operator
, which has a PEG of 1.5.
Another stock that the prince owns is
. The company just announced an expanded line of tools for its Motodev Studio development platform. Motorola also recently declared a dividend of 5 cents per share, giving it a yield of 2%. The stock has a P/E of 23 and a PEG of 22.92.
Motorola is also favored by
, the noted corporate raider who made his billions partially with the help of financier Michael Milken's junk bonds. Icahn also owns shares of
, which has a PEG of 1.9, and
, with a PEG of 1.79.
, the entertainment conglomerate, is another stock in which the prince has taken a significant position. The company just reported that paid subscriptions to the print version of
The Wall Street Journal
increased by 1.6% during the six-month period ended March 31. The stock has a P/E of 18, a PEG of 1.06 and a yield of 0.6%.
News Corp. is in the portfolio of
, which has a Morningstar rating of four stars and is managed by Harry Hagey. Dodge & Cox also owns shares of
, which has a PEG ratio of 1.8, and
, with a 1.4 PEG ratio.
All of the Prince's stocks can be found in the
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