Archive - June 18, 2008

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Buffett’s Bet

Buffett’s Bet

Buffett's BetLegendary investor Warren Buffett has made an interesting wager with the management of a New York hedge fund. Buffett is betting that over the course of ten years, the hedge fund won’t be able to outperform a passive S&P 500 index fund after fees are considered.

The bet – each side is putting up $320,000, to be held by a third party and invested in a zero-coupon Treasury bond for ten years – is Buffett’s way of ridiculing the high fees charged by hedge funds.  Protégé Partners, the other party in the wager, runs a fund of hedge funds.  …

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