(Bloomberg) -- Jeff Vinik's investing skills have faded from view since he unwound his hedge fund in 2013, but they are still getting lots of use.

The real estate developer and owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey team revealed billions of dollars of trading in the stock market — only now it's being done through a family philanthropy that is scoring the same kind of robust returns his hedge fund once did.

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