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These are the top 10 holdings of Bill Gates’ $42 billion stock portfolio

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Bill Gates at the World Economic Forum in Davos.Fabrice Coffrini/Getty Images

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust has $42 billion in assets under management.

The portfolio is unique in that it owns concentrated positions in less heard of companies.

These are the top 10 stocks held by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust as of December 31.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has a $42 billion stock portfolio in what is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust.

The trust’s most recent 13F filing made with the SEC revealed its top investments, which are somewhat unique in that they’re not your typical mega-cap tech companies.

Instead, the trust owns concentrated stock positions in less heard of companies, like Coca-Cola FEMSA, which is a Mexican bottler of popular soft drinks.

There is also an environmental theme that can be found within the portfolio, with top holdings including Ecolab, Waste Management, and John Deere.

These are the top 10 stocks held at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation at the end of the fourth quarter.

10. FedEx

The FedEx flight used by Teri Eidson and Nicole McCallister on their record breaking journey.FedEx

Ticker: FDXMarket Value: $388.1 millionChange in Shares: No change

9. Walmart

A customer in the parking lot of a Walmart storeAP Photo/Julio Cortez

Ticker: WMTMarket Value: $477.7  millionChange in Shares: No change

8. Coca-Cola FEMSA

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Ticker: FMXMarket Value: $588.2 millionChange in Shares: No change

7. Ecolab

EcoLab

Ticker: UNHMarket Value: $1.03 billionChange in Shares: No change

6. Deere

John Deere tractors for sale at a dealer in Longmont, ColoradoRick Wilking/Reuters

Ticker: DEMarket Value: $1.42 billion Change in Shares: -360,315 (-9%)

5. Caterpillar

CaterpillarSeth Perlman/ AP Photo

Ticker: CATMarket Value: $2.17 billionChange in Shares: No change

4. Waste Management

Apprentice garbage man Corey Lever collects trash outside a school in Oakland, Calif.AP/Eric Risberg

Ticker: WMMarket Value: $6.31 billionChange in Shares: No change

3. Canadian National Railway

A Canadian National Railway train travels eastward on a track in MontrealThomson Reuters

Ticker: CNIMarket Value: $6.89 billionChange in Shares: No change

2. Berkshire Hathaway

Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Ticker: BRK-BMarket Value: $7.10 billionChange in Shares: -2,613,252 (-12%)

1. Microsoft

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft.

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft.Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Ticker: MSFTMarket Value: $14.37 billionChange in Shares: -1,075,301 (-3%)

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