Warren Buffett breaks down the most important lessons he learned from his $1 million bet against hedge funds (BRKA)

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett visits the BNSF booth before the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S. May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Rick WilkingThomson Reuters

  • Warren Buffett in 2007 entered a decade-long bet with Protégé Partners that the S&P 500 would outperform a selection of hedge funds over the following decade. 
  • He won the bet late last year. 
  • In his annual letter to shareholders, Buffett laid out the biggest lessons he learned from the exercise, including a better way to think about portfolio risk.

At the end of 2017, Warren Buffett won a million-dollar bet he made against the hedge fund industry.

The Berkshire Hathaway CEO had bet with Protégé Partners in 2007 that the S&P 500 would outperform a selection of hedge funds over the following decade. 

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Manhattan transfers: New York’s boroughs by ferry

Downtown New York has sights galore but the city’s expanded ferry service offers a more relaxed way to see its less famous neighbourhoods – and fabulous views back to Manhattan

There are a lot of sights to tick off on a visit to New York City. Lots of tall buildings, lots of parks … and lots of people at all of them. But if you have seen the well-trodden attractions, it can be fun to find a more authentic side to the city. And this has become easier since the city expanded its ferry service.

Two new routes, linking neighbourhoods such as Astoria in Queens and Red Hook in Brooklyn, were added in 2017, and two more will be added in 2018 (see map of ferry network here). For just $2.75, the ferry is a far more picturesque and less claustrophobic way to travel than the subway, and goes to places that otherwise might be overlooked.

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Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue, the gold-winning figure skaters from Canada, are the Ross and Rachel of this year’s Winter Olympics. 

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This is how Scott Moir helps Tessa Virtue off the podium. What a prince#VirtueMoir #XX

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Pai introduced a repeal to the net neutrality regulations brought in during the Obama administration. The FCC voted 3-2 to repeal the rules last year and on April 23 it will be officially dead, barring any successful legal challenges.

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