The Dhandho Investor: The Low-Risk Value Method to High Returns

Mohnish Pabrai (Author)
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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. Written with the intelligent individual investor in mind, this comprehensive guide distills the Dhandho capital allocation framework of the business savvy Patels from India and presents how they can be applied successfully to the stock market. The Dhandho method expands on the groundbreaking principles of value investing expounded by Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, and Charlie Munger. Readers will be introduced to important value investing concepts such as "Heads, I win! Tails, I don't lose that much!," "Few Bets, Big Bets, Infrequent Bets," Abhimanyu's dilemma, and a detailed treatise on using the Kelly Formula to invest in undervalued stocks. Using a light, entertaining style, Pabrai lays out the Dhandho framework in an easy-to-use format. Any investor who adopts the framework is bound to improve on results and soundly beat the markets and most professionals.

Product Details

Price
$34.95  $32.15
Publisher
Wiley
Publish Date
April 06, 2007
Pages
196
Dimensions
6.4 X 0.84 X 9.06 inches | 0.82 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780470043899

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About the Author

Mohnish Pabrai is the Managing Partner of Pabrai Investment Funds, an investment group modeled after the original 1950s Buffett Partnerships. Since its inception in 1999, Pabrai Funds have delivered annualized returns of over 28% (net to investors). He has been favorably profiled by Forbes and Barron's and has made guest appearances on CNBC and Bloomberg TV and Radio.

Reviews

"Today's greatest rising investor"--Motley Fool

"How to invest the way an Indian migrant with little money would do - by looking for companies with little downside..." (Financial Times, Tues 26th February)