Mohnish Pabrai: The Ten Commandments Of Investment Management (2018)

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An interview and Q&A with value investor Mohnish Pabrai. In this interview, Mohnish discusses the commandments of investment management. Mohnish also talks about meeting Warren Buffett, the margin of safety and value investing.???? Books by Mohnish Pabrai and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description❗

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
2:28 Thou shall not skim off the top
5:34 Thou shall not have an investing team
8:05 Thou shall accept that thou shall be wrong at least ⅓ of the time
9:44 Thou shall look for hidden P/E of 1 stocks
14:15 Thou shall never use excel
15:33 Thou shall always have a rope to climb out of the deepest well
22:27 Thou shall be singularly focused like Arjuna
25:04 Thou shall never short
26:48 Thou shall not be leveraged
29:13 Thou shall be a shameless cloner
29:35 Start of Q&A
29:41 What was the key investment insight you got from Warren Buffett at the lunch?
33:59 Approach to sizing positions?
36:00 Applying value philosophy to Indian market?
38:45 Guidelines to the margin of safety
42:31 Low fees can lead to excessive risk taking?
44:20 How to have lunch with you?
46:03 Where do you see value today in the market?
47:53 Approach to cash?
48:55 Key influences on investment thinking?
51:49 Most important commandment?

Mohnish Pabrai Books ???????????? (affiliate link)
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Mohnish Pabrai’s Favourite Books????
Am I Being Too Subtle?:
The Beak of the Finch:
The Essays of Warren Buffett:
Poor Charlie’s Almanack:

Interview Date: 24th October, 2018
Event: Annual Morningstar Star Indian Conference
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