BALTIMORE (Stockpickr) -- Prince Al-Waleed isn't your typical super investor. Born to the founding King of Saudi Arabia, Al-Waleed's financial security was far from predicated on the need for a job. But that hasn't stopped the royal from amassing an estimated $19.4 billion fortune through his investment company, Kingdom Holding, making him the 19th richest person in the world, according to Forbes.This week, we're taking a look at what the man dubbed the "Arabian Warren Buffett" owns right now. Here's a look at his portfolio. When it comes to stocks, the prince is known for buying large stakes in companies and holding them over the long term. That all started with the investment that made Al-Waleed a well-known figure on Wall Street -- his $550 million investment in Citigroup ( C - Get Report) in the 1990s. The Citi stake remains one of the prince's larger positions to this day, despite the string of bailouts and busts over the course of the last few years. Rough waters are hardly a new phenomenon for Citi. In fact, financial troubles were the reason for the prince's initial investment in the bank. But regardless of Citi's financial problems, the company has continually managed to stay afloat. And despite the shellacking shares have taken of late, they remain well above Prince Al-Waleed's cost basis.
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