Ted Weschler wife, Networth, Investments, Children

Ted Weschler (born May 16, 1962) is a former hedge fund manager and currently works at Berkshire Hathaway as an investment manager.

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He is regularly mentioned as a prospective future Chief Investment Officer of Berkshire Hathaway, alongside Todd Combs.

Who is Ted Weschler?

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Ted Weschler was born in Buffalo, New York, and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, for the majority of his boyhood. Due to his father’s employment as an A&P executive, the family relocated frequently, primarily to locations in the Rust Belt.

He went to Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie for high school. He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics with an emphasis in finance and accounting from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business in 1983.

Ted Weschler Wife: is Ted Weschler Married?

Ted Weschler is married to Sheila Weschler

Weschler and his wife, Sheila, live in Charlottesville, Virginia with their two daughters, though he sometimes commutes to Omaha, Nebraska for his work at Berkshire Hathaway.

Ted Weschler Children

According to Wikipedia, Ted Weschler have two daughters, unfortunately, we don not have enough information to share about his daughters.

Ted Weschler Net Worth

Ted Weschler is one of the wealthiest Teds and one of the most well-known Teds.

Ted Weschler’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.

His Net worth is estimated to be at least $2.2B, Owns at least 35,708,669 units of Liberty Media Corp stock

What did Ted Weschler invest in?

Ted Weschler, portfolio manager for Berkshire Hathaway.

Weschler had held 1.08 million shares of the department-store chain, a 5.9% stake. That interest was held personally, and not by Berkshire Hathaway (tickers: BRK. A and BRK. B).
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Where does Ted Weschler work?

Weschler, who operates out of a two-person shop located above a bookstore, has been one of Warren Buffett’s deputies at Berkshire Hathaway since 2012, where he manages billions of Berkshire bucks.