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Warren Buffett tapped another relatively unknown investment manager to help shepherd Berkshire Hathaway ’s massive stock market holdings. Ted Weschler’s investment record is impressive – returning 1,236 per cent in 11 years. But it may have been his attitude toward personal wealth that gave him a spot in the relay race to replace Mr. Buffett.

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