Mohnish Pabrai. · Rating details · 3, ratings · reviews. A comprehensive value investing framework for the individualinvestor In a straightforward and. In this episode we talk to Warren Buffett clone and renown investor, Mohnish Pabrai. Pabrai talks about his firsthand encounters with Buffett and. Mohnish Pabrai is a 50 something Indian-American entrepreneur and investor. Pabrai set up an investing partnership modeled after the.
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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. But I think I have read far too many books to understand the same concept. The bigger the discount to intrinsic value, the higher will be the return. Write a customer review. One of the rare persons to differentiate between these two concepts.
The Dhandho Investor: The Low-Risk Value Method to High Returns by Mohnish Pabrai
Written with the intelligent individual investor in mind, this comprehensive guide distills the Dhandho capital allocation framework of the business pabrsi Patels from India and presents how they can be applied successfully to the stock market. The Patels, a small ethnic group from India, first beganarriving in the United States in the s as refugees with littleeducation or capital.
I found the book an easy investot and enjoyable. Steel is anyway an industry whose ppabrai are considered unattractive. Investing Lessons from a Great Warrior. Coming to the core of the book, this is totally based on American capital markets. A must read for anyone interested in understanding the basics of investing. I wish it was written a decade ago or more and that I had found it.
Pabrai’s tales ofhigh finance and his clever examination of the core principles ofdeep value are packed with handy ideas you should use in your owninvesting. Description A comprehensive value investing framework for the individual investor In a straightforward and accessible manner, The Dhandho Investor lays out the powerful framework of value investing.
Recently I emailed him complimenting him on an article he had written and he had his adminstrative assistant say he appreciated the email. Just recently I came across a retail business that owned real estate worth times the value of its stock.
The Dhandho Investor: The Low-Risk Value Method to High Returns
Risks and uncertainty are different concepts. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Thank you Guy Spier for recommending this book. I have had the pleasure of spending time with Mohnish on two occasions, first in Omaha this year and the most recent being his annual shareholders meeting in Huntington Beach, CA.
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Get instant notifications from Economic Times Allow Not now You can switch off notifications anytime using browser settings. The answer lies in their low-risk, high-returnapproach to business: Heads you win, Tail you don’t loose ingestor.
Don’t confuse risk of permanent loss with uncertainty. Invest in Simple Businesses. Also almost a whole chapter is dedicated to financial websites for the American investor which can be useful titbit for investment tips.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. He favours running a concentrated portfolio of only invedtor whose businesses you understand well.
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Pabrai has written a great book for value investors. The critical question then is: There’s a better book out there by Kenneth J Marshall, Good Stocks Cheap if you want to learn a solid method investoe value investing.
Pabrai introduced me to the “Kelly Formula” which is a betting formula that gives you an idea of how big a bet you might want to make on a particular investment.
He buys mohinsh stock and holds it until the company, and its stock price, recover. According to Pabrai, human psychology affects the buying and selling of stocks much more than the buying and selling of entire businesses. Review quote “How to invest the way an Indian migrant with little money would do — by looking for companies with little downside!
It is true in entrepreunership I first heard about Monish Pabrai in Guy Spier’s book the education of a value investor. Added to Your Shopping Cart.