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Warren Buffett has largely remained out of the headlines during this financial downturn.
While other money managers like Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn continue to generate headlines, Buffett has largely remained quiet.
Prior to the market crash in March, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) had roughly $128 billion in cash.
That level of dry powder means that it could purchase nearly any U.S. company trading on the public markets.
Berkshire is likely to deploy some of its cash; however, it could choose to boost its existing stakes in its portfolio companies instead of buying a new company.
Here are three major holdings of Berkshire Hathaway that could be excellent "Warren Buffett stocks" to buy.