Four managers have 'beaten Buffett' over the past two decades

160 UK funds generate higher returns

James Baxter-Derrington
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Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett
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Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett

Over the past two decades, four UK management teams have beaten Warren Buffet on a 20-year total return basis, according to new analysis from AJ Bell.

James Anderson, Alexander Darwall, Max Ward and Nick Train and Michael Lindsell, if counted as a management duo, have all posted higher returns over the past 20 years than the Oracle of Omaha, while investing in comparable markets and remaining at the helm of their respective offerings for the entire period. Scottish Mortgage's James Anderson, who announced his retirement earlier this year, has topped the table, returning 1,928.1% over 20 years, while Lindsell Train is the only other directly comparable fund and management team by AJ Bell's metrics to have returned over 1,000% across the...

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