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Vinik earned enormous fees. He purchased the ultimate big boy toy, a professional hockey team, the Tampa Bay Lightning. He also is a minority investor in the Boston Red Sox. Clearly, Vinik was back on his game. Or was he?
How is an investor supposed to pick the winners from the losers, when the vast majority of actively managed funds (over 95%) will under perform their benchmark over a ten year period?