In such volatile and uncertain times, investors more than ever are relying on expert advice and examples to make their own investment decisions. Piggybacking top investors even has a fan in Jim Cramer, who last year said: "If you want to piggyback off a winner, Carlos Slim Helu is your guy."
Carlos Slim Helu has been considered the second-richest man in the world, after Warren Buffett and ahead of Bill Gates. And now that Buffett's
has had a significant drop in price, Slim could bump up to be the richest.
Slim is known for taking major positions in publicly traded companies. For example, he recently
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of 9.1 million Class A shares.
Stockpickr has reviewed the shareholdings of this billionaire and compiled a list of the
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